Homemade Dog Bones


Rose Mary Mogan Recipe

By Rose Mary Mogan cookinginillinois


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Serves:
Makes about 48 bones
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Cook Time:
Method:
Bake
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This recipe is for my friend Bobbi Auttonberry here at Just A Pinch, it is a recipe that she can make for her dog. Now that I have converted her husband to like Fried Cabbage Mama's Way, and Mama's Buttermilk Cornbread, the dog doesn't get left over corn bread any more. So here is a recipe just for the dogs. My dog loves them and I hope yours will too. This recipe makes a lot, so you may want to cut it in half the first time you make them, just to make sure. I do not use my dog bone cookie cutter anymore, I just roll them out by hand. When I have a few minutes to spare I like making these.

Ingredients

4 c
all purpose flour
3 c
oatmeal
2 Tbsp
brown sugar, firmly packed
1/2 c
vegetable oil
3 large
eggs, room temperature
1 c
water
2 pkg
beef gravy mix, or 1 beef bullion cube, crushed

Directions Step-By-Step

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PREHEAT OVEN TO 300 DEGREES F.
Mix all ingredients together & shape into dog bones, or any shape you like. Place on a lightly greased baking sheet & Bake At 300 degrees F. for one hour. Makes about 48 bones.
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This recipe is also in my cookbook, and I have made it quite a few times when ever I have the time.
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Please note: If you have a small dog and make the bones smaller, you may be able to get 48 pieces. But my dog is larger, so I made the bones accordingly, and I got 28 pieces, and she loves them.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: For Pets, Other Non-Edibles
Main Ingredient: Flour
Regional Style: American
Hashtags: #dogs, #treat, #crunchy


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26 Comments

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Rose Mary Mogan cookinginillinois
Jan 27, 2014
Hello Karen, so glad you remembered to keep me posted about making these. Thank you so much. What a nice comment to receive so early in the A M. Thank you very much.

I am happy to hear that your two dogs loved them also. It pleases me greatly to know that everyone is happy. Because there are no preservatives in them I do not know how long they will last, but mine batch never lasts long enough to find out. Thanks again for your comments Karen & for keeping me posted about your approval..
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Karen Baumgarten kjbummy
Jan 27, 2014
Hi Rose Mary,
The residents and I made your doggie treats. Such an easy recipe and the residents loved making the little "logs". Nothing like getting your fingers right into the mix :) I would post a pic, but because of Resident Rights I can't. Just know that we will definitely be making these treats again for our visiting shelter dogs! I did bring a couple home to try them out on my dogs. My Chihuahua is a picky old man (11yrs) and he loved it! As did my American Bulldog! Next I am going to make these when my 4 yr old grand daughter visits, she will love helping grandma! Thanks again for the great recipe!!
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Rose Mary Mogan cookinginillinois
Jan 3, 2014
Thanks Karen that is only 20 days away. I hope they enjoy doing it as much as I love making them for my dogs. Looking forward to hearing from you afterwards. Have a blessed day. I am sure it is just as cold where you are, but it is -13 here at the moment, and the wind chill is even worse. So bundle up of up need to go out. Great to chat with you.
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Karen Baumgarten kjbummy
Jan 3, 2014
Rose Mary, my next "In the kitchen with Karen" is scheduled for Jan. 23. We will definitely be making these. I will let you know how it all goes :) Have a blessed, safe and healthy New Year!
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Rose Mary Mogan cookinginillinois
Jan 3, 2014
Thank you Karen for taking the time to make a comment. I always appreciate that. This would be a great project to share with the residents, and I am sure the animals would approve also. Smile Do let me know when you do the project and how it goes. Thanks so much. Happy New Year Karen and thanks so much.