Live More Simply – with dogs
There is no doubt about it – living simply and buying less helps protect our world. But at the same time, if we buy less stuff, someone out there, makes less money. Unfortunately, this has to be.
One of the things we do to buy less is to make stuff. That includes things for our dogs. We don’t buy dog cookies, we make them.
I have found that if I MAKE more things for myself, I NEED less money, so I can work less for others and do what feel right to me.
This brings us back to dog cookies.
When you make your own dog cookies (or your own food), you know what goes into them. Don’t get sucked into the “gotta save time” thing so you go to the store and get some quick. The recipe below is tried and true method. If your dog won’t eat them, he probably is eating too much to begin with.
Water from boiled meat
Whole Wheat Flour
Roll out thin and cut into desired sizes/shapes.
Bake at 350F until they are the color you like. Crispy is best.
About Homesteading101Writer, rural entrepreneur, frugal living, sustainable living, do and make your own stuff kind of people.
Howdy! We’re Anne and Ernie and our goal is to grow our own food and make our own stuff using as much junk and salvage as possible. Thanks for coming by.
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