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Home Made Dog Treats Recpies: Another Way to Bond with Pets

Don't want to keep spending that little extra for factory-made treats? That’s understandable, because times are rather hard these days and we all have to save - dog owners do, too -- especially if you have lots of puppies to train! Or maybe you're a concerned pet owner who wants to make sure your dog consumes treats that are made only from the best and purest ingredients? Worry not, because you can make your dog treats at home! Home made dog treats recpies can easily be found on the Internet.

Besides this, there are a number of ways to learn more about home made dog treats recpies aside from browsing through Web sites... asking the members and pet care professionals from your dog obedience group, for example. There are printed books on home made pet treats out in stores. Also, you could participate in online discussion communities about proper dog care. You'll be surprised how creative some people can get with their home cooking, and how freely they give information out to other pet and cuisine enthusiasts over the Net!

The food tips found on Web sites are already pretty extensive, however. There are gourmet treats, vegetarian treats, sweet treats, diet treats and of course recipes for your ever popular basic jerky. There's something for every type of dog and owner! In keeping with commercially available factory-made treats, a lot of the recipes out on cyberspace are for baked treats -- cookies and brownies, especially.

Sometimes, cooking enthusiasts themselves put up Web sites that would aid other dog owners in learning to cook for their pets. Among these is the one made by Karen Norteman, at http://home.gwi.net/~seadog/treats.html. It has contributions from other pet lovers, dog lovers, especially, and should be a great place to start. Bullwrinkle.com has a large menu to choose from, for beginner chefs to culinary masters in the art of making dog treats. For the sophisticated, discriminating dog, there's always the Web page on interesting and unconventional recipes offered by the Gourmet Sleuth site (http://www.gourmetsleuth.com/recipe_dogbiscuit.htm).

Home made dog treats recpies allow you to be more familiar with your pet's diet, even more than commercial recipes would. Best of all, it’s yet another way for pet and master to bond. It should be as much fun for you to make as it is for your dog to receive them! And when your treats are special, it just makes the reward incentive all the better, when you're training your puppies. They're sure to recognize your unique recipe and are bound to crave it. That's positive reinforcement taken to a higher level!


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