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Dog Treats Homemade...Mmmm!

Dog treats homemade....doesn't that conjure up thoughts of warm, tasty, aromatic biscuits baking in the oven, just like homemade chocolate chip cookies?

It is our experience that not too many people will turn down a homemade cookie. There's just something more tasty and more satisfying about one that came from someone's oven rather than mass-produced and sold in a big package.

Same goes for dog treats.

Make your own and watch your dog during the process. He can tell you are making something just for him. It just may be that the concurrent stimulation of his olfactory nerves are contributing to the anticipation.

Look around this website and you can find all kinds of ideas garnered around                  homemade dog treats.

Things you can do:

  • Make dog treat gift baskets
  • Advertise your dog treat business
  • Promote other dog businesses, such as a dog grooming business, a pet sitting business, or a dog training business for example
  • Offer your do it yourself expertise at fundraisers
  • Create a rainy day project as crafts easy for kids to make
  • Make diy dog cupcakes with this cake kit for dogs:
Make dog cupcakes

If you would really like to explore how to make dog treats and get some pointers from bakers who are in the business, consider joining the Facebook group Homemade Dog Treats. It is free, and the members regularly post their photos so you can get inspiration. They will be happy to discuss recipes and business practices as well.

For more inspiration, check out this Pinterest link.

Find a lot of photos of treats for dogs plus recipes here: Frosting Fran

If there is anything you would like to know more about, please feel free to ask us and we will track down the information for you. Chances are there is someone else out there who would like to know the same information.

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