Simple or Gourmet Dog Treat Recipes
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Share your treat recipes here. Since the theme of this website is healthy pet food and treats, we are looking for good quality canine treat and dog food recipes.
Natural foods are always a good choice when making homemade treats for dogs. Because commercially processed foods contain questionable ingredients like preservatives and chemicals and we're not 100% sure of the long-term effects of these.
By making your own 'gourmet dog treat recipe' you know all the ingredients that go into the treat that your pooch is eating. You can control the cost of treats and food (by making your own, and in some cases by growing vegetables for snacks).
If you have a favorite recipe that your pooch loves, please share it with us.
We like natural, organic and raw foods. And simple treats are always a hit: like chopping up a carrot (or baby carrots). Slices of apples are nutritious. Canines love to crunch, that's why most treats offer the crunch factor.
Not all treats need to be made with a gourmet dog treat recipe: for a quickie treat, try giving an ice cube (or freeze some chicken broth in an ice cube tray and give your pet a real summertime treat!).
Another quickie pooch treat can be made from taking vegetable juice - like V8 - and pouring it into an ice tray. Freeze it - then pop one out for a tasty quick treat. This is a nutritious way to make sure your pet is getting all the vitamins they need from a natural food source.
By making dogs' food and treats at home you are ensuring that they receive the best foods possible. You help them to live a quality, healthy life. Always make sure you use ingredients that are safe for canines.
Seek the advice of your veterinarian when coming up with recipes; you want to make sure that the ingredients you use are the best for your pooch.
And if your pet is sensitive to foods (for example, allergy or digestive issues), always verify any recipes you find on this site with your vet. It pays to be cautious with your pet's digestive health. So many things that can be ingested are very harmful and some even fatal to dogs.
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Simple Homemade Dog Treat Recipes:
Baked Carrot Slices
1 lb bag baby carrots
2 T maple syrup
1/2 cup quick oats
1 1/2 cup wheat flour
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