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    Post by sandra Tue Jul 14, 2009 4:59 pm

    Another treat recipe !!

    Tuna treats !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Receipt as follows: 1 tin of tuna in sunflower oil 80g plain flour 1 egg.

    Mix together to form a stiff paste and make it about an inch thick in the dish (i use a pirex dish) and microwave for 5 mins. Leave to cool and cut into small chunks. I divide it into small bags and freeze it. I now make it in large quantities
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    Post by simbalove Tue Jul 14, 2009 5:09 pm

    They sound yummy Sandra - good enough to eat myself (Hope you don't mind - I thought they needed a thread all of their own so people can find them easiily teddy hug )
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    Post by maggie1 Tue Jul 14, 2009 5:11 pm

    thank you Sandra that one sounds like my sort of cooking

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    Post by adele Tue Jul 14, 2009 7:13 pm

    sounds good to me, I will give that one a try, my girls love tuna, thanks for that Sandra teddy hug
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    Post by Kengai Tue Jul 14, 2009 9:02 pm

    I'll definitely give this one a go - thanks !

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    Post by Kengai Fri Jul 24, 2009 10:05 am

    I made these last night - WOW! My 3 absolutely adored them. Monty was dancing around the room for them!

    So easy to make too!

    Thanks!

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    Post by Debbie Fri Jul 24, 2009 10:16 am

    Oh fab! I think I might give them a whirl too. teddy hug
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    Post by Lindy Lou Thu Aug 27, 2009 1:14 pm

    thank you Thanks for that wonderful recipe!!!!!! OMG
    OMG Buddy adores it!!!! wiggle

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    Post by Kengai Thu Aug 27, 2009 1:51 pm

    I've made these with tinned sardines and they go down very well too.

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    Post by Lindy Lou Thu Aug 27, 2009 10:34 pm

    teddy hug Must try those too!!!! My hubby thinks I've lost the plot altogether!! Ha ha!! Well I am in the middle of the menopause, so I can use that as an excuse!!!!!! Ha ha!! To be honest I think he's a bit jealous!!!!! Ha ha!! He says Buddy is my menopause baby!! My Buddy is my baby and he's here to be spoilt and spoil him I will!!!! Ha ha!!! I jokingly said to him a couple of weeks ago "Don't ask me to choose between him and Buddy 'cos he would be very disappointed with my answer". Ha ha!!!!!! Linda. X

    bouncy lol
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    Post by BernieB Thu Aug 27, 2009 10:49 pm

    That sounds very nice but I am afraid to give Alfie anything other than his Burns Chicken and Rice dry food and his raw carrotts because my first Shih Tzu developed a terrible skin condition and I spent years trying to get it sorted out and he was on all sorts of special diets and had skin scrapings and various tests all to no avail and he was on steroids all his life - I used to feed him lots of different foods and he loved everything but I always wondered if that was the reason for his complaint so with Alfie I decided to restrict him to very little so I would know what to eliminate if the same thing started with him - please God it does not I would hate to have to go through all that again. Poor Alfie has a very boring diet I am afraid Crying or Very sad
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    Post by Kengai Fri Aug 28, 2009 8:15 am

    Hi Bernie - I can appreciate that you're trying to do the best thing for Alfie and while I'm sure Burns has all the vitamins and minerals he would need, the recipes posted here (like the tuna treats and turkey hob nobs) are all made with completely natural ingredients so there are no additives or anything harmful in them - all just good old plain stuff. Does Burns Chicken and Rice have the necessary fish oils he needs for example?

    Is it worth trying him with, say, the tuna treats, and if he develops anything from them you know you can stop them? And if he's Ok with them then you can try him with something else totally natural?

    It must be awful to watch a dog suffering with a skin condition, but doesn't Alfie deserve to have a little treat - all perfectly natural?

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    Post by BernieB Fri Aug 28, 2009 9:46 am

    Yes you are right I might give it a go. Burns say that they have all the natural ingredients necessary, including fish oils etc., that a dog should need as I have been on to them when I got Alfie first, but as you say the poor thing does deserve a treat now and then. teddy hug
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    Post by Lindy Lou Fri Aug 28, 2009 10:29 am

    OMG OMG I'm going to sound like Victor Meldrew now but here goes, "I don't believe it"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! After giving Buddy the Tuna Treats, It gave him the runs!!!!! I didn't give him a lot only one small small chunk broken up and given him over time. My heart is broke. sad2 I made two lots. Maybe at 20wks he could be a bit young. pull hair out
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    Post by Kengai Fri Aug 28, 2009 12:04 pm

    Poor Buddy! I dont think he's too young, but perhaps if it was in oil, the oil was too heavy for him? I make them in brine.

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    Post by homebrewpower Fri Nov 11, 2011 2:31 pm

    Hi people, I made these today for my too and they love them! Better than store bought ones! Thanks a million for the heads up!
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    Post by simbalove Sat Nov 12, 2011 4:13 pm

    Have you tried the turkey hobnobs? They go down a treat too xx
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