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cheese please treats!!

The other day-- wanting to spoil my poor Cash after his ordeal ---I found a new treat-- they are 100% cheddar cheese that has been baked. they are the size of a dime and easily broken into 4 smaller pieces. And they would be easier to keep in your pocket than real cheese as they are dry and crunchy... I wonder if you could make them yourself.

http://www.cheesepleasetreats.com/#




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Thanks Missy! I've been on a search for a variety of treats that Tess won't be allergic to. These look great - and both dogs love cheese. Definitely worth trying.

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I wonder if you could make them FOR yourself! They sound yummy!
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Interesting concept. One of my girls LOVES cheese in any variety I've found so far. (I just stick to straight cheese though.) I couldn't find where to purchase these in stores. It looks like they aren't available en masse in the U.S. Is that correct?

If anyone wants an alternative cheese treat that may be a wee bit easier to find, Fromm has one, but it does have a wheat base to it.
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Those look really tasty! I like the small size too.

I'm just afraid that....I....would....eat....most...of.....them... ...

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just make sure they are not high in fat and calories. i just switched my dogs treats from a treat with wheat which was low cal, to a allergy free type treat and he put on a pound. need to cut back on his new treats!
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Gryff really likes Goldfish.

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i just found them on kv vet supply
http://www.kvvet.com/KVVet/productr....48487FAFECD54E

I will try them for Teddy. I am always looking for high quality, high value to Teddy, treats!
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here they are a little cheaper at sitstay.com

http://www.sitstay.com/dog/supplies/...e_13288_21502_

here is the nutritional info-- I am giving them as special treats!!! I could give the boys 5 of my canz real meat treats (which are much bigger and can be broken into up to 6 morses each) for the calories of 3 of these treats.

here is the nutritional info.




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If you go to some of the Threads in the Homecooked Diet Forum, there are a TON of great recipes for homemade treats, including several that have cheese as one of the ingredients.

I've been making the Peanut Butter Apple Cookies for Molly...I've tried several of the recipes after double-checking with our Breeder about them.

The only problem is that I have to make sure they're not on the counter cooling when hub comes home...

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