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Imagine that feeling when you bring home a freshly baked loaf of bread from the shops. That smell makes the bread taste much better.

Now imagine how happy your dog would be if you bought him treats that had been hand made.

My question is, would you buy healthy and nutritious home made dog treats online for your pooch? (I mean this as good stuff goes into them and that they'd be just as safe for humans to eat)

They would be baked and sent out by first class post, at a reasonably good cost.

Thanks! :)
 

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Eeeek honestly.... no i wouldn't.. my dog either gets our own baked liver cake or whatever we deem a 'treat' at the time in the house.

Sorry! But you did ask for honesty:)

Good luck if it's what you're going to do !
 

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No :eek:

As I enjoy baking and would prefer to make them myself as then I know exactly what went into them and they can be eaton fresh the sam day as they are baked.

Im one of those arkward who wont pay for something which I can do myself and probably for cheaper - Sorry :eek:
 

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I just got some complimentary treats, as part of a first time food order. They look home baked, and the ingredients are what you'd use at home for biscuits, minus the sugar, and our dog loves them. But they are expensive to buy, and after seeing some of the recipes on here last night, I think I'd opt for home made (and trust me, I am no Nigella Lawson);)
 

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I make my own and I know they are fresh and also what goes into them.
I like this. I've asked this kind of question a few times for different things and someone always says 'I won't but many people do'. The problem is it's very difficult to find those people! :D
 

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I dont think Id buy them but I might use them as inspiration for new recipes for my own home made dog biscuits!:eek:
The last ones were cheese, carrot and garlic and tasted blimmin' lovely!:D
 

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No sorry I wouldnt, have bought them before and they are way too expensive:(
 

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home baked?

have you eaten here?

the mice and rats avoid our bins, the wife got the sack from the crem for burning everything
 
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