Today I’ll show you guys the recipe for Lottie’s favourite dog biscuits! You can see, she will do pretty much anything for them…

I had wanted to make her treats for a long time but she wasn’t very interested in a lot of the ingredients that most of the ones I found online had. I ended up making a hybrid and adding things she loves. Obviously if your dog has dietary concerns you should adjust as needed and please do check with your vet before giving your dog anything new.
You need:
  • Large can of tuna (around 180g)
  • Half a jar of peanut butter (around 80g)
  • 1 cup of oats
  • 1 cup of flour
  • A little water

In a mixing bowl add the oats…
The flour…
The tuna (including the juice)…
And the peanut butter.
Mix it together into a big ball.
It needs to be sticky enough to roll out and cut into cookies so if it’s too brittle to roll then add a little bit of water.
Knead into a big ball.
And then roll out to around 1cm thick.
Cut into appropriately dog-themed shapes.
And pop them in the oven at 150 for around 20 minutes or until they dry out and are hard to the touch.
While they are baking, you might have someone who would like to help clean up and lick the spoon.
They look pretty much the same when cooked.
Let them cool before giving to Lottie so she doesn’t burn her little tongue.
Now see how many tricks you can make her do in one go!
Hope you enjoyed this as much as Lottie did, let me know if you try it out for your dog!

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