Homemade Milk Bones
The best T-R-E-A-T in town3/4 Milk, I used Almond Milk
1 TBS Beef Broth
1/3 Cup Greek Yogurt
1 TSP Salt
1 Egg, Beaten
3 Cups Whole Wheat Flour, or Flour
Mix salt, Greek Yogurt, broth and egg with milk.
Gradually blend in flour and mix until stiff dough forms.
Dust surface and roll dough out, cut with cookie cutter. (I happen to have a bone shape.)
Bake at 325 degrees for 20 minutes on a greased baking sheet. After 20 minutes flip over, allow to golden on other side for 2 - 5 minutes, it does not need to get as brown as on the top side.
Allow to cool.
This recipe is varied from here and a couple others found online.
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Paws for Celebration
A Weekend Goes to the Dogs
February 2nd is a very big day for the dogs in my family. My family dog Penny turns 17! I have never met a dog that old before and I cannot believe the puppy I got in first grade is still with us. We are so lucky. Penny moves a little slower these days and she may not hear very well, but she still frolics in the yard and eats wet dog food like a champion. We know this may be Penny's last birthday and that makes it bittersweet. But dogs, unfortunately, only live for a section of our lives and Penny saw me through college — she did her dog duty and she did it well. Cheers to Penny, the best dog in the entire world.
February 2nd also marks one year since Louis was adopted from the animal shelter. We are so lucky to have that little guy in our family!
And, February marks kind of a birthday month for Rasco, who was born on Leap Day in 2008. Happy sixth birthday month Little Man!