Soft pumpkin treats for the senior crowd.Pumpkin Puurfection One 15 oz. can mashed pure pumpkin (NOT the spiced pie filling) cup cream of wheat (or rice cereal if wheat-sensitive) cup dry powdered milk You can mix the cream of wheat dry;
Dog Food Recipes - Dog Food Homemade Homemade Dog Food for your budget and your dog's health "Bacon Leftover meats that have been unseasoned (I’ll purposely unseason or put off to the side -- You can get additional details at the image link.
Since these soft chew dog treats don’t require any jaw power to chomp through, they’re perfect for both baby and senior Fido … and every age in between! *** Continue to find more about pet dogs at the image link.
Making your own homemade dog treats doesn't take long, saves you money, and gives you peace of mind since you know what's in them (no recall worries)! Check out these 15 easy homemade dog treats you can make for your furry friend! by melinda