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Third Times The Charm!

It took me 3 batches, but I finally got it right!!! emoticon :smile:

The batter for my first batch was too thin to make cookies, so I made doggy muffins instead. Silly me didn't refrigerate them, so they got moldy!

I experimented with the second batch and they also needed to be muffins and not cookies (still wasn't able to use my new cookie cutters)! But I did refrigerate these muffins so they are still good, and my friend said her dogs loved them. My dogs do too :)

Now after more experimenting, here is the result of my third batch! Dog cookies! Yay!

These are my fruit and veggie treats. They have apple, banana, and carrot! There's also a little bit of nonfat, plain yogurt. I am going to give these out for free as well, to get my "brand" out there. I separated them into baggies of 3; I will give a bag to my friend at work, a bag to the couple I dog sit for, and then the rest I will leave on a table at work for people to take.

I would like to try and start selling these treats, but I'm having a hard time coming up with pricing!

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wolfgirl569 wrote on January 25, 2015, 3:06 PM

They look nice. Figure up what you ingredients cost, then add a little for your time and electric or gas used to cook them. I wish you luck

Began1988 wrote on January 25, 2015, 4:04 PM

Thank you very much :) Someone also suggested I look at what pet stores charge and make my prices competitive.

wolfgirl569 wrote on January 25, 2015, 8:18 PM

I would not be afraid to be a little higher if necessary. At least home made people will know whats in it.

Began1988 wrote on January 25, 2015, 8:31 PM

Yeah, I plan on attaching all the ingredients to each bag/box I sell. Even if some are ok for dogs, you never know who has an allergy! So I want owners to be extra aware! :) Thank you