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Healthy Homemade Dog Treats: These healthy homemade dog treats are the best way to keep your pet up for the snacks and also healthy. Grab a sweet potato and a zucchini and cut long slices out of them. Dehydrate these pieces with a little moist left as the dogs like the leathery texture of such snacks. You can make dozens of these snacks and ...


Homemade Peanut Butter Dog Treats. The best part of these homemade dog treats is that they’re so easy to make. Just a few ingredients – whole wheat flour, oats, peanut butter, an egg, chicken broth, a banana, and nonfat dry milk. These bone-shaped cookie cutters are so cute to use too! I love that they come in different sizes, perfect for ...


Healthy homemade dog treats are easy to make. These recipes include natural ingredients and are wheat-free for dogs with a food allergy. Proper nutrition and weight management are important for your dog’s overall health. Please consult your veterinarian if you have questions about what you should feed your dog. Baked biscuits are great any time Read the full article...


Homemade Low Calorie Dog Treat Recipes. Here are recipes for some of my favorite low calorie dog treats, none contain more than 20 calories per treat. They're pretty varied in terms of ingredients, process, prep time and so on, but each and every one has been dog-taste-tested and approved... and I know your dog/s will enjoy them just as much.


It is so cool how easy it is to make DIY Homemade Dog treats that are healthy and delicious. Thanks so much for sharing. :) Emilia October 29, 2019 at 9:33 PM - Reply. My kitties would like to try the chicken jerky, training tuna treats and the pumpkin treats (sans peanut butter)


MORE RECIPES: 50 Best Homemade Dog Food Recipes. 20 Most Healthy Homemade Dog Food Recipes. 1. Turkey, Rice and Greens Dog Food. Ingredients: 3 lb. ground turkey; 1 Tbsp. olive oil; 2 shredded carrots


If you are concerned about a grain-free diet, talk with your veterinarian. Grain-free treats–like ALL dog treats–should never make up more than 10 percent of your dog’s daily food allowance. Grain-Free Peanut Butter Dog Treat Recipe. Most dogs, ours included, absolutely love peanut butter.


"Healthy Homemade Dog Treats is the ultimate dog treat recipe book. Filled with easy, nutritious, and tasty recipes, it'll have your dog begging for more.” —Dr. Katrina Warren, media veterinarian "You and your dog are both going to love this book. Filled with simple, fresh, and healthy treat recipes for your dog, Serena Faber-Nelson's ...


Farcas says that because treats aren’t necessary for a balanced diet, there’s nothing that necessarily constitutes a “healthy” treat. Be sure not to over-treat. No matter what type of treat you choose, Farcas says to make sure treats don’t make up more than 5-10 percent of your dog’s diet.


7. Homemade (Bacon) Dog Treats. Easy to make and your dog will go crazy for these. Combine whole wheat flour, wheat germ, melted bacon fat (you get to eat the bacon!), 1 egg and water. Mix together into a dough, roll out and cut into small bars, poke little divots into them with a chopstick or something similar, place on a cookie sheet, and bake.