We have a crazy dog with so much personality. I think she’s confused and thinks she is a human. Maybe it was our fault for choosing the only pesky pup pulling on the ears of her siblings, nipping their tails, and chasing them around their pen. We should have known then what we were in for!
Dog treats often have some questionable, even dangerous ingredients in them. Many of these ingredients to avoid can be found on The Dog Food Project website. Some treats do not even have the ingredients listed. As always, the best way to make sure you know exactly what is in your food, or your pet’s food, in this case, is to make it yourself!
Now that we are halfway through November (when did that happen?!) the pumpkin craze is dwindling down. If you are like me, you have cans of half used pumpkin lining the shelves of your fridge. This is the perfect recipe to use up that leftover pumpkin! And your pup will love you for it!
Recipe adapted from My Baking Addiction
If you don’t have a dog bone cookie cutter you can make any shape you like! Or form round disks, dog biscuits…if you will. This recipe makes about a dozen large bones, or two dozen small bones.Clementine LOVED these treats. Sometimes she doesn’t really care about bones or treats and she will just spit them back out on the floor, or leave them outside. But she gobbled these ones right up!…and then she begged me for more.**Do not use nutmeg in any recipe you will feed your dog, even small amounts can make them sick. Grapes, Raisins, garlic and onions should also be avoided in recipes for dogs.
Have you ever made treats for your pets? What is your favorite recipe!?