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    Default Cheap Dog Meals

    Hey,

    Thought id create a thread where everyone can post meals that you make for your dogs that are easy and cheap to do.

    One meal ive found to be relatively cheap is a mix of dry food, pasta or rice, and sardines. Make sure with the sardines you cover the food in the oil that the sardines in.

    Your dog will love it, its easy to do and very cheap. (just buy cheap sardines)

    Overall for about $1 i can get 2 full meals for Tony out of it, compare that to the crap you buy in shops which are about $1.50 per meal, plus its much better for your dog.

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    I occasionally make up a batch of peanut butter or vegemite biscuits, or dry liver in the oven to give (sparingly) as treats. We keep a few chooks too, so the dogs sometimes get a vegetable and pasta omelette instead of meat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandyb View Post
    I occasionally make up a batch of peanut butter or vegemite biscuits, or dry liver in the oven to give (sparingly) as treats. We keep a few chooks too, so the dogs sometimes get a vegetable and pasta omelette instead of meat.
    how do i make said biscuits and stupid question how do you dry liver in the oven and what kind?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ERINAH View Post
    how do i make said biscuits and stupid question how do you dry liver in the oven and what kind?
    Peanut Butter Biscuits

    1 cup plain flour
    1 cup wholemeal flour
    1 tablespoon baking powder
    1 cup peanut butter (preferably sugarless)
    1 cup skim milk

    Place peanut butter and milk in a food processor and blend until smooth. Add flour and BP and process until it forms a ball. Roll out thinly and cut into shapes. Place on a greased baking tray and bake for 20 minutes at 180 degrees. Store in the fridge. Makes about 40 biscuits.


    To dry liver : Buy lamb's or beef liver and partially freeze. Slice very finely and place on baking paper on a baking tray. Cook for 2 hours in a very low oven, then turn off oven and leave the slices dry for several hours. Store in an airtight container, and only feed sparingly.

    Hope your dog enjoys them! Let me know how you go.

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    PS Erinah - NO question is a stupid question! If you don't ask you may never find out!

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