Dog Photos Of Dozer
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Dog Photos of Dozer

People tell me that this website needs some pictures of good looking dogs.

I don't want to just use any old picture that I could find on the Internet. I thought it would be nice if I put photos of your loved ones on this web site.

If you have a dog photo that is (.gif, .jpg and .png, no larger than 30 Kbytes) please send it to me at pictures@dog-first-aid-101.com and your Dog will be famous.

Heather sent these dog photos of Dozer

Here are some pictures of my Dozer (that's his name) he is now 1 1/2 years old.

He is so cute.

Man it was hard to train him.

He just wanted to play all the time!

Between school and home work it was tough but he is a good dog.



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Heather also sent some recipes for large dogs and small dogs. Maybe we need to start a recipes page? If you have any you want to share with others please send them my way.

The Doggy Omlette

2-3 eggs

5 strips of bacon preferably turkey about 1/5 a cup of cheddar cheese

1. crack eggs and cut up bacon and grate cheese

2. put the bacon and eggs in a frying pan over medium high heat and cook until bacon is brown.

3. once bacon is brown add cheese and let cool for 2 minutes and then serve to your dog.

Liver Snaps for your perfect pal

We all know that dogs love liver snaps. But why go out and spend money on something that says it’s organic? Why not make it at home with all organic products and know they are organic?

Here is a recipe my golden retriever LOVES! And remember: We give dogs all our left over love, they give us all of theirs.

Ingredients:

1 lb chicken livers

1-cup flour

1-cup corn meal

1 Tablespoon garlic powder

1 Egg

Directions:

Place chicken livers and liquid in blender, liquefy. Add egg, mix a minute more. Pour into bowl. Add flour, corn meal and garlic powder. Mix. Spray jelly roll pan with Pam. Pour mixture into pan. Bake 15 minutes in 400-degree hot oven. Cut into small squares while still warm. Keep in freezer to prevent spoilage.

Dozer loves them frozen.


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