Item description for The Organic Dog Biscuit Cookbook: Over 100 "Tail Wagging" Recipes by Jessica Disbrow Talley & Eric Talley...
When it comes to dog biscuits, there's a lot out there, but not one as concerned with your pet's health and happiness as ours! While most of the competition goes for novelty, the Organic Dog Biscuit Cookbook stands alone in featuring tail-waggingly tasty 100% organic ingredients. Written by an expert who runs the Bubba Rose Biscuit Company, it contains more than 100 all-natural recipes—double what most other dog cookbooks have. That's sure to appeal to owners eager to feed their dog homemade after the recent commercial pet food scare. The wholesome doggie dishes (all tried, true and taste tested) include a “Luck of the Irish Wolfhound” dog treat with such ingredients as oat flour and spinach leaves, and a beef-based “Grillin' and Chillin” hot dog!
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1.25" Width: 6.25" Height: 9.25" Weight: 1.52 lbs.
Release Date May 6, 2008
Publisher Cider Mill Press
ISBN 1933662956 ISBN13 9781933662954
Reviews - What do customers think about The Organic Dog Biscuit Cookbook: Over 100 "Tail Wagging" Recipes?
Love Your Dog? You should buy this book!!! May 5, 2008
I LOVE this cookbook. My dog has been enjoying treats from the Bubba Rose Biscuit Company for years (www.bubbarosebiscuitco.com) and I am so excited to be able to make them at home now. The recipes are so easy to follow... some of our favorites include Cheese Fries and Rotisserie Chicken. If you love your dog and want to make healthy, organic, homemade treats, you should definitely buy this book!
Title deceiving w/ more meals for dogs than biscuits, but is graphically pleasing and looks good Apr 22, 2008
I flipped through this book while looking for biscuit books. Graphically it appealed to me and I thought it was great. The biscuits seemed like good recipes, but the whole book is not biscuits as the title implies. A lot of the book is actaully meals for your dog. I don't know about you, but I barely have time with a dog to make my own meals! If you're into making a Pup Pizza, Labrador Lasagnia or Arroz con Pollo for your dog, then this is the book for you (over 100 recipes!). If you are looking for basic biscuits and treats, as I was, then try the You Bake 'EM Dog Biscuits Cookbook. The sad part is that I really like this book and wanted to get it, but felt that it did not support my immediate needs for biscuits/treats only. I am curious to see what others feel about this book and if the treats that are offered are good ones. Maybe then I will take the plunge, but for now I'll pass on the Doggie meatloaf.