It is super easy to want to spoil our sweet dachshunds because they are so delighted to have something yummy just for them! It’s also just as easy to give them too many–so small batch dog cookie baking is recommended. We also recommend refrigerating or freezing the treats to make homemade dog cookies (without preservatives) last a little longer.
These dog cookie recipes have been mixed-and-baked for our dachshunds at high altitude in Salt Lake City, Utah in the Rocky Mountains at 4,226 feet above sea level. (Just in case you need to adjust the recipe to your altitude.)
Portioning Hacks: Make smaller dachshund-friendly dog cookies. Think small, like Mrs. Fields Nibblers size. Break dog cookies into smaller, pea-size bites so your dog(s) can have more than one taste to a single dog cookie!
Dog Cookies: Drop Cookies
Dog Cookies: Rolled Out
Dog Cookies: Sliced
More to come…
- Dog Cookies: with Greek yogurt, grated carrots, etc.
- Pup-sicles: Broth
- Pup-sicles: Greek Yogurt