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Frozen Broth Treats

Simple and delicious, these frozen broth and peanut butter treats are perfect for a hot summer day!

Fruit and Veggie Strips

These strips work as a more affordable substitute for the organic chewy treats available in pet stores. Additionally, they break apart effortlessly, so you can serve tinier pieces as training rewards. Fruit and veggies are abundant with vitamin C, which can boost your dog’s body’s defense mechanisms.

Frozen Yogurt Pops

This cool homemade treat is made out of human grade ingredients and contains fruit juice and carrots, which provide your four-legged friend an extra vitamin boost. Yogurt has calcium and protein, and helps your pet break down food.

Chicken Jerky

The jerky is both tough and chewy, so it’ll keep your dog entertained for some time. The chicken offers a beneficial amount of protein. Additionally, this treat can also help to clean the dog’s teeth.

Peanut Butter Cookies

Canines love peanut butter, and these cookies are a fantastic way to slip some fish oil into your pet’s diet. This particular oil enhances your dog’s coat, rendering it softer and healthier. For this recipe, it’s recommended to use organic peanut butter since a number of commercial brands of peanut butter have unfit hydrogenated oils and preservatives. If you can’t find an organic one, then just make your own! For this you’ll only need raw peanuts and peanut oil (and a blender or food processor).

Doggie Chili

Canines require considerable amounts of protein to ensure that they’re healthy and active. Your puppy ought to get the majority of his protein from whole meat resources, like fresh chicken. Beans have a great amount of protein as well.

Chicken Casserole

This recipe utilizes chicken, which is a good source of protein, and plenty of vegetables to produce a flavorful mix. Green beans aid your dog feel full and veggies provide vitamins and minerals.

Turkey and Veggie Dinner

This basic dog food recipe incorporates turkey for protein and veggies for added vitamins and minerals.

Beef and Vegetable Balls

Some canines prefer meaty treats over sweet ones. This recipe has hearty meat flavor and good aroma that all dogs really enjoy.