since the 4th of july is approaching, yuki asked me to make something yummy for the holiday. after researching several dog recipes, i came to the realization that they're all basically different variations of the same thing. when making a healthy treat you of course do not want to use foods that are on the toxic foods list and you want to use the most wholesome ingredients you can. so i decided that i'd just try putting a few things together, that i knew yuki would like, and see how my little official canine taste-tester liked it.
i admit i tasted the cookie. i'll even admit when i was around 12 i tasted our dogs' food, dry of course, not the one in the can. i even tried a dog biscuit, not homemade, it came from a box, that came off a shelf-from a store. but anyway, i bring that embarrassing info up because that's sort of what these biscuits tasted like, only with more flavor. to my human taste buds, they tasted like a chewy, bland bread, with a hint of blueberry. i know these weren't meant for me though, they're meant for yuki and they're not supposed to taste good to me, just to yuki. after she did taste the cookies, she wanted more and that's always a good sign.