Animal Protein should find a primary place in the diet chart of your dog. Boiled or scrambled egg, chicken, fish, mutton, beef, pork are all commonly eaten at home and are good sources of protein and fats. Chicken is a popular dish in most non-vegetarian Indian kitchens is often shared with the home grown and stray dogs, please ensure to avoid any dinner table offering that entails onion, garlic, excess oil and spices.
Love making homemade cookies and treats?
Why leave your pets out when you decide to go whip up goodies in the kitchen? With these homemade recipes for pets both cats and dogs can enjoy, you are sure to find some favorites in our list of ideas.
- Homemade Dog Biscuits
These homemade dog biscuits made with five ingredients are one of my favorites. You’ll need whole wheat flour, oats, flaxseed,chicken broth, and peanut butter. If you don’t have any fun cookie cutters you can use my living like a bachelor method; use the tops of your shot glasses.
Four ingredients, 30 minute cook time.
- Sweet Potato Fries for Dogs
We all need our veggies, and luckily sweet potato seems to be quite popular with our 4 legged friends. For this homemade dog treat recipe you’ll need a sweet potato, coconut oil, cinnamon, and turmeric. These are a great way for both you and your pup to get in some of your daily vegetable servings – they’re delicious.
Five ingredients, 25 minute cook time.
- Banana Almond Puppy Treats
This a great soft dog treat recipe for puppies and grown dogs alike. And just so you know the smells in your kitchen will be amazing when making these. You’ll need one egg, three fourths cup unsalted almond butter, one third of a banana, and a teaspoon of cinnamon.
Four ingredients, 10 minute bake time.
- Simple Pumpkin Cookies
If you’ve never made pumpkin dogs treats before this is a great recipe to start with. These treats are delicious and easy to prepare. You’ll need one egg, 2/3 cup pure canned or fresh pumpkin, 1/2 tsp cinnamon, and 1 & 1/2 cups of flour.
Four ingredients, 4o minute bake time.
- Salmon & Sweet Potato Dog Treats
These homemade dog treats are perfect for training because they’re soft, making them easy to break into small bite sized pieces. They’re also great for older dogs who don’t love super crunchy treats. You’ll need one can of salmon, one medium sweet potato, two eggs, one third cup coconut flour, and coconut oil for greasing the pan.
Five ingredients, 60-70 minute bake time.
- Easy Dog Cookie Recipe
This dog treat recipe is delicious and simple. If you want to make some good looking dog cookies the icing (yogurt) will give them a nice personalized touch. For this easy recipe you’ll need a half cup cornmeal, six tablespoons of oil, two cups whole wheat flour, four ounces plain yogurt, and and two thirds cut water or broth.
Five ingredients, 35-40 minutes bake time.
- Heart Shaped Cranberry Cookies
These dog cookies are super cute (especially with heart shaped cookie cutters) and they’re easy to make. For this recipe you’ll need 2 eggs, 1.5 cups wheat flour, 1 tbsp. coconut oil, 3 tbsp. coconut flour and a 1/2 cup of dried cranberries.
Five ingredients, 15-20 minute bake time.
- Fruity Frosty Hearts
If your dog loves fruit this dog treat recipe is perfect, and they’re great for novices since there’s no cooking involved. The ingredients you need are watermelon, raspberries & yogurt. You mix those three ingredients together and place them in an ice tray and just wait for them to freeze.
Three ingredients, ready when they’re frozen.
The Benefits of Making Homemade Dog Treats
- You know all the ingredients included in your dog’s treats
- You can easily adjust the portion size
- They’ll make your kitchen smell awesome
- They’re a great way to practice your baking skills
- Your dog will get an extra special treat made by you
These are few simple recipes that your furry four legged friend could relish. And also, it will help strengthen your bond and his love for you.
What are you waiting for? It's time to treat your beloved paws with some handmade love.