Puppy Training Treats |  DIY Dog Treats 119

Puppy Training Treats | DIY Dog Treats 119

♪ Guess what we’re doing today! ♪ [laughs] So, Kira turns twelve (12) weeks old tomorrow. Today we are doing our first
‘Gone To The Snow Dogs’ treat with Miss Kira! Yay! What we are actually making today
is DIY training treats for dogs. This is a very simple, limited ingredients
type of treat that we are going to make and we are going to cut up into
little bite size training treats, so that we can use them
to train Kira. We do have some training videos
coming up and we’re going to teach you guys how we use the bell to let the dogs go outside. Maybe some potty tips,
maybe how we teach her to sit. Different little things like that. So, it would be fun to do a treat video first
and then, going to some of those videos later on. If you guys are new here,
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to help us continue to grow ‘The Pawdience!” Let’s get to making some treats!
Kira’s first treat video! She’s like: “I’m gonna…” Wow! She’s going to snuggle with Shelby and Shelby’s
not going to get up cause there’s food on the table. You are going to figure this out girl! You are going to figure out real quick
that this is the place to be! So, I have a feeling for a lot of this video since it’s
her first video, were not going to see a lot of Kira. I do have my other camera here so I can kind
of show you guys what she’s doing down here as she is laying down,
she hasn’t figured this out yet. These two (2) girls are like: “Get on with it lady!”
“Let’s do some treats!” Alright, so what we’re going to do first?
Preheat the oven. Preheat the oven to 350F/180C. ♪ [musical notes] ♪ As I said, this is a very
limited ingredient treat recipe. We’re not putting a
whole bunch of stuff on it. Puppies stomachs are pretty
sensitive when they are little, so you don’t want to over do it
with a lot of wild flavors and things like that. So, we’re going pretty basic here.
I’m using my ‘Kitchen Aid’ mixer to mix everything. So, the first thing we’re going to need is about
two thirds (2/3) of a cup of canned pumpkin. Not ‘pie pumpkin,’ just regular plain
canned pumpkin. What you think? Wanna try it? Hold on! Whoa! Is messy! Wanna try it? Let’s see if this wakes her up…
Oh, hi Kira! How are… Oh, would you like to try it?
Oh man! Eating from the spoon already, huh?
Try again? Oh my goodness! Yeah?
Is that good? Now you know what’s up?
What you think Shelby? Shelby is like: “I don’t know how I feel…”
Shelby here, want some pumpkin? “I don’t think so!”
Shelby is like: “Nope! Pumpkin needs to be in cookies!” Well she liked that! The next thing we are going to add
is some peanut butter. I know some of you guys have allergies
and don’t want to use peanut butter. You can just omit it. Add a little bit more pumpkin and oil,
don’t use peanut butter if you want to. You can always modify the recipes
any way you would like. Memphis is like: “I would like peanut butter!” What you think?
I know you’ll get up for this! Oh yeah!
Peanut butter, good stuff! Would you like some peanut butter? Hold on!
Shelby is next, cause she didn’t eat pumpkin. Peanut butter?
Yeah! She’s like: “Don’t fool me with the pumpkin!” “I would like the peanut butter!”
Alright little puppy peanut butter? Whoa, did you eat it? You didn’t even like stick it to your mouth?
Just ate it? Here, Shelby! Want that one?
Oh, peanut butter? Yeah! How about you Memphis? Peanut butter? Oh man!
Kira? Kira, Kira? She’s like: “Why is everybody else looking?”
Kira? Come here! Peanut butter? Good stuff? Look how your tongue goes! Good stuff? Alright! I think, she likes peanut butter! Next, we will need one (1) egg
already mixed up. ♪ Making a mess! ♪ I can’t figure out which bowls had oil in it. We need about a tablespoon to a little bit
more of a tablespoon of coconut cooking oil. If you only have vegetable oil, you can just use that
if you only have some other type of oil, you can use that, but
we’re using coconut cooking oil. Now that we have all the wet ingredients
in here together, I’m going ahead and mix them… ♪ [musical tones] ♪
The oven’s preheated, I can hear it singing! I’m going to mix our wet
ingredients together just a little bit. [mixer sounds] Yeah, I know! I know!
We’re making treats, it’s going to be great! This is new to you, but… The next thing we are going to add is about
two and a half (2-1/2) cups of whole wheat flour. Now, I’m choosing to use whole wheat flour for this
recipe because I want the treats to be more dense. I want it to be really like more crunchy
and crackling for them. Wheat isn’t bad for dogs, you guys. I know, some people out there are like…
“Wheat is horrible for dogs!” Moderation is key to everything and
wheat is not bad for dogs. You can also substitute this out if your dog
has allergies to wheat. You can substitute it for all purpose flour,
coconut flour or gluten free flour. We used gluten free flours
in a lot of our treats. Basically just go to ‘Google’ and
do your own conversion and substitute it out for this flour for
whatever you want to use for baking. So, there’s about two and a half
(2-1/2) cups of wheat flour in here. It’s all organic wheat flour as well.
Wanna try the flour? Anybody? Wanna try this? [laughs] I’m just kidding! We are going to pour this in here… And make a giant mess. We’re really good at making messes when…
