I used to ignore dog treat recipes if I didn’t have 1 of the ingredients on hand. This handy chart shows how to make homemade dog treats with 3 ingredients. Plus some handy substitutions for dogs!
Homemade Dog Treats
Dog moms share their favorite homemade dog treat recipes using dog-friendly human foods that you already have on hand in your pantry and refrigerator. Plus tips & tricks for making quick and easy homemade dog recipes from scratch!
I’ve tried a BUNCH of recipes for DIY dog breath treats. Very few dramatically effect a dog’s bad breath. These are the ones I’ve found to have the greatest effect.
Freshpet is the only brand of fresh, refrigerated pet food in the stores (in the pet food aisle). See why I – and my dog – LOVE Freshpet Ready to Bake Cookies for dogs.
These dog recipes would work great ANY time of year, not just Halloween. In addition to the homemade dog treats recipes, you’ll find some fun ways to give dogs their Halloween treats.
Tips for stuffing frozen Kong toys that your dog will enjoy on a hot summer day. Plus, lots of homemade frozen dog treat recipes!
Ice cream and birthday cake for dogs are 2 simple things that can turn an average day into a dog birthday party! Here are some dog cake recipes to try, plus the inside scoop on how we include our dogs when we go to Dairy Queen.
Dog treats can be expensive. Plus, the ingredients in them aren’t always best for your dog. Commercial dog treats can have preservatives, food coloring and other things that you may not want your dog to eat. Here’s a collection of homemade dog treat recipes that are healthy AND tasty – dogs love ’em!
We began with the Peanut Butter Puppy Poppers homemade dog treat recipe. It’s very easy, only 4 ingredients. Then the Bacon Bits for Dogs recipe — I never met a dog that didn’t like bacon. Finally, we tried the Canine Carrot Cookies — my dogs adore carrots. Then made our own homemade dog treats. We call our recipe: Peanut Butter Puppers.
Pooch Smoothies are ice cube sized popsicle treats for your dog — minus the stick. You might also call them Yogurt Cups for Pups… or Puppy Popsicles. The best part: They’re made with all the same ingredients you would use to make a Fruit Smoothie for yourself! Here’s how to make them.
Rachel Ray has a fairly decent collection of pet recipes that look fun & easy to make, including: Dog Casserole, Oatmeal, Bananas & Peanut Butter Breakfast, Peanut, Orange & Carrot Salad, Doggie Pasta & Meatballs, Mini Burgers Doggie Sliders, Chicken & Rice, Ham & Cheese Sandwiches, Meat & Potato Hash, Bacon, Cheese & Barley Burgers, Chicken BLT, Olive Oil & Bacon Truffles, Sweet Potatoes, Carrots & Chicken, Peanut Butter & Carob Biscotti, Banana & Berry Pooch Smoothie, Butternut Squash Mac & Cheddar, Pumpkin Barley With Turkey, and Pooch Pate On Toast.