Dog Biscuits

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As an animal loving nation, we thought we'd share a dog biscuit recipe with you. These biscuits are make with just a handful of ingredients but deliver a taste sensation to your dog! Treat your dog to these lovely home made treats and you'll be his or her most popular owner!   These dog treats are not a meal substitute and should only be given as part of a healthy balanced diet and plenty of fresh clean water should be available at all times.


  1. Preheat oven to 170 °C (150 °C for Fan Assisted Oven)

  2. Dissolve the stock cube of your choice in hot water.

  3. Add remaining ingredients

  4. Knead dough until it forms a ball (approximately 3 minutes)

  5. Roll dough until ½ cm thick.

  6. Cut into slices or bone shapes (you can purchase a bone shaped cookie cutter to make shapes with)

  7. Place dough pieces on baking paper

  8. Bake for 20 -25 minutes (or until golden brown)

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  1. 5 star rating

    Hello, I just made these but they stayed quite soft even though I left them in longer...did everyone else’s go hard and crunchy or stay a bit softer? They sort of puffed up a bit too? Thanks x

    Yes they do puff up a bit and they will also harden up once taken out of the oven to cool.
    Happy Baking!

  2. 5 star rating

    22 November 2020
    Made these today, came out lovely. My Labrador Lina, absolutely loved them

  3. 4 star rating

    Easy to make and Woody loves them 🐾🐾🐾🐾

  4. 5 star rating

    I've made the stick and it's cooled down now as I had to go out. Can I still use it or does it have to be hot xxxx

    You can use the stock if its cold,

    Happy Baking!

  5. 1 star rating

    Think I am doing something wrong...this mixture is just a glutenous am I supposed to use a cutter when it's just a blob?

    I actually made these the other day for my dog, if the mixture is too wet it is best to roll out in a bit more flour and make sure your hands are also floured. That way it shouldn't stick and you should be able to roll out the dough and cut out the shapes.
    Happy Baking!

  6. 5 star rating

    Dogs love these! I made loads with 1 batch! Put some extra stock over the top while baking giving them more of a beefy taste!

  7. 4 star rating

    my cookies didnt get colors at all after 35 min in the oven, I made oat flour and made chicken broth with 1 liter of water and a cube of chicken flavour maggie

  8. 5 star rating

    Dogs loved 'em

  9. 3 star rating

    I might be missing something here, but when it says dissolve the stock in hot water, is that additional water, or the hot water stated in the ingredients?

    Yes you dissolve the stock into the hot water stated in the ingredients.
    Happy Baking!

  10. 5 star rating

    1st time making own dog biscuits, it was coby the chihuahua 7th birthday so me and my daughter had a go today. We bought different size star cookie cutter, made 42 biscuits different sizes. So easy to make, Coby loves them, he cant get enough of them, so we are very pleased, but definitely make again.... plus Coby wants some more. X x

  11. 5 star rating

    Looks great how long do they last?🙂

    Not long with my dog! I would think in an air tight tin they would be fine for 7-10 days,
    Happy Baking!

  12. 5 star rating

    Our dog Rebus is definitely baking mad for this he loves them... Easy to follow make and cook. Christmas is now sorted 😉

  13. 4 star rating

    to celebrate having my dog for a year i decided to make last minute treats for him!!! this was the only recipe which i had all the ingredients for and is super easy definetely recommend!!💖

  14. 5 star rating

    It was amazing I would so recommend it if you are a dog lover!😍😄

  15. 5 star rating

    I made these for my dogs birthday present and she absolutely loves them

  16. 5 star rating

    Super easy to make. We ran out of the dogs' usual bedtime biscuit so I made some of these in about half an hour. Used a spoonful of bisto and some nutritional yeast for flavour. The dogs were a bit suspicious at first but went on to eat three each. I think they're a hit!

