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10 Woof-tastic Dog Treat Recipes

When you wanna show Fido some love, go straight for his stomach. Man’s best friend deserves the best. Enjoy these 10 Woof-tastic Dog Treat Recipes!

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1. Easy DIY Sweet Potato Dog Chews

Sweet potato dog treat

My pet store sells these sweet potato chews which Chickpea dog loves, but they are like $8 for a package, which I swear is barely 1 potato worth of slices. Seems a bit silly to me when there is only one ingredient.

From: ItDoesntTasteLikeChicken

2. Chicken Jerkey Dog Treats

Chicken Jersey Dog Treat

Looking for a way to treat your pup but avoiding treats from China due to all the scary ingredients? This simple Chicken Jerky Dog Treats recipe is a great way to do just that. Just like us, the best diet for your canine is one lacking in artificial ingredients and comprised of mainly whole foods. Just 3 simple ingredients make up this yummy chew and with a bit more seasoning is even edible for people consumption!

From: HomemadeDogTreatsNow

3. Peanut Butter & Banana Dog Biscuit Recipe

Dog biscuit

There are many different ways to make dog biscuits. Most dog treat recipes call for either peanut butter, pumpkin or sweet potato.  To match the color of Biscuit himself, we went with banana and peanut butter dog treats and kept the ingredients simple with what we already had on hand.

From: FindingZest

4. Healthy Peanut Butter Coconut Oil Dog Treats

Coconut oil dog treat

After doing some more research and reading plenty of articles on the health benefits of coconut oil, I have learned that there are hundreds of benefits of coconut oil, not just for humans, but dogs as well! I hope your doggy enjoys this healthy & homemade coconut oil & peanut butter dog treat!

From: HouseOfFur

5. Ice Cream For Dogs

Dog ice cream

The word “ridiculous” means nothing to Ruby and I. We made a batch of ice cream treats for Toby and are darn proud with how they turned out! Now every time we open the freezer, he’s right there hoping for one. The local ice cream shop in town sells dog ice cream.

From: GluesticksBlog

6. Peanut Butter Bacon Dog Donuts

Dog donut

So what does happen when you give a dog a donut? Ours gobbled these up and begged for more! Fortunately, they are super easy and fun to make with the kids, so I’m sure we’ll be doing it again soon. Here’s the how to.

From: SunnyDayFamily

7. Peanut Butter Pupcakes


Why do humans only get to eat cupcakes for celebrations? Well not any more. Yay for Pupcakes! Your doggie is going to love these!  These pupcakes take celebrating your dog to the next level. These Milk-Bone® Peanut Butter Pupcakes will show your pup just how much you love them.

From: SincerelyJean

8. Frozen Watermelon Dog Treats

Watermelon dog treat

Last year I dipped a foot into the pupsicle (<–that word will never stop being so delightfully stupid) pond and made Birthday Cupcake Dog Popsicles. This summer, I wanted something a little simpler and just happened to have a big container of yogurt and some watermelon handy, so I whipped up these Watermelon and Yogurt Frozen Dog Treats.

From: BakingMischief

9. Spiced Apple Gummy Dog Treats

Gummy dog treat

Yummy, healthy, and easy to make! These spiced apple gummy dog treats are quick and delicious. Like most gummy treats, they’re low guilt at our place where the dogs absolutely love their gummy treats and we love that they are getting the health benefits of quality gelatin (I typically use Great Lakes beef gelatin) in sneaky “treat” form.

From: DalmatianDIY

10. Homemade Strawberry Banana Dog Treats

Straw banana dog treat

These homemade dog treats are loaded with strawberries, bananas, peanut butter, and oats. Everything you need to keep your dog happy and energized!

From: TheCozyCook

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