Flea Buster Biscuit Recipe

Thank you to Winnie Byron for sharing this!!!

Especially if your pet has kidney issues, please take out the garlic or lower the garlic content after checking with your vet. It can be hard on the kidneys and causes issues with blood. You can  sprinkle yeast over the cooking biscuits instead of using garlic. (And I will be tweaking this too because I love it so much!!!)

Flea-Buster Biscuits

yields 8 dozen
2 cups low-salt beef broth
1 cup cornmeal
1cup rolled oats
1/2 cup brewers yeast
1 1/2 cups all purpose flour
3 tablespoons garlic powder (**use with caution**)
2 1/2 cups whole-wheat flour
1/4 cup shredded carrot
1/2 cup olive oil
1 egg, beaten
Preheat oven to 325 degrees. In large bowl, combine dry ingredients. Slowly mix the oil, egg and beef broth with the dry ingredients until well blended. Knead dough on a lightly floured surface for five minutes.
Roll dough to 1/4 inch thickness, and cut into desired shapes with cookie cutter. Use a cookie sheet lined with foil, and bake for 1 hour and 40 minutes.Allow to cool in oven for several hours and then store at room temperature for up to four weeks.

You can make them as fancy as you like!

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  • Hi TT,

    After reading dis article mommy thinks you’s may want to make a disclaimer about de garlic powder since some people may not be’s aware that garlic powder can be dangerous to their kitty. For those who are not aware of the potential dangers, both onions and garlic can be toxic for kitties, and can cause a form of anemia, because of the N-propyl disulphide contained within them.
    🙂

  • Joey123

    Are you an IDIOT? Garlic is HIGHLY TOXIC to dogs and especially cats!!!

    • Anonymous

      It seems to me, “Joey” that you, CatCat, CityKat and Ace are all one person, considering your IP address is the same 71.194.174.85. You are located in Illinois, awfully close to where the ASPCA professional services center is located. Are you really that uninformed and angry that you have to switch IDs to 4 different ones in ONE hour, which really does not give you enough time to read and fact check anything? If you are going to slam a sight, provide links to back up what you say and say it with your actual ID so that you have some sort of credibility.

  • Catcat

    Garlic doesn’t affect cats kidneys. It affects their blood.

    • Anonymous

      Yes it does. Which is filtered by kidneys and animals who have damaged kidneys or weak kidneys are more susceptible to the effects.

    • Anonymous

      It seems to me, “Joey” that you, CatCat, CityKat and Ace are all one person, considering your IP address is the same 71.194.174.85. You are located in Illinois, awfully close to where the ASPCA professional services center is located. Are you really that uninformed and angry that you have to switch IDs to 4 different ones in ONE hour, which really does not give you enough time to read and fact check anything? If you are going to slam a sight, provide links to back up what you say and say it with your actual ID so that you have some sort of credibility.