Homemade Dog Treats, Dog Treat Recipes, Dog Quotes
Bake Football Theme Dog Treats and invite your dog and your friends' dogs to "watch" your favorite team play along with you! That way no one has to leave their dog home alone...
Have a Super Bowl party, celebrate a playoff game, invite friends and dogs over to watch a college game...or any game for that matter. You can even furnish special beer for dogs to enjoy with their treats (if you want to go over the top!) and other party items to turn it into an event that your everyone will talk or bark about.
Image of homemade football dog treats:
There are dog sized jerseys with the pro football team logos, football team logo dog collars, and college team logos.
Buy a set of football-themed cookie cutters and make this doggie treat. Then, use the same cookie cutters to make a batch of cookies for your human guests! (Dog cookies will be bland to humans, because sugar is not a necessary ingredient for dogs to enjoy the taste.)
What you need for this dog treat recipe:
Pre-heat over to 350 degrees. In mixing bowl, combine package doggie biscuit mix with water and oil. Mix well. The mix will be stiff and dry. If it happens to be too stiff, add in a small amount of water.
Roll out the dough and use football cookie cutters to cut desired shapes.
Place on pre-greased cookie sheet and bake for 18-22 minutes on middle rack.
Turn off oven heat and leave tray sitting in oven for 60 more minutes to dry out and harden the dog biscuits.
Mix the dog treat frosting for piping and pipe white lines to simulate football laces onto the dog cookie.
These Super Bowl dog treats were baked by the Treats By The Pawful dog bakery in Minooka, Illinois.
FDA approved, use in oven, microwave, freezer, dishwasher.