Last Updated on November 5, 2022 by ellen
Check out these homemade doggie treats you can make for your pup! It’s always fun to see that spark of happiness in your dog’s eyes when you offer them a special treat. While store-bought dog treats can certainly work for every day, it’s nice to do something special sometimes.
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Homemade Doggie Treats
To make homemade doggie treats, you may want to invest in a dog bone shaped cookie cutter. It makes it a lot easier to create a dog bone shape. It will also be helpful to have a silicon cupcake mold and a paw-shaped mold.
What are the best treats for dogs?
When making treats or dog food, it’s very important to understand what foods your dog can and cannot eat. Just because we eat it, doesn’t mean that it’s safe for our pups to have. So, this post by the American Kennel Club tells you exactly what you can feed your dog.
Can you use regular flour to make dog treats?
Yes, you can use all-purpose white flour to make homemade doggie treats. However, wheat flour is a much better choice nutritionally. So, try going half and half if you’re not sure if your pup will like it.
Can dogs have peanut butter and banana?
Most definitely! Dogs generally love both peanut butter and banana. But, it’s very important to make sure that your peanut butter does not contain xylitol. That is deadly to dogs so be sure to check the ingredients label. However, you may want to try almond butter as well. Just remember, moderation is key.
What are the best treats for dogs?
When choosing a treat for dogs, remember that treats should be an occasional reward, not something they eat several times a day. But, by making your own homemade doggie treats you can be in control of the ingredients.
Homemade dog treats recipes
So, here are a few homemade doggie treats recipes that you can make today.
Homemade Dog Treats with Bacon Peanut Butter Glaze – Pinch of Yum
Healthy Homemade Dog Treats – Wholefully
Chewy Sweet Potato Dog Treats – Bitz n Giggles
Homemade Peanut Butter Dog Treats – Sally’s Baking Addiction
Carrot Banana Natural Dog Treats – 17 Apart
Homemade Chicken Jerky – Proud Dog Mom
Frozen Coconut Oil and Blueberry Dog Treats – Hello Nature
Peanut Butter Pupcakes with Milk Bone Topper – Sunny Sweet Days
Copycat Frosty Paws – Not Quite Susie
Peanut Butter Gummies – Dream a Little Bigger
Chewy Cheddar Puppy Puffs – Bitz n Giggles
Homemade Apple Chip Dog Treats – First Home Love Life
Frozen Peanut Butter Berry Pops Dog Treats – A Cultivated Nest
Doggie Veggie Frittatas – Proud Dog Mom
Sweet Potato Pretzel Dog Treats – Brown-Eyed Baker
Pops Pizza Dog Treats – The Cottage Market
Dog Waffles – The Homespun Chics
Frozen Dog Treats – Baking Mischief
Dog Donuts – Sunny Day Family
DIY Chicken Jello Dog Treats – Proud Dog Mom
Now, check out these healthy homemade dog treats recipes for a few more ideas.
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2 thoughts on “Homemade Doggie Treats Your Pup Will Love”
About 2 years ago we adopted an 8 year old chorky. she has a doggy door to go outside, and usually uses it. But there is the occasional puddle on the carpet. I am going to put down a couple of puppy pads in a designated area. But, if she persists in using the carpet how do I reprimand her?
Thanks for stopping by. The first thing to do is determine why she isn’t going outside. Is the weather bad when this happens? Is the door convenient for her and easy to get in and out of? Does she have any potential health issues that are influencing this? I would recommend speaking to her vet. I’ve also had very good luck with Doggie Lawn I wrote about here: https://other-peoples-pets.com/first-time-puppy-owner-tips/ Best of luck!