BARKS FROM BELLA
PERFECTING THE ART OF GETTING DIRTY
‘HOT DOG’ DOG BISCUITS
Inspired by Chewy.com
Fido shouldn’t eat scraps from the grill, but he can still enjoy a classic summertime snack! Get creative and whip up some “hot dog” dog treats. INGREDIENTS
You know what human habit confuses me? Well, besides those little rectangles they’re always talking to and tapping with their fingers. You’d think they were entering the top secret code to release a vault full of treats, the way they stare at them! But back to my question — it’s baths. I don’t get them. Why would you wash away all those perfectly good scents? It’s something Melissa makes me do after I play outside with my friends, and it just seems silly to me! I’m just going to go back outside and play again. Did I tell you I got a new friend? He lives right next door, and I get to go play with him when both of our humans let us outside. We have a great time together. His legs are a little longer than mine, so I have to run a little faster to keep up. He’s not as fast as with my really tall friends though. They are like dogs but have very long legs and hair that comes out of their backside and neck. They don’t bark, either. They make a funny sound, kind of sounds like they’re saying “neigh.” Strange looking, but I love to run with them! Sometimes with their hard paws they kick up some mud and it lands on me, but I don’t mind! I love running with them. Probably my other favorite outside activity is hunting down the creatures that make tunnels in the ground. It’s so fun digging around and finding them! They’re tricky ones, but sniffing them out is all part of the fun. I’ll admit, my nose does get a little dirty doing all that digging. So when I get home, into the bath I go. Good thing I’m only a run and jump away from getting all those good smells back!
• 1/4 cup water • Beef stick dog treats
• 1/2 cup flour • 2 tsp powdered Parmesan cheese • 2 tbsp natural, xylitol-free peanut butter
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