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Homemade Dog Treats
December 06, 2017
If you celebrate the holidays, you know what a big part food plays. Especially cookies, bars and homemade candy. Unfortunately, your pup isn’t going to be able to share a big slice of pecan pie with you anytime soon. But if you’re like me, you’ll want to include your pet in the holiday festivities!
Here are some easy Christmas-themed homemade dog treat recipes, packed with nutritious dog-friendly ingredients. Whip a few of these up to stuff your pup’s stocking with!
These adorable mini bones are made of apple and mint (which helps freshen breath and aid digestion) and are super a simple homemade dog treat to make. Bonus, they’re also low in calories.
Preheat oven to 250 F.
Place everything in dough mixer and mix on the dough cycle.
When dough is formed, roll to 1/4 inch thickness.
Using a bone shaped cookie cutter, cut out the shapes. Transfer to a parchment lined cookie sheet.
Bake for one hour, checking to make sure they don’t get too brown.
Let cool until completely dry, preferably overnight.
Treats last up to several months at room temperature.
Twisting the light and dark dough create the candy cane look. They’re perfect for any dog that has a love for peanut butter.
Ingredients for Light Dough
Ingredients for Dark Dough
Not only are cranberries a classic seasonal food for the winter, they are also great for supporting your dog’s immune system, urinary tract, and digestive system. Compared to the previous homemade dog treat recipes, this cranberry cookie combines a bunch of healthy ingredients to pack the most nutritional punch.
As we get into the holiday spirit this season, don’t forget about your pup! We hope these homemade dog treat recipes have inspired you to do a little holiday baking for your dogs! Let us know what you think of the recipes in the comments!