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I have two very food-driven dogs at my house. There is Baxter, a 92-pound coonhound/lab mix, and little Wendy who is a 9-pound Shoodle. if you don’t know what a shoodle is it is a poodle and Shi Tzu mix. These guys love their food. I am always scolding them from trying to dig stuff out of the garbage can. It’s insane! Mealtimes can be quite annoying at my house because the dogs will sit and watch you eating with drool dripping out of their mouths. it’s pretty gross. My guess is that my children feed them from under the table and that is why they keep coming back for more goods.
I am hosting a huge family holiday dinner at my house and I need a way to keep my dogs from bothering people while they eat. Since people will pretty much be grazing on appetizers and what not all day long I can’t kennel the pups because they’d be in lockup the entire time. That’s not very nice for the dogs. So, I decided to make them some wholesome, yummy Christmas treats. This recipe is super easy to follow and bakes up a batch of really cute dog biscuits. Enjoy!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Group Recipes.