As wonderful as Sonny is, he needs a bit of fine tuning in the training department. He can sit, but he has no interest in lying down. He can come, but has no idea what a ball is and has clearly never played a day of fetch in his life. He's very good at playing deaf, but when you have a treat in your hand, he is an excellent listener. Enter homemade dog biscuits. Simple, wholesome, package/paper-free and small enough to be able to reward him a few times throughout the day without him getting all rollie pollie.
I'd tell you what he thinks of the taste, but I am pretty sure he inhales them before his tastebuds even get a chance to experience the peanut butter goodness.
2 1/2 cups wholewheat flour
1/2 cups oats
3 tbs peanut butter
1/2 cup water
1/2 cup sunflower oil
dash of vanilla
dash of cinnamon
Mix wet ingredients together and then add to dry ingredients until you have a doughy ball.
Add extra flour to the ball and knead a bit, then roll out into a large patty 3-4 cm thick. Cut into desired shapes (or just roll small balls and flatten with your thumb if you don't have a cookie cutter)
Bake for 15-20 minutes at 200˚C.
(In reality, dogs actually have very little tastebuds and 'taste' everything with their sense of smell)