Our Favorite Recipe for Homemade Dog Treats
If your dog is like most, he watches in awe whenever you pull food out of the oven. And if you’re like most dog lovers, you want to give him every scrap of food he’s begging for. But unfortunately, giving dogs human food from the table is frowned upon for a few reasons — most importantly, it can affect Fido’s health.
But alas! If you love spoiling your pup with homemade treats, there is a safe way to do so. Recently, Diana Hall of Camp Bow Wow Burnsville visited the Kare 11 studio to share her recipe for homemade dog treats.
Making Homemade Dog Treats
If your pup is a fan of peanut butter, we’ve got the recipe for you (or should we say, Fido). For these treats, all you need is:
- 1 cup flour
- ½ cup organic peanut butter
- 2 eggs
- 2 tbsp water
Mix your ingredients together until they form into dough. Roll them out as you would cookies and cut them into different shapes. Bake them for 20 minutes at 350 degrees Fahrenheit and you’ll have treats that smell so good you’ll want to take a bite!
Why Choose Homemade?
With hundreds, dare we say thousands of premade dog treats on the market, some may ask, “why spend the time baking them?”
- You enjoy baking for the ones you love. Just like you make food for loved ones in your family, many people enjoy making their furry friend fresh treats.
- You know exactly what’s in them. When you buy dog food from a store, it’s hard to know exactly what ingredients you’re giving to your pup. Especially if your dog has a sensitive stomach or food allergies, making his snacks can help you control his diet.
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