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10 Homemade Treats You Can Make For Your Dogs

Making your own treats might not be as simple as popping into the dog store or pouring them some kibble, but it is also very satisfying.

Our doggies love us, and we love them, and so, what's a little bit of an extra effort to make them something that is yummy, as well as healthy! Homemade treats are not just cost-effective, they're also hygienic and you can customise them to your pooch's needs. Have a geriatric pooch? No problem! Have a doggo with kidney issues, you can customise treats for him too!

1. Doggie Donuts
Yes, you read it right. Imagine how happy your dog will be when you make a donut just for him! All these dog-friendly donuts need is flour, oats, coconut oil, peanut butter and eggs! Check the recipe out here:
https://www.sunnydayfamily.com/2017/01/dog-donuts.html

2. Peanut Butter and Bacon Glazed Bones
DIY bones? Yessir! With bacon? OMG, your dog's eyes are going to glaze over with happiness! All you need is pumpkins, peanut butter, eggs, oil and flour! Here's the recipe:
https://pinchofyum.com/homemade-dog-treats

3. Spinach, Carrot and Zucchini Treats
Have a hard time getting greens and veggies into your dog? This treat recipe will ensure you con your dog into getting his nutrition! For some added yums, you could mix Kennel Kitchen's Chicken or Lamb Chunks in Gravy! Check them out here:
https://damndelicious.net/2015/06/10/spinach-carrot-and-zucchini-dog-treats/

4. Bacon Cheddar Treats
Decadently delicious, but totally healthy! You might just be tempted to try these yourself! All you need is rolled oats, bacon, eggs and cheddar cheese! Find the recipe here:
https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/life/pets/a20707734/cheddar-bacon-dog-treats-recipe/

5. Chicken and Wild Rice Biscuits
These are simple treats to help avoid any upset stomachs, especially if your doggie thrives on a natural diet. You can either use boiled chicken or Kennel Kitchen's Chicken or Lamb Chunks in Gravy!
https://www.carriesexperimentalkitchen.com/chicken-wild-rice-dog-biscuits/

6. Peanut Butter and Coconut Oil Treats
Haven't tried giving coconut oil to your pup? Worry not, it's 100% safe (in limited amounts, please check serving sizes basis your dog's weight), and also nutritious! You can use paw print molds for some really cute cutouts!
https://livelaughrowe.com/peanut-butter-coconut-oil-dog-treats/

7. Heart-shaped Cranberry Cookies
You heart your dog, we know you do! Show them how much you love them with these heart-shaped sweet berry cookies. All you need is almond flour, eggs, coconut oil, coconut flour, cranberries, and love, of course!
https://www.everydaydogmom.com/heart-shaped-cranberry-cookies/

8. Frozen Banana Peanut Butter Pupsicles
The hot months are going to be here again, before we settle comfortably into fall, and then winter. What better than yummy frozen treats to help cool off your canine buddy!
https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/life/pets/a20707585/frozen-dog-treat-pupsicles/

9. Frozen Watermelon Treats
Two-ingredient bones so simple, you'll be done in a jiffy! What's more, your furry friend will love these!
https://www.grrfeisty.com/2016/06/watermelon-pupsicles.html

10. Pumpkin Apple Treats
Two of the best fall flavours, squeezed into one vitamin and fibre-packed doggie treat! All you need is oatmeal, a medium apple, an egg and some pumpkin!
https://threelittleferns.com/2016/10/pumpkin-apple-dog-treats.html

 

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