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Dog Treat Recipes

dog-with-treats.jpgDo you ever bake your dog special treats?
Do us a favor – try making these treats for yourself and post the results on our Facebook or Twitter page. 
We can’t wait to see them!

Frozen Dog Treats (aka Pupsicles) Recipe:

2 containers (6 oz. each) plain yogurt
2 tablespoons honey
2 tablespoons peanut butter
1/3 cup regular applesauce (or a 4 oz. snack size portion)

Stir together all ingredients in a mixing bowl with a spoon until well combined. Divide mixture into small paper or plastic cups (or ice cube trays for bitesized treats) and freeze for about 34 hours. Loosen treat by holding cup under warm water from the faucet and serve.

Strawberry & Blueberry Yogurt for Pups

1/2 cup whole Blueberries
1 cup chopped Strawberries
1 cup plain Yogurt

1. Combine all ingredients until mixed.
2. Pour into molds and freeze for at least 4 to 5 hours before serving


Berry Bones

1/2 cup frozen raspberries/blueberries/strawberries, thawed

1/2 cup chicken stock (or water)
TSP coconut oil (optional)
(makes 5 large bones, or a couple of ice cube trays worth)

Simply thaw the berries to room temperature and mix with chicken stock and coconut oil. The latter of which

is optional – we included it because it has so many positive benefits for dogs – it improves their skin & coat,
promotes weight loss, aids digestion and more. And as if that isn’t enough, it adds a really nice dimension,

Now, you may need to heat this mixture up a bit to get the coconut oil to melt. Or let it rise to room temp. Give this mixture the what for with a fork to break up those berries. Then, simply spoon mixture into your mold and freeze. SO EASY. We used frozen berries because they break up better than fresh ones. We're all about making less effort.


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