These healthy homemade dog treats pack a lot of fiber and protein into small bites. See the photos and get the recipe here.
Take a look at your pet food label, and if you see any of the following phrases, put the bag or can down and move on to the next product.
What’s a gal to do when she has more blueberries than she can handle? Time to make some blueberry dog treats! Get the recipe here.
What do you think? Aren’t these dog-friendly cupcakes gorgeous? Check out the photos and get the recipe here.
These dog treats are a swirled combination of doughs, creating a gorgeous marbled effect.
One ingredient. Bake it. Let it cool. Done. Simple enough — except you’ll need your oven turned on for several hours.
I’m so in love with how these treats turned out! From the decadently dark cookies to the perfect white center, they’re adorable Oreo replicas.
The black beans make these treats look like chocolate cookies — except they’re definitely dog-friendly.
The versatility of flavors makes this a great recipe to revisit time and time again. Check out this recipe for soft and chewy baby food dog cookies.
In both cases, the pet food companies are accused of — at best — using false or deceptive marketing practices.
Aside from the simplicity of this recipe, you’ll love all the possibilities for delicious flavor variations for your dog.
If you can handle having the oven on for just 20 minutes, you can make these tempting baked dog treats — even during the middle of summer.
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Perfect for summer’s hottest days, these cool treats have almond butter, cinnamon and coconut oil — which is great for your dog’s health.
This recipe for almond butter and banana dog cookies includes rolled oats and parsley for a snack that’s not only delicious but also nutritious for dogs.