Introduction -- What people can eat, but dogs can't -- Making dog treats grain free -- Rolled cookies -- Shaped cookies -- Grain-free treats -- Cakes, bars & brownies -- Biscotti -- Metric conversions.
Since In the Dog Kitchen was first published in 2005, pet nutrition has evolved. In this completely revised and updated edition of a well-loved favorite, you'll find more than 35 brand-new grain-free, gluten-free, dairy-free and even vegetarian recipes. This cookbook also includes detailed information about how to adapt any of the recipes to suit your dog's specific diet. Homemade dog treats have many advantages over the store-bought varieties. They're more economical, there's no unnecessary packaging, and you control exactly goes into them: no preservatives, no strange chemicals, and no unsafe ingredients. In the Dog Kitchen shows you that homemade dog treats are not only budget friendly, but they're very quick and easy to make. This is a gorgeous, full-color book that will make a very welcome addition to any dog owner's bookshelf.