  17. 4 star rating

    One of our dogs couldn’t chew them very well but the other two loved them👍

  18. 5 star rating

    Love it! I added a small amount of liquidised stewing steak and veg (a big ladel full from our own casserole) and used self-raising grain-free flour -- my dog loved it!

  19. 5 star rating

    thoroughly enjoyed it, easy and fun

  20. 5 star rating

    Amazing! My dog adored them!

  21. 5 star rating

    A great easy-peasy mix... Thank you. I added two gloopy teaspoons of Bovril to the mix along with a generous helping of charcoal powder as we have a flatulent Beagle ! shop bought charcoal biccies are nowhere near strong enough to have any effect but these work a treat.

  22. 5 star rating

    Great, let my dog smell them before they were cooked and he went crazy 😜!!!

  23. 5 star rating

    A great receipe that you adapt to your own dogs taste. I omit the salt and add either parmesan (you don't need much), carrot or peanut butter - my dogs love them and it makes training a pleasure for all

  24. 5 star rating

    Great easy recipe, oats blended easily into an oat flour, 3 yr old loved helping with this rainy day baking activity once the stock had cooled down. Like the extra ideas in review comments ... i’ll try adding grated carrot next time. Thank you!

  25. 5 star rating

    It was amazing and couldn't be better

  26. 5 star rating

    Super easy to make, thank you

  27. 3 star rating

    Could you tell me why mine has turned out more like pitta bread? 🤦‍♀️😂

  28. 5 star rating

    Great recipe! Just wish I could buy some wholewheat flour 🙄🤣

  29. 4 star rating

    my dog loves them but she only likes them with peanut butter because they don"t have much flavour in them

  30. 5 star rating

    my dog was beggingfor more

  31. 4 star rating

    Takes a bit longer to cook but really good
    They were gone in seconds! 🐕🍗

  32. 5 star rating

    easy recipe my dog will love them

  33. 5 star rating

    Made them dog’s absolutely love👍👍

  34. 5 star rating

    Amazing although my dog took a second to realise what it was haha lol

  35. 5 star rating

    My dog’s love these treats. very quick and easy but I did add some cheese and peanut butter 10 out of 10 would recommend

  36. 5 star rating

    This was great thank you.
    I made a couple of adjustments though. I didn’t add any salt, I used 100g plain flour and 200g of oats that I put in the blender. I also added a grated carrot. My dog loves them.

  37. 4 star rating

    Very good but they were chunky I would rate it 4 and a half stars ⭐️ and the the dogs 🐶 gobbled them up ( nom nom nom 😋)🥓🥩🍗🍖🦴🦴

  38. 5 star rating

    My dog loves them! So easy and cheap to make too

  39. 4 star rating

    Easy recipe, but would not add the salt as many stock cubes are loaded with salt already. Could add grated cheese or carrots depending how healthy you want to make them.

  40. 5 star rating

    Made these for the first time. I forgot to add the salt, but I did add some grated cheese. The recipe made about 30 biscuits and I’m happy to say they passed the test, my dog loves them. I’ll be back to try a different recipe soon

  41. 4 star rating

    My next door neighbour dog thought what Is this but after he ate it he thought it was a treat and he loved it

  42. 5 star rating

    Great tasty dog treat!

  43. 5 star rating

    My dog kept begging for them

  44. 5 star rating

    My dogs loved them so so much!!!!

  45. 5 star rating

    Really easy recipe. I also added grated cheese to the dough and then cut them into small treat size biscuits using a pizza cutter. It made about 180 biscuits and our dog loves them. I certainly will be making them again.

  46. 5 star rating

    my dog loved them

  47. 4 star rating

    I really enjoyed this recipe it was nice and easy. The only thing i would have to say is that it cooks many and they aren't very good after a week as my dog started not eating them as much. I would also suggest to put liver or and other flavor powder on top before cooking you can buy these at pet shops. It helped are dog want to eat his food more as he is fussy at meal time (but i can promise you he eats like a horse when it comes to treats)

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