10 Easy Homemade Dog Treats

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The low-calorie, crunchy, and safe properties of cucumbers make them popular with dogs.

Half a cup of cucumber slices has only 8 calories, compared to 40 calories in a medium Milk Bone biscuit, and is very low in sodium and fat.

Cucumbers are low in calories, so they make excellent snacks for people and dogs.

They are low in sodium and fat.Even though they are a healthy dog food choice, they should still be taken in moderation.

Even too much of a good thing isn’t always a good thing. It can cause gastrointestinal upset if given too often or in too high of an amount.

There are lots of health benefits of coconut for your fur babies. They are high in dietary fiber – which is good for their gut health.

The fatty acids in coconut will give your dog a shiny coat and even help them if they have dry skin.

When you make your own dog treats, you know exactly what is in them.

Store-bought treats can have questionable ingredients. This way, you can control how sweet they are or make substitutions if your dog has food sensitivities or allergies.

Dogs love these healthy and refreshing homemade frozen dog treats on a hot day. And dog mamas love them because they are easy to make with only three ingredients!

These homemade treats are filled with dog-friendly fruits.

And gut-healthy yogurt. It is a simple recipe. But, I try to keep all my homemade dog treat recipes easy and with as few ingredients as possible.

Using a small number of healthy natural ingredients is better for your dog’s tummy too.

These quick and easy frozen delights require no baking and use only five ingredients.

Like a nutrient-packed smoothie, these super cute treats make for a refreshing summer snack or a perfect Valentine’s Day treat to show your dog how much you love them.

Before you make any homemade dog treats for your pet, be sure they do not have any allergies or food issues.

You don’t want a nice treat for your god to turn into a hefty vet bill. Test out the treat by first giving the dog a small portion of the treats.

Wait a few days to make sure they don’t have any problems digesting the food.

Store your treats in a zip-top freezer bag to extend the shelf life of the treats, and help keep them fresh for up to 4 months.

As a pet owner, it’s only natural for you to want to give your furry friend the best, most delightful treats. And what’s better than an easy to make homemade and easy-to-make snack for your furry friend? 

Introducing frozen applesauce and pumpkin dog treats – a tasty treat that is perfect for a hot summer day.

For this recipe you can use either homemade applesauce or store bought applesauce.

Just make sure that the one you are using is plain, unsweetened applesauce.

You don’t want any added sugar or other flavors in the applesauce you use.

These 2 Ingredient Frozen Peanut Butter Banana Dog Treats are an amazing snack for your furry friend. All natural and organic, these easy treats will leave your pup feeling healthy and happy!

I’m switching things up a bit today with a different kind of recipe.

This one is for our four legged doggy friends.

However, despite the fact that I meant it for dogs, we humans could eat it too.

In fact, you could eat it alongside your dog. The hubs does.

If you’re looking for a chicken jerky recipe that’s easy, healthy, and one your fur baby will love then you need to try this one! Don’t have a dehydrator?

The best part about this recipe is it only has one ingredient.

That’s right … just one. CHICKEN! There are no preservatives added. No sugar. No salt. Nothing extra. Just chicken. 

These chicken dog biscuits are so easy to make, you’ll never buy store-bought again!

I’ve made my own dog biscuits for over 10 years now.

It started with the pet treat scare out of China all those years ago. When I make my own, at least I know what they are eating and won’t be poisoned!!

A quick and easy way to cut them is to use a pizza cutter and cut to the size you want.

I got the fancy shape from these dog biscuit cutters if you’d like to be fancy or give some as a gift to your dog loving friends.

This is a good recipe for making smaller batches so your pooch always has fresh!

I don’t know about you, but my Rhubarb LOVES to chew! So it’s important that I always have dog chews at the ready to keep her entertained and engaged (and prevent her from chewing things like shoes and the couch).

This simple and wholesome recipe, requiring just two ingredients, is a delightful treat that will keep your dog entertained while satisfying their natural instinct to chew.

With the combination of carrots and flavorful bone broth, these frozen chews are not only delicious but also packed with nutrients. Let’s cook!

Dogs love these healthy and refreshing homemade frozen dog treats on a hot day. And dog mamas love them because they are easy to make with only three ingredients!

Our dog Fritz loves to sit in the sun during the summer.

In addition to water, we use homemade frozen treats to help keep him cool on hot summer days.


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