Dogs love doggie treats. But did you ever wonder whether you could eat one, or what it would taste like? Dog biscuits are made of flour, egg and milk…then they’re flavored to taste like meat or fish. If that sounds yummy to you, check out those 10 pet-food bakers in Missouri who baked the world’s biggest doggie treat. It weighed a whopping 617 pounds. Plenty to share with you – and your dog!
Wee ones: If you mix corn flour, milk, egg, ground chicken, and fish juice to make doggie biscuits, how many foods did you use?
Little kids: If your dog gets 2 treats every day for doing tricks, how many treats does she get in in a stretch of 5 days? Try to count up by 2s! Bonus: If you give your dog 1 treat for every trick, but 3 treats instead for every 3rd trick (starting on the 3rd), how many treats does she get for 6 tricks?
Big kids: If you and your dog start eating doggie treats on a Tuesday, and he eats 4 per day while you eat 2 per day, on what day do you guys finish a 20-treat box? Bonus: How many more treats than you will your dog eat in a 31-day month?
The sky’s the limit: If you’re baking 36 treats and all the neighborhood dogs smell them and come running, how many dogs could show up such that you could split the treats equally among them? (You can count just the visiting dogs, not your own dog…but at least 2 dogs show up.)
Wee ones: 5 foods.
Little kids: 10 treats. Bonus: 10 treats again.
Big kids: On Friday, since by end of Thursday you’ve eaten 18 in total. Bonus: 62 more, since the dog eats 2 extra each day.
The sky’s the limit: You could have: 2 dogs, 3, 4, 6, 9, 12, 18, or 36 dogs and divide up the treats equally.