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We all want to make sure our dogs get the very best from us and these homemade dog treats recipes can help ensure your pup is eating healthy, natural ingredients.
The best part about feeding your dog homemade treats is that you don’t have to worry about any dog food safety recalls and you know that what you are feeding your pup is fresh out of the oven. The only downside is these treats might just disappear extra quick, once your dog finds out where they are stored!
So let’s dive in and check out the recipes, I am sure you will find lots your pup will love. Just as a reminder if your dog has any grass allergies you can always swap out the wheat flour for buckwheat, rice or barley flour instead.
Ready to get baking? It’s time for you,and your pooch, to dive in.
9 Homemade Dog Treats Recipes
4-Ingredient Chicken and Biscuits Homemade Dog Treats
Is there going to be any pup who could resist these chicken flavored treats? I very much doubt it. They are quick and easy to make, and even better can be stored in the freezer. They have even been taste-tested by Finny. Head over and grab the recipe now.
Apple and Chicken Homemade Frozen Dog Treats
Perfect for the summer months, these frozen treats are perfect for cooling your dog down. Made with just apple and chicken broth, they really couldn’t be easier. Plus, you can make them in ice-cube trays so it’s easy to get a big batch ready. Check out the recipe here.
Dog Breath Mint Treats
We don’t like to say it about our best friends, but just between you and me, pew-eeeeee! sometimes they could do with a breath mint. Well, your wish is our command with these tasty dog breath mint treats. Including mint and parsley to freshen your dog’s breath naturally, they are definitely a winner. Check out the recipe here.
Homemade Strawberry Banana Dog Treats
Bone shaped and packed with delicious fruity flavor, these strawberry and banana dog treats are the canine equivalent of the yummiest human dessert you can think of. They also include peanut butter and can be frozen. Your dog thanks you. Grab the recipe here.
Paw Prints Dog Care Package
Sometimes you want to bake as a gift, either to the pup in your life or to a dog-loving friend. The solution is this Paw Print Dog Care Package, which includes Paw Prints Peanut Butter Dog Cookies – give me a yum, yum, yum! Any pup or pet parent will adore this package – what are you waiting for? Find out how to create it today.
Chicken & Cheese Dog Treats
Got a pup who goes cuckoo over cheese? Then you will want to be baking these chicken and cheese treats. They are delicious and ch-easy to make (see what I did there?), and they have been taste-tested by a long line of pups. Grab the recipe here.
Homemade Apple Pumpkin Dog Treats
This might be one you want to save for the Fall when your pup goes Trick-or-Treatin’, and I promise it’s going to be totally treat, no trick involved. Made with just 5 ingredients, these are easy to bake and your dog will probably be able to sniff them out at a five mile radius. Delish! Grab the recipe here.
Peanut Butter Dog Treats Macaron Recipe
Macarons are such a human treat aren’t they? So pretty and such a little taste of heaven. Well now your pup can get involved with these peanut butter flavored macarons. It takes just 15 minutes to make these, and a further 15 minutes to bake – time well spent for your pup’s happiness. Find the recipe here.
Chicken & Parsley Dog Biscuits
These bone shaped dog treats are filling and so tasty that your wish will be your pup’s command, if it means they can get their paws on one of these. Easy to make and the perfect way to spoil your dog. You can find the recipe here.
Homemade Dog Treats Recipes – Pin to Save Them
Have these homemade dog treats recipes inspired you to start baking? Your dog is certainly hoping so. If you want to save the recipes for later, don’t forget to PIN the image below to your dog or baking board.