This face! This face gets me every single time. I just want to give her smooshy kisses. This face is Chloe’s classic look that gets her extra treats and hugs. Sometimes I just get on the floor with her and talk to her about the day.
Over the past few years, Chloe (like us) adjusted to a quieter house during the day as her best friend (our youngest) spent more time away from home as his social life took a bigger role in his high school years.
Hearing our youngest, Evan, greet Chloe when he walks thru the front door is the best part of her day and mine. So when the weekend rolls around I like to bake something just for Chloe. These homemade dog bones are a great treat. And, the best part is they take little time and have only four ingredients.
I shared a funny video on Instagram when I caught Chloe sneaking a few homemade dog bones when I was not looking. The video was a bit of a fail when I uploaded the wrong video. Here’s a photo of a 1/2 eaten dog bone.
I found this Rae Dun treat jar at Homegoods just for Chloe!
The best part of this dog bone recipe is it only has four ingredients. And, I can pronounce all of the ingredients. If you bake with whole wheat flour you likely have the 4 ingredients on hand. These homemade dog bones bake just like cookies.
I have this dog bone shaped cookie cutter, but I don’t think dogs will notice the shape.
I found this inexpensive dog shaped cookie cutters .
Michaels and Hobby Lobby also have dog related cookie cutters too.
Homemade Dog Bones Recipe
Homemade Puppy Chow Treats
- 2 CUPS WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR
- 1 CUP SKIM MILK
- 1/3 CUP PEANUT BUTTER
- 1 1/2 TEASPOONS BAKING POWDER
- PREHEAT OVEN TO 375
- MIX ALL INGREDIENTS.
- ROLL DOUGH ON FLOURED SURFACE AND USE A COOKIE CUTTER. OF CHOICE
- PLACE ON UNGREASED COOKIE SHEETS.
- BAKE APPROXIMATELY 20 MINUTES. STORE IN CONTAINER.
And, I made these bite-size puppy treats when we rescued our Berner puppy from outside Atalanta.