Golden, soft and chewy, these carrot and almond butter dog treats are sure to please your dog — and they look good enough for you to eat, too.
Want to go beyond the doggy biscuit? It’s time to try out this soft pretzel recipe for dogs!
Got some leftover veggies? Try making these carrot applesauce dog cookies for a convenient — and healthy — treat for your pup.
This recipe gives you a great way to add a few fresh vegetables and fruit to your dog’s diet — in the form of a delicious homemade treat.
Sardine dog treats are a nutritious snack — those little fish have a lot of omega-3 fatty acids, yet they’re also low in calories. Get the recipe here.
Yes, brewer’s yeast has health benefits for dogs, too. Here’s how to make some irrestible brewer’s yeast dog treats using this antioxidant-rich ingredient.
These healthy homemade dog treats pack a lot of fiber and protein into small bites. See the photos and get the recipe here.
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.
Aside from the simplicity of this recipe, you’ll love all the possibilities for delicious flavor variations for your dog.