Monday, March 2, 2015
QUICK REVIEW: Shaggy Dog Eats by Christy Bright
Now you can make your own healthy dog treats without spending a fortune. All the recipes in this book have been developed and made in my very own kitchen. There is a recipe for every special taste and sensitivity. Also, most of the ingredients can be modified. Have some fun and play around. Your four-legged friends will thank you.
Most of these recipes are fast and easy to make. They also make great gifts and are perfect for bake sales raising money for animal rescue organizations.
A portion from every sale of this book will support animal rescue.
Hardcover, 56 pages
Published December 1st 2014 by Beachbrights Publishing (first published November 19th 2014)
ISBN 0990985601 (ISBN13: 9780990985600)
This is a brief book of only 56 pages. There is no introduction, no text aside from the recipes, and few photos.
The recipes are very simple to follow. Some are super easy, like "No Bake Treats", which only has three easy-to-find ingredients and no baking required. Some may be more complicated, like the "Celebration Cake" for special canine celebrations, and some may have harder-to-find ingredients, like rice flour.
I made the No Bake Treats, which are just peanut butter, milk (I used almond milk) and oats. The pups love them!
This is a good book for simple homemade dog treats. Nothing fancy and wholesome ingredients.
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I received a copy of this book to review through Netgalley and the publisher, in exchange for my honest opinion. I was not financially compensated in any way, and the opinions expressed are my own and based on my observations while reading this novel.