I hate to pay the going price of doggie treats—$4 to $8 a pound, or more, and even then they are artificial-looking. I came up with the idea of cutting up hot dogs to use as treats and rewards.
Supermarkets always have cheap, store brand hot dogs for around $2 a pound—even cheaper when on sale. I slice the hot dogs into 1/2-inch pieces and keep these doggie treats in a container in the refrigerator. Now I’m giving our dogs real food instead of treats that look like plastic—at considerable savings per pound. Rachel