Showing posts with label marbled. Show all posts
Showing posts with label marbled. Show all posts
Monday, 24 February 2020
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Marbled Green and Gold St. Patrick's Day Dog Treats

Homemade green and gold St. Patrick's Day dog treats shaped like shamrocks, clover, and bones

These homemade St. Patrick's Day dog treats are made using one batch of dough that has been split, naturally tinted in shades of green and gold, and then marbled together before cutting into treats for baking. Check out the details below on how to make you own special treats for lucky furfriends.

Friday, 26 May 2017
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Red White and Blue Marbled Star Treats for Patriotic Pups

These red white and blue treats for patriotic pups show how simple it is to adapt the same marbling technique as our Unicorn Bones to other fun treats. We're really feeling rather jealous of our American furfriends who will be having a long weekend for Memorial Day, but we're very good and giving dogs so we're going to share a special post for them all the same. :)  Don't forget to take some time in tribute to the reason for the holiday - see our Remembrance Day Dog post for some inspiring history.   Have a wonderful weekend, and stay safe furfriends!

Homemade red white and blue dog treats shaped like stars in a blue drawstring dog treat bag

Monday, 24 April 2017
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Homemade "Unicorn Bone" Rainbow Marbled Dog Treats

Homemade dog treats marbled in rainbow colours (unicorn bones)

These pretty rainbow marbled "Unicorn Bone" treats were made for Oli's 11th Barkday Pawty last week. They are deceptively simple to make (and doggone delicious, too!). I promise that no actual unicorns were harmed in the course of our festivities...heheh... Don't let the colours deceive you - these are almost all natural thanks to some tasty healthy add-ins with just a teensy bit of blue food colouring (skip the blue if you'd like them completely natural). Here's how they were made: