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- 2 cups Hill’s dry dog food
- 1 – 1¼ cups water
- Preheat the oven to 170⁰c. I’d also recommend opening a window – the smell from the baking dog bikkies can be quite strong.
- Use a blender to grind the Hill’s dry food into a powder.
- Pour the powder into a mixing bowl and slowly add the water, stirring until it forms a dough.
- Roll the dough on a flat surface and use your red puppy bikkie cutter to cut out your bikkies.
- Flatten the dough using the back of a spoon (the bikkies will not flatten like human bikkies do.)
- Place bikkies on an ungreased baking sheet and bake for approximately 30 minutes (or until crispy).
- Store the bikkies in the refrigerator and discard leftovers after 5-7 days. These bikkies are not suitable for freezing.
- Heat alters the nutritional characteristics of the food so these bikkies should not exceed 10% of your pet’s total daily intake.
This recipe was kindly provided by Hill’s Pet Nutrition.
The recipe above cannot be made using; Hill’s Prescription Diet™ a/d™ Canine/Feline food, Hill’s Prescription Diet™ n/d™ Canine food, or Hill’s Prescription Diet™ s/d™ Canine food.
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