This popular recipe for dog treats combines the tastes of anise and carob, to get the perfect combination of flavors that dogs love so well.
Dogs are very sensitive to smells, and they love the smell and taste of these two dog treat ingredients.
I named the cookies "Magnets" because dogs love them so much. The dog cookies are almost addictive! And dogs are attracted to them--like magnets!
This is a really easy homemade dog cookie recipe and it is dipped or coated with a sugarless dog treat frosting, which is flavored with carob.
If your dog is like my miniature schnauzer, Skipper, once she tastes these anise dog cookies, she will be begging for more!
I love to make these wonderful smelling anise cookies! When they are baking, the whole kitchen (and house) smells just scrumptious! I have to admit that more than once, I’ve been tempted to taste one—they really look and smell that that good!
In fact, I’ve had to give a little love smack to a few human hands, that ended up in the cookie jar!
Anyway, whether you are making homemade dog treats for your own pet or as a gift, I think you’ll really be pleased with this yummy recipe for dog treats.
It’s important that you do NOT, under any circumstances, use chocolate—see the section on foods toxic to dogs to see why.
Anise magnets can be given to dogs on a vegan or vegetarian dog food diet, as they contain healthy nutrients and the recipe does not include meat, milk or eggs.
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