Bake a Bone looks like a George Foreman that makes dog biscuits. It says it can make healthier dog treats for your dog, but how well do these treats really turn out, and is it that easy?
Many of the treats available on the market today are not made with the best ingredients for your dog. There are organic dog treats, and those that contain vitamins and minerals that are important for dogs, but there are also plenty that use preservatives and are made with filler ingredients like grains and vegetables.
The makers of Bake a Bone say that you will be able to quickly and easily make homemade dog treats in 3 inch bone form. They also say the free recipe guide that comes with it allows you to make a myriad of different treat recipes so your dog won’t get bored with the same old bland treats day after day.
The major hype here is that you will be able to make an assortment of different dog treats, in all sorts of flavors, and that it’s catering to dog owners that want to give their dogs finer treats than what they can buy at the store. It’s a well-known fact that these owners want to spoil their dogs in many instances, and they are trying to capture that market with this product.
You can get a Bake a Bone system for $38. You can choose to pay all at once or have them break it up for you into two payments of $15, plus the $8 shipping fee so it would be $23 for your first payment. This seems like a reasonable price, especially when you factor in all of the dog treats that you’re not having to buy from the pet store or wherever you currently buy them from. This not only makes financial sense in the short run, but over time you’re saving a bunch.
You will need to learn how to use this, and of course it’s not going to be as easy as simply buying dog biscuits from the store and giving them to your dog. There’s also a time commitment and some babysitting that needs to be done in order for these to turn out right. You’ll also need to shop for the ingredients these use. But if you don’t mind putting in the time, all signs point to this working and helping to save money while providing better quality treats.
The Bake a Bone concept is a solid one because when you have the ability to bake your own dog biscuits you would no longer need to rely on what’s available at the pet store or the supermarket. When you have quality control over your dog’s treats, you can cater to what you know they like, and you can also experiment and find out what their favorite things are.
It’s no secret that the big dog food manufacturers are only looking at the bottom line and trying to figure out how to make dog food and dog treats at the barest expense, for the most profits. This is not a good philosophy for how to make the healthiest treats for dogs, so it’s nice to be able to take matters into your own hands and make them good treats they’ll enjoy.
Some of the treats sound like things humans would want to eat, like snickerpoodle, banana biscotti, and cheese flavored biscuits. You can also make treats that are mint flavored so that you can put a dent in your dog’s bad breath. And they seem to have a pretty good handle on what dogs would like, with flavors like peanut butter and Thanksgiving. You can also make plain ones if your dog is happy enough with just a biscuit. There’s also recipes to follow if you want to give your dog more meat and protein or if you want them to follow a vegetarian diet.
Final Bake a Bone Review
The Bake a Bone dog biscuit maker is getting our Solid Try review, as it gets good feedback from those that have tried it, and the only complaints seem to be that it doesn’t make them fast enough, and it is a pain to clean it up since it isn’t able to be put in the dishwasher. Even those buyers with complaints point out that their dogs enjoy the treats and that the machine does in fact live up to the promise of making edible treats for dogs.
If you want to be able to make your own dog treats, and potentially save money doing so, this is something that is worth trying. If you compare the cost to the gourmet style dog treats you can spoil your dog with, these are a fraction of the price with similar or even better quality.