Having dogs as a pet must be fun. It almost feel like having your own baby, as well as a faithful buddy. Called as human’s best friend, dogs tend to be easy to care for. The creature really deserves appreciation. While one of the kind guys is at your home, you can do a favor by baking some healthy yet tasty dog treat for your pup. Wouldn’t it be good to see your pet craving for your handmade treats?
You sure can find instant dog treats that come in various size of packaging. But then you can’t guarantee they are healthy enough, unless you are willing to buy the expensive one. Now if you make the treats yourself, you can clearly know what your dog consumes and you are in control of its quality. Of course that will be better for the pet’s health, and can even save you a lot—depends on the ingredients you choose.
Before we get to the dog treat recipes, you might want to read these info about dog’s food. Not all the good ones are perfect for your dog—especially if he has allergy or something; but putting one of those healthy food in the recipe can help your dog have better nutrition.
Easy Dog Treat Recipes
To begin with, you can try this pumpkin dog treat which only requires four ingredients: they are pumpkin puree, peanut butter, almond flour, and egg. Looks healthy, doesn’t it?
And for the second, try this doggie breath mints! What you need will be oats, egg, coconut oil, mints and parsley, and some water.
And then, your dog might love this cheesy treats that look just so tasty. The ingredients are flour, milk, grated cheddar cheese, and a little bit of applesauce and also olive oil, and also cinnamon.
Next, we also have these no-bake dog treat recipes for you. Easier to make, yet consequently, they can’t be kept long.
Firstly, you can try this peanut butter oat balls. The ingredients you need are ¾ cup of peanut butter, ¼ tablespoon cinnamon, and 1 cup of oatmeal. Mix them up and add up some water into the dough until it’s not too sticky.
Secondly, you may also like this vegetarian treats. You will need a ripe banana, ½ can of pumpkin puree, 1 tablespoon honey, ½ teaspoon baking powder, and 1 ½ cups whole wheat flour to make the dough.
Look just great, don’t they?