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Biscuits You Can Share With Fido

With the recent frightful pet food scare, many people have turned to making their own pet food or going to organic, high-end solutions. A London bakery has decided to take it to the next step by creating treats that can be enjoyed by pets and owners alike.

The Alldog Bakery is proudly stamping their products as, "made with human quality ingredients," and their range includes treats such as Honey Hearts (wholemeal flour, maize meal, milk, honey and coconut), Carob Crunch (heart shaped carob cookies), Liver Love (savory crackers with a hint of garlic) and Doggy Doughnut. All of which are made with natural ingredients, no preservatives or additives. They're good for you and your pup, but I don't know if your dentist would approve, apparently they're "much harder than human biscuits to suit dogs' teeth".

Source: Spluch and This Is London

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em1282 em1282 8 years
I buy human-grade dog food for my dog, and some of her treats seriously smell good enough to eat--like peanut butter and the carob chip ones. One of these days I might try these :)
crispet1 crispet1 8 years
I dont have a dog to share this with.
TidalWave23 TidalWave23 8 years
The guy in the picture looks like he hasn't had a meal in days... poor guy. Gnawing on those doggie biscuits must be a real treat for him :rotfl:
bobcatsteph3 bobcatsteph3 8 years
There are several dog cookbooks out there that include recipes that are not only made with regular ingredients, but can be enjoyed by people and their pets. A few I recommend are The Three Dog Bakery Cookbook by Mark Beckloff; Real Food For Dogs by Arden Moore; and Throw Me a Bone by Cooper Gillespie with recipes by "his human" Sally Sampson. I absolutely love making my dogs homemade treats and food, it helps my baking/cooking skills and their appreciation shows and makes the effort completely worthwhile! Not to mention the health and safety benefits of knowing exactly what I'm feeding my fur kids.
bobcatsteph3 bobcatsteph3 8 years
There are several dog cookbooks out there that include recipes that are not only made with regular ingredients, but can be enjoyed by people and their pets. A few I recommend are The Three Dog Bakery Cookbook by Mark Beckloff; Real Food For Dogs by Arden Moore; and Throw Me a Bone by Cooper Gillespie with recipes by "his human" Sally Sampson. I absolutely love making my dogs homemade treats and food, it helps my baking/cooking skills and their appreciation shows and makes the effort completely worthwhile! Not to mention the health and safety benefits of knowing exactly what I'm feeding my fur kids.
chancleta chancleta 8 years
i <b> LOVE <b> this idea
chancleta chancleta 8 years
i LOVE this idea
mdbzmom mdbzmom 8 years
Cool idea. Liver biscuits sound odd for people but I do love Popeye's Fried Chicken Livers. I guess it would be convenient on the go.
LaLaLaurie06 LaLaLaurie06 8 years
well, they sound kind of tasty...
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