Imagine: You wake up every morning and eat a large meal. Then, you eat the same exact meal for dinner. Then, you have the same meal the next morning. Then, the same for dinner. So on and so on and so on.
Sounds boring, right? But, somehow, our dogs are totally fine with it. If anything, they seem to love it! They know the sound of their food crate being opened, and they come running ready to be fed, tail wagging as they (im)patiently wait.
But they must want some variety, right? That’s where dog chews and treats come in. Given throughout the day, they can keep your dog on their toes, all while giving them something tasty to chew on.Complete Our Choose Your Chew Quiz
So make it special and make them a homemade treat. Not sure where to start? Here are some of our favorite homemade dog treat recipes.
Dogs love dog bones. Our hollow white dog bones are perfect for every dog, whether they’re an older puppy or a senior. Long-lasting and five to six inches in length, the hollow bones are natural chews that shine when an additional ingredient is added.
But what’s the perfect filling? Here’s our favorite stuffed dog bone recipe:
You’ve probably seen your dog’s eyes when giving them a spoonful of peanut butter: eyes bulging out of their head, lunging for the peanut butter, dearly begging for it. Just give it to them already! Share some peanut butter with the following treat:
Get the full recipe here.
Purchased empty cow hooves from us? Pack them full of flavor by simply filling them with your dog’s favorite foods. Peanut butter, sweet potato, and pureed pumpkin are some of our favorite fillings. For a special treat, you could even scoop in a little ice cream to get your dog over the moon. Check out our easy stuffed hooves recipe here.
A good donut will put a smile on anyone’s face. Give your dog something to be thankful for by giving them their very own donut.
Get the full recipe here.
Treat Your Pet to Dog Chews
Looking to put your used dog chews to use? Check out additional recipes using natural dog chews. Whatever direction you choose to go, you’re sure to provide your dog with something tasty and healthy they’re going to love. With the holidays just around the corner, now is the perfect time to spoil your pet with one of our gifts for dogs.
After all, all we want is to see a smile on our dog’s face. And a homemade dog treat will absolutely do that.
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