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Old 04-24-2012, 09:08 PM   #11
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Cheerios soothe the savage beast. Patron, are you still misbehaving?

Years ago, I helped a bunch of our SpEd kids make and cook natural dog biscuits in the microwave (don't remember the recipe offhand) and we took a field trip to the local Humane Society to deliver them. A good time was had by all!
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Old 06-12-2012, 07:22 PM   #12
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Cheerios soothe the savage beast. Patron, are you still misbehaving?

Years ago, I helped a bunch of our SpEd kids make and cook natural dog biscuits in the microwave (don't remember the recipe offhand) and we took a field trip to the local Humane Society to deliver them. A good time was had by all!
Cool! I hadn't thought of dog treats. I'm always looking for community involvement activities. This has the bonus of cooking involved too. I'll have to do a search for a good, but simple recipe. Thanks for the idea!!
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Old 06-12-2012, 07:40 PM   #13
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Cool! I hadn't thought of dog treats. I'm always looking for community involvement activities. This has the bonus of cooking involved too. I'll have to do a search for a good, but simple recipe. Thanks for the idea!!
Thanks! As I recall, there was chicken boullion and corn meal, along with other stuff. We used a bone-shaped cookie cutter. There are also recipes you can bake in the regular oven.

I took the behavior disordered kids to the HS, they got to see a nice presentation, and we got to visit with the critters.
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We have 2 animal control kennels and a food pantry that would love pet treats. I think this will definitely be one of our projects.
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We have 2 animal control kennels and a food pantry that would love pet treats. I think this will definitely be one of our projects.
If you say, "Pretty Please" I will PM you my humongous list of doggie treat recipes.
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Old 06-12-2012, 11:11 PM   #16
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We have 2 animal control kennels and a food pantry that would love pet treats. I think this will definitely be one of our projects.
The treats are such fun to make, and so appreciated! PF, we need a thread!

Some of my kids also put out boxes at school to collect supplies of dog and cat food, kitty litter, blankets, treats, etc. to donate. The Humane Society is really underutilized as far as a field trip destination. Call in advance, they will love to have you. Bet your Level 3 kids would have a blast! You might want to make sure the facility is wheelchair accessible if need be.
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