Healthy Homemade Dog Treats
Because our furry friends deserve nothing but the best.
We love our dogs, so much so that sometimes we take better care of them than we do ourselves. Whether you dress them up in the chicest puppy clothing, let them hog your bed during the night, or throw literal doggy birthday parties for them, there’s no denying that our dogs are part of the family. Want to really take this love to the next level? Well, you can always become their personal chef! This Friday is National Dog Biscuit Day and we’re putting our baking skills to the test and whipping up some homemade treats for our favorite furry friends. Our dogs already love us unconditionally, want to see if it’s possible for them to love you a bit more? Find out with these Healthy Homemade Dog Treats.
Peanut butter treats for your pup? No need to say anything else. Whip up a batch of these babies and your dog will be following you around the house everywhere in search of one.
Next Thanksgiving give your dog two holiday flavors in one – pumpkin and apple! Just make sure you pick up some extra pumpkin for your own pie making, you’re going to want it.
Curb your dogs hunger and (try to) prevent him from begging at your foot with these protein-filled chicken and wild rice treats.
What better way to show your dog some love than by baking a special dessert for them? Just make sure these go to your dog and not yourself…you’re better off stopping at Dunkin Donuts if your sweet tooth starts to kick in.
You know how healthy it is to eat your greens – well the same goes for your pup! Make sure your furry friend gets some of their veggies in with treats made from spinach, carrots, and zucchini.
We all know that dogs have a strong admiration for peanut butter. Add a bit of fruitiness to that though by pairing with bananas for a tasty treat.
You may reach for gum or a breath mint if you need to freshen up your breath, but what should your dog reach for? The answer: this mint and buckwheat dog treat that will freshen up their stinky dog breath with ease.
It’s okay to admit that all these dog treat recipes seriously have your mouth watering. With all the fresh ingredients it’s hard to mistake them for something you’d want to eat. Don’t worry though, the paw prints on these treats make it a bit more obvious who these are intended for.
Made from fresh apples, Greek yogurt, and fresh ginger these tasty treats will have you wondering if they’re actually for you or your dog.
Apple “pupcakes?” Yup, we love it. These pupcakes are super easy to make and filled with fresh apple chunks for a yummy, fruity flavor your dog won’t turn down (do they ever turn down food though?)