This past weekend the annual Fillmore Jazz Street Festival was held in San Francisco, packed with arts and craft booths, food vendors, beer gardens, and lots of live music. The Pets Unlimited Shelter & Adoption Center also had a booth set up offering dog and cat treats, biscuits, and goodies to help raise funds for all the shelter animals. To help with the cause, Bear (ahem, Jen) baked up a batch of Bear's Homemade Dog Biscuits to donate to the shelter's bake sale.
Bear's Homemade Dog Biscuits are pretty simple to make, and use ingredients both canines and humans alike can eat: Flour, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Organic Unsweetened Applesauce, Cheddar Cheese, Egg, and Homemade Chicken Stock.
Both Jen and Bear have done taste-tests on them; Jen likens the biscuits to bland crackers, and Bear says they're paw-lickin' good.
Of course, it's the dog bone-shaped cookie cutter that makes all the difference!
Once out of the oven and cooled off, the biscuits were packaged up and ready to go to the bake sale. A list of ingredients was included on the packaging to help out the finicky eaters.
The Pets Unlimited Shelter & Adoption Center bake sale was a success! A little over $2000 was raised from the sale of all the baked goods! Both Bear and Jen like to think that Bear's Homemade Dog Biscuits were in high demand at the sale, and are tail-wagging and smiling (respectively) knowing that some of the money raised for the shelter was a result of their contribution.