[blows] When we make treats… Sorry!
We dusted out the camera! Alright! Let’s mix it together! Oh my goodness!
[mixer sounds] What you think? Huh? What you think? Mixing it together and then,
we’re going to cook it in the oven… Now, you are fully paying attention!
Memphis is like: “This is what we do!” “Little sister, I’m going to show you”
“how to be a professional at making dog treats!” Then, Shelby is over there! Once is all mixed together,
is going to be like ‘Playdoh’ consistency. Is pretty much what you are looking for.
You don’t want it to stick to your hands. Will be able to make a nice ball…
Would you like to try some raw dough? Mmmm…
Let’s see… Let’s see…
Would you like a piece? Oh man! How about you? Ready? Nice! Oh, that’s so nice!
You are so gentle! How about you Shelby? Shelby is like: “Maybe guys… Maybe!” “Maybe!” Shelby is concerned
about the baby gate that is here. I know, if you guys watch her during the videos
she keeps doing like this head tilt thing? She doesn’t like baby gates. When Shelby was a puppy,
we used baby gates for her. One of the baby gates fell on Shelby and
ever since then, she doesn’t like to get near them. Probably wasn’t the best idea for a treat video
but it works to keep the puppy (Kira) over here. [laughs] Okay, so now I have
my baking mat out. I have my favorite rolling pin in the entire world
because you can make this adjustable and roll things out to the
perfect flatness and thickness. We are going to roll these out a little bit thin today.
We’re going to do the 1/16 of an inch. That’s what we’re going to have
cause I wanted them small cause we’re training with treats.
When using food you are giving them a lot. So, you want to be able to
make them nice and small. So, we are going to take and going to
put a little bit of flour on the surface. Actually… I’m not going to put a
little bit of flour on the surface because is going to roll out
pretty easily and this is nice for non stick. This dough is like… Probably the best dough
I’ve ever mde for any treat video ever. Good job to us! We’re going to just roll it out. So, now we have a crooked square
and this is definitively crooked. Hopefully guys, can see it.
We’re just going to roll it. Take a pizza cutter
and roll it into strips. So, now that we have the strips
and we just roll it this way. We ended up with
little tiny training treats. I’m going to take these and
going to put them on my cookie sheet and then go ahead and
cut the rest of these. then we’ll trow them in the oven. Once I get my cheap belt (?)
I’ll show you what it looks like. I have one pan full. I’m probably be able to fill at least
one more pan. Now what we’re going to do is we’re going to
put these in the oven for about 25 to 30 minutes at 350F/180C and then,
I’ll probably shut the oven off and let it sit in there for a little bit longer
cause I really want them to dry out quite a bit. That will fim them up
and it will be nice and crunchy. For those of you wondering
about storing them? You can store them in an
air tight container. If you dry them out really well, you can store them
in the air tight container out on the counter for about five (5) to seven (7) days. Otherwise if you don’t think they are dry enough, put
them in an air tight container and put them in the fridge. Should be probably good about
two (2) to three (3) weeks. We’re going ahead and pop
these ‘suckers’ in the oven. What you think? Where the puppy?
Oh, wait! Let’s find out! There’s Kira! She’s out! She’s like: “Guys! I’m napping!” “But smelling all these food”
“and napping right here!” [laughs] Alright! The treats are all done!
They are nice and crunchy! I let them cool before I put them
in this container. I ended up with about two (2)
of these jars. We’re going ahead now
and see what they think! Alright Kira! You gotta sit! Sit! Oh good job! That’s for Kira Shelby! What you think? Is it good stuff? There you go Shelby! There’s the real test! Shelby likes it! It’s pretty crunchy! What you think Memphis? Oh man!!
Nice and crunchy! Since they are so little… This is for…
Shelby, this is for Kira! Nice! There you go! Nice, good crunch! Huh? Yeah? What you think Memphis? I think those treats are a WIN! As always you guys! If you want to see more
of our treat videos, there will be some links up in the cards
and down in the video description below. If you end up making these for your dogs
and doing some tricks or training? Tag us on Instagram at
Instagram.com/GoneToTheSnowDogs Tag us on Twitter at
Twitter.com/Gone2TheSnowDog So we can see what you are doing
with your pets and the fun you are having. Leave us some suggestions down below
for what would you like to see in our next treat video. What you think? What you think, huh?
What you think? Alright!
That’s all we have for you guys today! As always… Thanks so much for watching!
Thanks for subscribing! Stay positive and dream big!
We will see you again soon! Nice Memphis!
Nice! [laughs] Good bye Pawdience! ♪ Turn around and roll over, Snow Dog! ♪ ♪ Sing a song with your sweet voice ♪ ♪ I know, You’ve been a good little girl ♪ ♪ We’re Gone To The Snow Dogs ♪ ♪ Come and join us for a new adventure! ♪ ♪ Lots of fun, lots of walks, won’t you come ♪ ♪ into our Siberian world! ♪ ♪ We’re Gone To The Snow Dogs ♪

