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How to Make Icing for Dog Cookies

How to Make Icing for Dog Cookies

Do you celebrate your dog's birthday or "gotcha day"? Us too! We love our pets at The Cookie Countess and our baker Wil developed this recipe for dog safe cookie icing. You can even color this icing using pet-safe natural food colors.

Common sense statement: Remember, always ask your vet before feeding your dog something new for the first time. Do not decorate dog cookies with sprinkles, edible glitter, synthetic dyes, or anything that would pose a choking hazard.

Looking for a dog treat cookie mix? Try Ours!

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Katie Thibeault - January 12, 2023

We are a cat family but I never see anything for cat treats? Are there any types of icing or recipes for our other furry friends. Thank so much!!
The Cookie Countess replied:
We’re not sure! We will look into this.

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