Using pumpkin in your dog cookie recipes is a wonderful idea. Pumpkin is low in fat and high in fiber. It's the perfect food for those pups that may need to shed a few pounds.
The sweetness of pumpkins is what will make your dogs' mouth water. Adding the carob chips doesn't hurt either. :)
Of all the dog cookie recipes out there, you'll be hard pressed to find one as appealing to the taste buds of dogs as well as humans!
Storing & Yield: This, like other dog cookie recipes, needs to be stored in an air tight container once cooled. These pumpkin dog treats will last for 2 weeks in the refrigerator and for up to 4 months in the freezer. The Yield for these dog cookies, using a 1 inch cookie scooper, is 4 dozen.
Dog cookie recipes that use pumpkin can help your dog cut back on unwanted calories, while not cutting back on flavor. Serve your dog a couple for a midnight snack, and don't worry, we won't tell anyone that you dunk yours in milk.
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Recipe Reviews for Pumpkin & Carob Oatmeal Dog Cookies
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