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Canine Cookie Cutters

Going out for a date this Valentines may prove to be a little tricky - not only are the bars and restaurants closed, but meeting up with an eligible someone who’s in your tier is nye-on impossible. But you needn’t worry about spending Valentine’s day, or any day, alone this year. There’s a loyal partner, probably at your feet as you read this, who wouldn’t mind an extra special treat this Valentine’s. After all, they give you presents every day, albeit you do have to package it yourself and then dispose of it in a designated bin… it’s a present all the same! You might’ve guessed it already, but that loyal bundle of joy, who, admittedly may not have the mintiest breath for kissing, is the best partner around – your dog!

Our new Cookie Cutter Set is perfect for making your pup a home-baked treat. Finally, they will be snuffling crumbs on the floor that were actually intended for their tongues! We want to spread the love and the smell of freshly baked goods this Valentine’s, so here are a few quick recipes for you to mix up for your pooch – you can take a nibble too! Use our Cookie Cutters and have fun!

1. You’re the Honey to my peanut butter treat:


2.5 cups of plain flour,

1 cup of peanut butter,

1 cup of water,

1 egg,

2 tablespoons of honey,

1 teaspoon of baking powder

Roll out the dough, cut the cookies and bake for 20 minutes at 350 degrees.

2. Ginger dog biscuits:

‘What did the gingerbread man say when his house burned down?’ ‘Dang, that cost me a lot of dough’


3 cups of plain flour,

½ teaspoon of ground ginger,

1 teaspoon of cinnamon,

¼ cup of vegetable oil,

½ a cup of water,

½ cup of molasses

Let this stand for 15 mins, then roll it out, cut and bake at 325 degrees for 20 mins

3. Banana and almond treats:

You’re the softest and sweetest treat there is …


1 egg,

¾ cup almond butter,

1/3 banana,

1 teaspoon of cinnamon

Drop the mixture onto the baking paper and bake at 350 degrees for 10 minutes

4. Cheesy dog treats:

This might sound cheesy… but I think you’re really grate


4 cups of plain flour,

2 cups of shredded cheddar cheese,

1, 1/3 cups of water,

¼ cup of Sunflower/olive oil

Roll the dough, cut your treat shaped treats and bake at 250 degrees for 3 hours

Happy baking!


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