Easy Dog Treat Recipes
You Can Make Today
There is no end to the reasons you should make easy dog treat recipes. But here are a few of my reasons:
Really Simple Dog Treats:
There are some dog treat recipes that are so easy, there's not even a recipe. They are more of an idea or a simple task. A couple examples are:
- Hot Dogs - Bring a hot dog to room temperature, cut into dog appropriate sized pieces (if you have a small dog, small pieces or a big dog, big pieces). We recommend turkey or reduced fat kosher hot dogs for the ultimate in yummy treats. As a side note, hot dogs in general are higher in fat, so keep the serving size limited.
- Vegetables - Whether they are fresh or frozen, most dogs will gladly accept a green bean, carrot or other tasty morsel. Review the list of
foods poisonous to dogs to ensure you are not accidentally serving an unhealthy treat.
- Ice Cubes - Plain water ice cubes are a welcome treat on a hot day. But, make those same ice cubes with chicken or beef broth and you'll have a friend for life. No matter if the broth is store bought or homemade, opt for low sodium and onion free versions. Since these are frozen, you can make a tray of cubes and save them for future acts of good behavior.
- Chicken - Plain cooked chicken breast (no chicken bones, please) is a luxurious treat that will not soon be forgotten by any furry friend. Next time you are making a chicken dish for yourself, set aside a small amount to cook with no seasoning or oil. Let it cool, cut into appropriate sizes and freeze any remainder.
Easy Dog Treat Recipes:
Cheese Twists Dog Treats - Quick Puff Pastry & Herbs
Microwave Dog Treat Recipe - Healthy Flax & Molasses
Easy Dog Treat Recipe - Dried Liver Makes a Great Training Treat
Sweet Potato Dog Chew - Natural Alternative to Rawhide
Peanut Butter Balls & Coconut Clusters - Two No Bake Recipes
Peanut Butter & Oatmeal - With Only Four Ingredients
Chicken Jerky Dog Treats - No Need for a Dehydrator
Dog Food Treat - Use Your Dog's Wet or Dry Food