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Who doesn't love peanut butter? Well, not everyone does. If your dog can't have peanut butter or just doesn't like the flavor, try my best dog birthday cake recipe that does not include this ingredient.
My dogs love peanut butter. In fact, a couple of our cats enjoy peanut butter as well. A lot of the homemade food and treats that I make include this delectable ingredient. These treats are also a limited ingredient option, which makes them ideal for dogs with digestive sensitivities or food allergies.
Making your dog homemade treats is an easy way to boost his nutrition. Commercial dog treats made with high quality ingredients are usually quite expensive. Making homemade treats allows you to control the ingredients used, while also keeping the cost low. These oat dog biscuits use limited ingredients and are very simple to prepare.
This time of year it's nice to give your dog a cool treat to help beat the summer heat. Cold treats are a great way to give your pup some top quality nutrition while also helping to cool him down. My dogs love these fast and simple fruit parfait dog treats and so do I!
Doesn't a cool treat help you feel better on a hot afternoon? Well, the same can be said for your dog. In fact, I like eating frozen snacks all year long, and my dogs do too! These frozen cheeseburger dog treats are a favorite among my pack, and I'm sure your pup will like them too.
These tasty treats are made with carob powder, a healthy substitute for cocoa powder in dog treats. Although it has a slightly different taste, carob powder is much healthier than cocoa and is 100% safe for canines to consume. If you're looking for a safe homemade snack for your pet, these carob dog treats are sure to please your pup.
It is only natural to want to share all of your delicious treats with your best furry friends. Unfortunately, ice cream is one of those tasty snacks that you should not share with your dog. Thankfully, you can make ice cream for dogs that your pet can enjoy!