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  1. YES! We are making treats with Kira! Of COURSE we are making treats with Kira! We decided her first treat video would be a Puppy Training Treat! Remember to SHARE this video and Paw that LIKE button for us!
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  2. I’m getting a Pomsky (Pomeranian and Husky) puppy and I am excited to try and make these treats for my dog.

  3. Woof Woof quick tip you can use a spoon too mix first and mix were you think there will be no wheat flying out the pot so there's no mess and it'll be a bit easier

  4. My German Shepherd is allergic to slot of things or has allergies to lots of things and we are still figuring it all out but these diy trees are awasome and thank you for making theses treats we know that she can't have anything with chicken

  5. OMG KIRA’S SO CUTEπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–β€οΈβ€οΈπŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’πŸ’πŸ’•πŸ€žπŸ»πŸ€žπŸ»πŸ€žπŸ»πŸ˜©πŸ˜©

  6. Have you tried feeding more meats in their regular meals as this can lower chances of health problems. Of course raw feeding takes some research but it would be great if you looked into it for the dogs. By the way, your huskies are so sweetπŸ˜πŸ™ŒπŸ»

  7. Our year old pup is also a Siberian Husky and she loves to speak her mind a lot. I call her The Drama Queen She devil. She rules the yard.

  8. I just got a puppy a few months ago and he is very sensitive to a lot of things in most treats and the training treats we buy are expensive, I started using this recipe about a week ago and it is so much more cheaper and he seems to be working really well with all of the ingredients! Thanks!

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  10. So my can is Libbys 100% pure punking but it has a picture of pumpkin pie on it.. will that work for this recipe

  11. From this to the frozen Kong treat video. Kira has grown like a weed. Very cool. We can watch them grow up.

  12. Can I put a little bit of cinnamon in these? I mean, just for more flavor and a bit of a spice??? I mean, it’s fine if you say no. Just curious

  13. Hey I was wondering if you would consider making a cleaning video because I know that husks shed a lot and you have 3 of them and I was wondering what are your tips in cleaning the house

  14. i had a husky for 8 monts but she was truble maker so my parents kick her out her name is kira and now am crying couse i miss her

  15. Hi,can you help me please. I would like to make the treats with rice flour can you say if it would still be 2 l/2 cups if i used the rice flour? Thanking you

  16. Are they all females? I want to adopt a male for my current male I have who isn’t very territorial so I’m doing some research. Can two males in one house work? My neighbor did it but they had two males and a female so I’m not sure.

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