Daisy is a chocolate lab. I adopted Daisy when she was four years old from a family who could no longer keep her. She'd been moved between several homes before she came to live with me. The family I adopted her from didn't feel like their home was the best place for her. They didn't trust their neighbors not to harm Daisy, so the family decided it would be best to find a safer place for her to live. It was a happy, happy day when Daisy came to live with me.
Big birthday wishes to you, my sweet Miss Daisy! You're STILL my favorite chocolate chunk!
Here's a great recipe for homemade, healthy dog treats if you're interested!
Pre-heat your oven to 350 degrees. Mix flour, baking powder and onion powder together in a mixing bowl. Stir in honey, egg, oil and milk. (I just use a fork for all the mixing and it works great!) The dough will be somewhat dry, but it will stick together.
On a wheat floured surface, knead the dough 10-15 times. Pat into nicely shaped ball and roll out onto cutting surface 1/2 to 3/4 inch thick. Use cookie cutters to cut shapes (we recommend HEARTS), or cut into 1.5" squares. Bake on a parchment-lined baking sheet for 15 minutes. Let cool on the sheet. Serve one cookie to all dogs, and store remaining cookies in an airtight container.
All the dogs on the farm give these cookies TWO PAWS UP!
PS: Daisy says THANKS for the fun birthday wishes from Bogey and his family, and sends happy birthday wishes to Bogey's granny, who shares Daisy's birthday! *grin*