By: Casper Galaxy
When buying a dog treat in the store, there are often times so many ingredients on the label it’s hard to know what you’re actually feeding your dog. A fun alternative to store-bought dog treats is making some yourself! We found 6 different dog treat recipes that you can make in your own home. The peace of mind that comes with knowing what you’re feeding your dog is well worth the extra effort.
Here’s another use for those overripe bananas besides banana bread. The dried banana decoration on top is just adorable! With only 3 ingredients, it’s a super simple recipe for your banana loving dog.
You can try your hand at cooking this tasty treat by following the recipe here.
This is the perfect treat for those hot summer days where your pup needs to cool off. If you substitute any fruits in this recipe, remember that not all fruits are safe for dogs to consume. You can check a list of fruits and vegetables that are safe or harmful to dogs here.
Create your own frozen treats using the recipe here.
If you’re looking for simple, then look no further. This recipe has only one ingredient! Sweet potatoes are extremely beneficial to your dog, as well as delicious! They’ll have fun chewing on these, and you can rest easy knowing that there’s no harmful preservatives in them.
Make your own homemade dog chews using the recipe here.
A yummy fall-themed treat, this recipe has pumpkin, an apple, oats, and an egg. How simple is that? Make sure that any time you are feeding your dog apples that the core and seeds are removed.
Do it yourself using the recipe here.
Blueberries are wonderful snacks for dogs that are high in antioxidants, fiber, and vitamin C. These treats can be made in any size or shape you’d like! Parsley is listed as an optional ingredient, which would add some fresh breath power!
Bake up your own blueberry dog treats using the recipe here.
Make sure to always thoroughly research anything you want to feed to your dog. Not all dogs are capable of eating the same things and allergies should always be taken into consideration. If you are unsure about feeding your dog something new, you can always ask your vet!