Homemade treats for pups (and persons)

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Homemade treats for pups (and persons)

Over on our sister site Craftzine.com, Wendy Tremayne and Mikey Sklar of Holy Scrap Hot Springs show you how to make dog biscuits that are inexpensive, nutritious, enjoyable to your dog, edible for you (why not share?), can be cooked in a solar oven, and are quick and easy to make from natural, simple ingredients.


4 thoughts on “Homemade treats for pups (and persons)

  1. Another David says:

    you know what else works as a dog treat? EVERYTHING

  2. Heather says:

    What kind of dog is in the photo? He/she looks just like my dog!

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