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Three Dog Bakery Cookbook - Hardback

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Three Dog Bakery Cookbook: Over 50 Recipes for All-Natural Treats for Your Dog


Three Dog Bakery Cookbook: Over 50 Recipes for All-Natural Treats for Your Dog [Hardcover]

The book that dogs everywhere have been salivating for has arrived. The Three Dog Bakery Cookbook unleashes some of the never before published recipes for the famous bakery's delicious treats made from all-natural, healthy ingredients for your pooch. The six chapters include treats for all good doggie occasions including tasty appetizers, luscious entrees, sweet treats, savory snacks, and special goodies for holidays and celebrations.

The Three Dog Bakery cookbooks were written and originally published in 1996 and 2001, since then new knowledge has been garnered about dogs and raisins. Some dog’s tummies and liver cannot tolerate raisins; therefore we suggest omitting raisins from the recipes. Or you can replace them with cranberries.

ISBN: 0-8362-6919-5


Customer Reviews

#1 Canine Cookbook! Review by Aleeyah

What's not amazing to say 'bout this book.... I've owned a paperback copy since 1997. This book not only provides dozens of scrumptious recipes, it shares a heart felt story of the how and why Three Dog Bakery was started. R.I.P. Gracie... your plight made way for all canines to enjoy the best dog treats around & for us canine owners to please even the most finicky of eaters.

Sincerely, Aleeyah from www.yourdogcetera.com

(Posted on 9/4/13)

Four Paws Up! Review by Jules

I have had this cookbook for many years, and all the recipes we have tried receive rave reviews by my pugs! Their favorite is Simon's Birthday Bones, which are made for them for every birthday throughout the year. Couldn't have anything to do with the fact that the second oldest is Simon, could it? LOVE this book! ♥

(Posted on 3/16/13)

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