Tip of the Ozarks Puppies

Tip of the Ozarks Puppies strive to provide families with healthy, happy puppies.

Recipes for Success

If you're an expert in the kitchen, why not try making some extra-special food treats for your puppy? Not only are these goodies easy to make, but you'll also know they're fresh and don't contain lots of colorings and other additives.

Healthy Flea Fighting dog biscuits

Ingredients:
2 cups whole-wheat flour
½ cup wheat germ
½ cup brewer’s yeast
1 teaspoon salt
2 cloves garlic, ground
3 tablespoons olive oil
1 can low sodium chicken stock

Makes about 18 biscuits.

Healthy Tips:
Did you know that not only are Brewer’s yeast and garlic great supplements, but they have both been proven in laboratory tests to keep fleas at bay. Make sure to give your dog time to get used to eating Brewer’s yeast and then you can begin putting it in all of his food, as it is completely beneficial has not side affects and will help to increase his resistance to the bloodsucking jumpers.

 

 

Directions:
Preheat oven to 200 C.
Grease 4 baking sheets.
Combine in a large mixing bowl the whole flour, wheat germ, brewer’s yeast and salt. Mix the oil and garlic together and then add in flour and stock until all of the ingredients are mixed.
The mixture should be sticky but not too wet. Make dough into a ball. Put mass onto a floured surface and roll out until the all the dough is about 1 ½ cm thick. Using a biscuit cutter, cut into uniform shapes. Carry some in your Emergency Survival Kit at all time.
Place the raw biscuits on the baking sheets and bake in the oven for approximately 20 to 25 minutes or until completely browned. After you turn off the oven leave biscuits in so that they harden completely.
Put into an airtight container and store in the fridge or freezer.

KENNEL KISS COOKIES

These healthy biscuits will help to keep your puppy's kisses sweet.

Makes 8-10 biscuits

Preparation Time 15 minutes

Cooking Time 40 minutes

4 oz. plain flour, plus extra for rolling

1 oz. cornmeal

2 tablespoons dried mint

3 tablespoons dried parsley

2 fl. oz. water

6 tablespoons vegetable oil sunflower seeds

  1. Preheat the oven to 350 F. Grease a baking tray or use a nonstick one. Put all the ingredients except the sunflower seeds in a large bowl and mix throughly.
  2. Roll out the dough to 1/4 inch thick on a floured surface, then cut into shapes with biscuit cutters.
  3. Decorate the shapes with sunflower seeds and place them on the baking tray. Bake until lightly browned.
  4. Allow the biscuits to dry out in a warm place for several hours. Store in an airtight container to keep them crisp.

Peanut Butter Treats- Healthy, Tasty Peanut Butter Biscuits

These are crunchy, healthy peanut butter dog biscuits that are sure to please even the most finicky of pooches.  And they’re an easy dog treat recipe, too!

Ingredients:

1 c. whole wheat flour

1 c. spelt flour (if you don’t have it, use wheat flour in its place)

1 c. quick-cooking rolled oats

2 TBSP flax seeds

1-1/4 c. warm water

1/4 c. natural peanut butter

Makes 24 dog biscuits

 

Directions:

First, you need to preheat your oven to 350 degrees.

Next, mix up the flour, oats and flax seeds in a large mixing bowl.

Add the peanut butter and stir in the water.

Knead the dough on a lightly floured surface.  You want to add in more flour, little by little, until the dough is no longer sticky.

Roll out the dough until it’s approximately 1/4″ thick.  Here’s where you get to use those hydrant and bone-shaped, small cookie cutters!  Or you can use your handy dandy pizza cutter to cut the dough into rectangles.

Bake for 20 minutes and then turn your oven off.  By allowing them to cool in the oven, you’ll get crunchy biscuits!

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