Treat your furry friend to a treat that will look so good you’ll want to make one for yourself. These DIY dog treats are an easy way to spoil your pup.
Is your dog spoiled? If they are anything like mine, they are worth every minute and every penny! They deserve every single treat in this list.
DIY Dog Treats
Dog-moms and dads are the best! It’s so fun to spoil our fur babies. And what better way to treat them than to make them something fresh from the kitchen?
In fact, some of the DIY dog treats on this list are so scrumptious-looking that you’ll be tempted to sneak a taste.
They are all filled with healthy ingredients. Your dog won’t even know they are eating something that is good for them. They will just think you love them! Which you do. So very much!
DIY Dog Treat Recipes
Looking for some delicious and healthy homemade dog treats? Look no further! These recipes are sure to please your pup. From bacon-wrapped hot dogs to pumpkin peanut butter cookies, there's something here for everyone. So get cooking and give your furry friend the gift of good health!
The best kind of DIY treats is the one you don’t have to bake. The pumpkin flavor fits best in the fall, but you can serve these bad boys all year long. Since you don’t bake them they have a very soft texture. These are great for dogs that have trouble chewing.
Sweet potatoes are another popular ingredient in dog treats. Their vitamins and minerals are important for dogs of all ages. These treats are actually chewy. So if your dog likes chewing on leather and things like that, then give them these treats.
This is one of the treats on the list that looks like something you’d fix for yourself. They look like little mini pizzas in the shape of bones. They are made with flour, cornmeal, sundried tomatoes, and even some parmesan cheese!
Peanut butter is a popular ingredient in DIY dog treats because it’s a wonderful source of protein. And dogs need protein to keep their muscles strong. This recipe comes with tips for how to make the biscuits better for older dogs.
If your dog can’t have grains or you are trying to keep that out of their diets, then this recipe is for you. There are only 5 ingredients. What gives it the crunch of a biscuit is the rice flour. No grains!