Last Updated on January 7, 2023 by ellen
Have you ever made homemade cat and dog Christmas treats? Check out these Christmas treats for cats and dogs you can make this year.
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Homemade Cat and Dog Christmas Treats
These homemade Christmas treats for your dog or cat work for clients as well as for your pets. Of course, if you have friends and family with pets, you can make some for them too. It is Christmas. Everyone deserves a treat, even our pets.
Why not get a few special toys for your pet this year? I really like these pet toys and tug ropes.
Of course, if your pet has a weight problem, you may want to consider not giving them edible treats as a gift. Be sure to check with your pet’s veterinarian if they are on a strict diet. You can always make them a toy or special treat instead. Check out these pet toys.
Christmas Treats for Cats and Dogs
Most of these treats are specific to either dogs or cats. Remember that they have different dietary needs so choose the one that is the most appropriate for your pet.
You’ll also find a few that are grain-free for those that have allergies to grains to deal with. It’s important you check with the pet’s owners before you give them any sort of edible treat.
- Candy cane dog treats
- Christmas dog treats
- Homemade cat treats
- Homemade peanut butter dog treats
- Chicken dog treats recipe
- Spinach and chicken cat treat
- Grain-free dog treats (allergy-friendly)
- Homemade dog training treats recipe
- Flea prevention dog treats
- Figaro’s favorite cat treats
- Three ingredient salmon cat treats
- All-natural pet treats (good for dogs or cats)
- Salmon and catnip cat treats
- Chicken biscuits dog treat
- Homemade yogurt dog treats
- Keto dog treats recipe
Will you be making your dog or cat homemade Christmas treats this year? Or have you made them in the past?
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Ellen is a busy mom of a 24-year-old son and 29-year-old daughter. She owns six blogs and is addicted to social media. She has been running a small pet sitting business in southern Vermont for the past five years. She’s a proud Mommy to a shelter kitty named Scout. If you’d like to work together, email email@example.com to chat.