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5 Homemade Dog Biscuit Recipes

National Dog Biscuit day is here and these recipes are perfect for you to make for your dog and their friends. So, start planning a doggie play date for a time when you and your friends can go on a baking spree and make these 5 homemade dog biscuit recipes that will make their tails wag! Peanut Butter Biscuits Peanut Butter Biscuits are always a huge hit. They are easy to make and form into a customized shape too. Break out the cookie cutters and get to work! At 350 degrees, pop these puppies in for around 15-20 minutes until fully…

Dog Friendly Birthday Cake

It’s your dogs birthday and it’s essential to celebrate! What’s a better way to spoil your pet than with some dog friendly birthday cake? These recipes are very mild and are suitable for most dogs. However, don’t forget that if your dog has a sensitive stomach or a special prescription diet, please consult your veterinarian before feeding them any cake. Get the banners and confetti out; here are some amazing and healthy recipes to try at home today! Don’t be afraid to dress them up and sprinkle some dog treats or kibble on top too! Apple Banana Cake with Peanut…

3 Pupsicle Recipes for Your Dog

Pupsicles are one of the best forms of enrichment we can offer our dogs. They are fun and easy to make, but you can also store them in the freezer for months! A cold treat on a hot summer day is exactly what your dog is begging for. Keep reading to find out 3 pupsicles recipes for your dog that are healthy and safe. Smoothie Pupsicle Recipe Using the blender to mix up ingredients is a great way to make many pupsicles at one time. Simply add their favorite fruit, yogurt, and a fun flavor such as peanut butter or…

How To Make Dog Ice Cream

Make A Healthy and Easy Ice Cream For Your Dog There are many benefits of making your own healthy dog ice cream, rather than buying it from the store. When summer hits, trips to the ice cream shop become more frequent and dogs are usually welcome! Ice cream can be a delicious, fun treat for humans, but is very unhealthy for dogs. Typical ice cream is packed with sugar, heavy cream, and often chocolate and other ingredients that are unsafe for dogs. So, we are going to teach you how to make healthy ice cream for your dog for the…

Pumpkin Spice Puppaccino

Ready to enjoy some PSL with your dog! This easy dog-friendly pumpkin spice puppaccino recipe is a healthy treat that your pup can enjoy all fall long and even as a frozen summer treat as well! Prep Time 10 min Serving Size 2 Ingredients & Tools 1 Can of pumpkin puree1 Cup of plain low fat yogurtFat free whip creamPinch of cinnamon BlenderMug or dog bowl Directions Blend pumpkin puree and yogurt together in blender until mixed well.Scoop out into a cute mug or doggie bow.Top with whip cream and add a pinch of cinnamon for the perfect Pumpkin Spice…

How To Choose Training Treats For Your Dog

Treats are a training tool for a dog owner, just like a leash is a training tool. This means that many dog owners want to weigh the pros and cons of offering their dog treats when they are training them to do a new command or learn a new skill. Owners will wonder if offering a treat means that their dog will be better trained to remember commands and behave themselves. It all depends on who you talk to as to if you should use treats to train your dog. Even trainers are divided on the opinion as to whether…

Sugary Treat Alternatives

There’s no doubt about it, dogs love treats. Whether it’s store-bought or something you’re snacking on, your pooch will happily devour it if given the chance. However, we want them to live long and healthy lives so we may not feed them everything they want. Sugar in dog treats? Did you know that many manufactured dog treats contain sugar? Companies put sugar in their treats mainly for texture but it operates as a preservative too. If you’re searching for a dog treat, be sure to read the labels before you buy. Check to make sure the treats don’t have artificial…

DIY Salmon Dog Treats for Training

Our dogs show us love with sweet kisses, and we often show it back by giving them one of their favorite treats. In the case of training, however, our dog does something good and we reward with a treat to enforce the behavior. In recent studies, using food as a motivator has been proven to increase response time in dogs. This particular study found that food shortened the length of time taken to complete the response to the command. However, this difference occurred only in the early training phase and not later in the process. So, once your dog learns…

3 Dog Treats to Hide Pills In

Getting your dog to swallow a pill can be more than challenging- it can be close to impossible. Finding dog treats to hide pills in effectively is also a challenge. Dogs are sneaky when it comes to eating meds. Our dog has eaten every piece kibble of in the bowl, except the wrapped-up pill. They have also held medication in their mouth for ages just to spit it up again. We have seen it all. There is store bought option such as Pill Pockets, but they are pretty expensive. If you have a pup that needs daily medications, buying pre-made…

Wheat Free Dog Treats

Finding treats you can give your dog when they’re allergic to wheat or things like preservatives can be difficult. Store bought treats are often packed full of mysterious ingredients that lack nutritional value. There are healthier, store bought, treats that don’t contain wheat or a bunch of chemicals – but they can be expensive, and hard to come by. Instead of trying to sift through the store isles for wheat-free dog treats why not whip up a batch of your own? These three recipes for dog treats without wheat are super easy and made with ingredients that are not only…