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You probably already have a lot of ingredients on hand to make a healthy and nutritious homemade treat for your pooch. A basic recipe includes whole wheat flour, peanut butter, oats, low sodium beef or chicken broth and cooked brown rice. Let your creativity and knowledge of your dog's preferences guide the way when including fresh vegetables. For example, if you know your dog is indifferent to peas, but goes wild for carrots and broccoli, leave the peas out of the recipe and use carrots and broccoli instead. Or substitute pumpkin for zucchini if that's her palate's preference. It's all about making a treat for your furry friend that she'll love. The fact that it's good for her is a bonus.

Should your dog have vegetarian dog food and vegan dog treats? Find out what you should consider when choosing your dog's treats and dog treat recipes.

Do you, or your dog, think that healthy is synonymous with tasteless? Or maybe that you have to settle on giving your dog only carrot sticks and other vegetables for her healthy treats? You'll both be happy to know that there are many flavorful options and even yummier healthy dog treat recipes!

Make Homemade Dog Treat Recipes for Your Dog

Nov 12, 2012 - Substitute just about any fruit or vegetable in this great vegetarian dog-treat recipe to add variety There are several vegetarian dog treat recipes here, including: pumpkin dog treat cookies, gingerbread dog treats, veggie bones, minty fresh herbal dog treats, and baggins biscuits to name a few. So, if you are a vegetarian and you want your dog to be too, this can be a great place to find veggie treats for your dog.

DIY 3-Ingredient Vegan Dog Treats - The Plant Philosophy

Since it's one of the sweetest of all the vegetables, just like the name implies, you'll have no trouble getting your dog to try this dog treat recipe.

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Carrot & Banana Natural Dog Treat
Speaking of healthy, natural ingredients, this dog treat recipe packs a double punch of a fruit and vegetable. Between the carrot and banana, your dog will get a boost of vitamins in a treat that tastes great.Now that we know what not to put in canine food, let’s focus on the positive. Most fruits, vegetables, and grains are safe for dogs, and healthy choices like carrots, bananas, peanut butter, carob, and oats can be made into tasty bites so good that you might find yourself sharing with Fido. Feel free to improvise by combining flour or oats, organic veg-based baby food, peanut butter, and shredded veggies to find your dog’s favorite flavors, or skip the brainstorming and check out one of the many vegan treat recipes already available. are a no-brainer, and the six simple ingredients needed might already be in your kitchen. If your pup is always gazing up at you with Precious Moments eyes when you’re indulging in chocolate, relieve your guilt by baking up wheat-free that have the sweet cocoa flavor minus the poison factor. If your dog is celebrating a birthday or has just been extra-good (saved you from a fire, folded your laundry, is heartbreakingly cute every single day), step it up by whipping up some complete with cinnamon or carob frosting options. You’ll be guaranteed prances of jubilee and sloppy kisses in return.