How to Make Dog Cookies?

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There are so many varieties of dog cookies that you can make, a very basic recipe would call for whole-wheat flour, white flour, peanut butter, water and oil. Mix all ingredients together making a dough. Roll out, cut into desired shapes and bake. For more information look here: www.all-natural-dog-treat.com;
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How to Make Dog Cookies
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Dog cookies are made pretty much just like human cookies. They use items like wheat, flour, cornmeal, oil, and then they add things like chicken stock, bacon fat and chicken broth to the cookies. You can find more information at www.marquispetresort.com
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