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Lapford Dog Club Contact: Sara Thurgood Tel: 01363 83081  Email: info@lapforddogclub.co.uk LAPFORD DOG CLUB Victory Hall, Lapford, Devon, EX17 6PZ
Try making your own treats with this easy recipe. You can substitute liver with tuna. Ingredients: 250 gms of liver ox, lamb, pig, or chicken 8 tablespoons of plain flour 2 eggs 8 tablespoons of milk or more or less. You should end up with a sticky goo. Add more flour or milk as appropriate. Put the liver into a food processor and mix to almost a liquid, add the other ingredients and mix together pour into a microwaveable container or oven proof container lightly greased. Microwave for 10-12 minutes on full power or bake in a medium oven for about 30 minutes times will vary depending on the size of your container. You can add garlic and herbs if you like.
Liver Cake Recipe Fun Stuff Tuggies
This is a good way to use up old fleece tops and blankets. Sometimes you can pick up very cheap remnants in fabric shops. Simply cut the fleece into strips 2 or 3 inches wide (5 - 8 cm) and knot one end together tightly, leaving some fabric at the end. It can help to secure the knotted end or get someone else to hold it. Then plait the 3 strips until you have about 4 - 6 inches (10 - 15cm) left or the tug is as long as you want it to be, then knot again tightly. If you want a softer tug, just plait more loosely; plait tightly for a tougher tug.
My Best Friend - Jeremy Lloyd
Save for the humming of the bees And raindrops falling thro' the trees The wood was silent as a grave Whilst shafts of sunlight made a brave Attempt to pierce the velvet gloom As lonely as an empty room
And then a voice called out quite near "So there you are, old chap, come here" And sitting there upon a log Was my best friend, who said: "Good Dog"
Alone was I but not afraid The friend I'd been with must have strayed For tho' I called no answer came And so I called and called again Still no answer came And so I played a splendid game In the bracken wet and thick With my favourite walking stick
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