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Old November 5th, 2007, 05:10 PM
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Tiny bites - made for an old dog not eating

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1/2 cup water
1/2 tsp sugar (organic)
White flour (unbleached) enough to make stiff dough
Knead & roll out thin
Melt some margarine and lightly spread it over the dough
Cut into about 4 long strips
1/ 4 cup ground lamb hamburg
1 tbsp Wheatgerm
1 tbsp corn syrup
Sprinkle of "Canine vitamins & mineral premix" (can be gotten at your vets)
Mix well using your fingers
Roll out into 4 long strips
Place each strip on cut dough,
Roll the dough over each lamb strip same as you would a jelly roll
Cut in small bite size pieces

Bake 350 for 15min
Remove and drop into chicken broth, (Homemade no salt)
Return to oven and bake 5 more mins
Made these for one of my neighbors old corgie dog,
Shes not been eating or doing to well.
But she liked these and actually ate with some enthusiasm.

Maybe someone else can get use outta this too.
involves abit of work to it, But its worth it when they eat it.
Hope i didn't forget a ingredients, cause I never write a thing down till after the fact!
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