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Need help with doggie holiday gift

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Mollie Jo- CGC

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Barked: Mon Nov 14, '11 7:51am PST 
I am making a gift for a dog neighbor and wanting to do something along the lines of "Snowman Soup" but all doggie safe items and doggie themed. Any ideas know of a recipe? thanks
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Squ'mey

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Barked: Mon Nov 14, '11 9:26am PST 
Hmmm...can you clarify a bit more. I know soup would go right through my dogs..& probably would be the same consistency coming out as it did going inlaugh out loud
I have been baking for about a month for my doggy pals. I have baggies with their names in the freezer, & every time I make a batch of treats I add a few to each bag.
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Nakita Mae- Angel Girl

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Barked: Tue Nov 15, '11 8:43am PST 
We love baking for our canine friends, I am not sure what you mean by "snowman soup" but if it is along the lines of snowman theme, maybe you can bake treats in snowman shapes. My dog mom/dad friends all love these treats and always tell me that they would rather have treats for the dogs than treats for themselves.
Happy dogidays.
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