Love making homemade cookies and treats? Why leave your pets out when you decide to go whip up goodies in the kitchen? With these homemade recipes for pets both cats and dogs can enjoy, you are sure to find some favorites in our list of ideas. Sugar free, grain free and gluten free options for special diets, high protein and peanut butter munchies, healthy treats for older dogs, catnip treats, organic recipes and more. When you aim to please your special pet, you will absolutely want to try out some the these delicious recipe ideas.
Make your dog’s day by baking some Grain Free Sweet Potato Dog Treats. Sweet potato is a natural source of sugar in dog treats and has plenty of health benefits. They would make great training treats because they are low in calories. I can’t wait to make these for my little fur baby.
These homemade flea prevention dog treats can help keep these annoying parasites off of your canine companion and out of your home. By combining coconut oil and brewers yeast, Health Starts In The Kitchen has created the perfect anti-flea treats.
Is your dog’s birthday coming up? Surprise him with this cute little treat from Sugar and Soul. It’s a homemade treat that’s really great since apples and peanut butter are also crazy good for their health. They’re made with whole wheat flour, yogurt, apples, honey, and peanut butter.
Surprise your pup with these veggie-loaded treats. They are are nutritious, healthy and so easy to make. With the prices of store-bought treats reaching an all-time high, I am going to start making my own and I am going to start with this healthy recipe for my pup.
Our doggies can get bad breath too! Dogs can get bad breath from plaque build-up caused by infrequent brushing, insufficient water intake, or just from the foods they eat. This DIY Doggie Breath Mints will help get rid of your dog’s bad breath no matter the reason so snag the full recipe now from Skinny Ms.
Five wholesome ingredients, only 25 minutes in the oven? Almost too good to be true. But this Peanut Butter and Apple Sauce Cookies recipe is truly healthy, wholesome, and easy to make homemade treats that’s perfect for your best dog bud.
If you didn’t know what your slow cooker is capable of, you’ll be very happy to know that you can now add dog food to the crockpot list. With just a few veggie ingredients you can easily replicate this recipe from Damn Delicious.
These watermelon dog treats will give you all the summer feels not to mention cool your already cool dog down. Not all human foods, including fruits, are appropriate and safe for dogs to consume, but watermelon is one that is certainly a nice treat that you can give your dog every now and then, especially during the hot summer months.
Keep your dogs cool and happy with this Frozen Pumpkin Dog Treat from Pet Guide. Pumpkin can help balance a canine’s digestive system. It is an excellent source of natural fiber, so it could help keep your dog more regular if he is dealing with constipation.
Eggs are a great source of protein and can help an upset stomach. However, eating raw egg whites can give dogs biotin deficiency, so be sure to cook the eggs all the way through before giving them to your pet. So follow along with the recipe from Pawsh Magazine to learn more.