Sunday, January 14, 2007

Homemade Dog Treat Recipes Gives You Flexibility

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Using homemade dog treat recipes gives you unlimited flexibility in the quality and variety of dog treats that you provide to your dogs. Chicken, beef, lamb and rice are some of the more popular flavors of commercially prepared dog treats and foods but when you use your own homemade dog treat recipes your flavor combinations are limitless. You can use peanut butter and honey to create sweet treats that do not include meat or you can substitute any meat you choose into your homemade dog treat recipes.
Homemade Dog Treat Recipes

Many traditional homemade dog treat recipes included meats such as chicken, beef and lamb but when you create your own homemade dog treats you have the option of substituting other meats into the recipe as long as the meats are safe for your dog. Homemade dog treats are already usually more cost effective than commercially prepared dog treats but the flexibility of these recipes provides you with additional cost savings. You have the option of shopping for meats that are on sale or that have reduced prices when you are following a homemade dog treat recipe. You also have the option of reducing or increasing the meat content to suit your dog’s tastes and needs.

Another advantage of homemade dog treat recipes is that they can be tailored to suit your dog’s nutritional needs. Recipes that call for peanut butter can utilize reduced fat peanut butter if the treats are being prepared for an overweight dog. You can also eliminate any ingredients to which your dog has a known allergy. The flexibility available in homemade dog treat recipes makes it possible to create a treat that is right for every dogs.

Obinna Heche: Los Angeles- California

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