2 6 oz. cans of tuna packed in water, well drained
2 eggs
about 1.5 cups flour
garlic powder (optional)

Mix tuna and eggs till well blended and large chunks of tuna are
separated. Add flour, adding more as needed to get it to a bread
dough consistency. You may add a few drops of water if the dough is
too stiff. Pat to 1/4 inch thick on a greased cookie sheet (should
cover most of the sheet) and bake at 250, yes 250 degrees for 30 – 35
minutes. You can let this sit in the oven after turning the heat
off but watch that they don’t dry out too much. I cut them into
treat sized pieces when cool and store them in the freezer.

Turkey Meatloaf

1 lb ground beef or chicken or turkey
2 eggs, beaten
3 cups of flour
1 cup of rolled oats
1 cup of water

Mix together. this will make a very sticky mess. Press onto cookie
sheet. Score into squares with the back of a knife and they will
break easily for packaging. Bake for 1 hour at 350 degrees or 45-
50 minutes for a softer treat.

3/4 Cup hot water
5 Tablespoons margarine
1/2 Cup powdered milk
1 teaspoon salt
1 egg beaten
3 cups whole-wheat flour

Place the margarine in a large bowl. Pour hot water over the margarine. Stir in powered milk, salt and egg. Add flour, one-half cup at a time.
Knead the mixture for a few minutes to form a stiff dough. Pat or roll the dough to one-half inch thickness. Using a bone-shaped cookie cutter, cut into bone shapes. You can purchase a cookie cutter for $1 at Kitchens at North Park Mall.
Bake at 325 degrees for 50 minutes. Cool on a rack.
This recipe will make just over 1 pound of treats. Allow them to dry out hard and then store in a container with a tight fitting lid.

Liver Muffins

1 lb liver

one package corn muffin mix (I use the $.50 jiffy mix)

Put the liver in a blender or food processor and liquefy it all. You can use some garlic or garlic powder to help with the smell. Mix in the corn muffin mix and pour it into a pie pan. Put it in the microwave for about 15 minutes. CAREFUL – IT’S HOT when it’s done. Let it cool and cut into pieces. Store in the refrigerator. You can freeze them too, but they get a littlie crumbly when they thaw.