Last week we took Yoda to the vet. He has bleeding on his leg and a huge bruise and we were not sure what had happened. The vet’s said he had caught his leg most likely the fence in our garden. He was given some medication and sent home. The Vet also noted that our little Bichon is overweight. It’s not an easy thing when you have two dogs and they often steal each others food. I guess the best thing we can do is feed our dogs small amounts and give them healthy treats in moderation. It’s a work in progress and today I’m sharing a list of yummy and healthy homemade dog treats your dog will love.
20 Healthy Homemade Dog Treats Your Dog Will Love
Just as eating healthy is important for humans, it is also important for our pets too! Of course, too much of a good thing can still be a bad thing. So, be sure to give your dog these healthy homemade treats in moderation.
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oATMEAL BANANA DOG TREATS
With A Splash Of Color
These 3-ingredient puppy treats are made with oatmeal, peanut butter, and banana for a wholesome treat your puppy will love. Get the oatmeal banana dog treats recipe here!
The Simple Life
Peanut butter is full of protein, and these peanut butter treats are ridiculously easy to make. And, these don’t have a ton of sugar so they are better for your dog’s teeth than store bought treats.
Heart Hook Home
With these homemade treats, you know exactly what is in them. Plus, these treats are safe enough for even humans to eat, so you don’t have to worry if you have a little one running around.
If you have a dog with gluten allergies, these treats are perfect. They are made with coconut flour instead of all-purpose flour. Additionally, these treats are made with carob which is a safe chocolate alternative for dogs.
Dogs love bacon! You should see them run for just one strip of bacon. This bacon and peanut butter dog treat is packed full of protein for the little runner in your life.
Two Little Cavaliers
These are perfect for fall time. While you sip your Pumpkin Spice Latte, your four-legged friend can chow down on some homemade pumpkin and oat treats.
A Cozy Kitchen
Made with oats, four, peanut butter, and some honey, your dog is in for a sugary treat. But, flavor isn’t all your little guy will get. Peanut butter is full of good proteins for your dog.
My Baking Addiction
There are 3-different recipes you can make in this post that are perfect as fall treats. Make your pooch peanut butter and pumpkin treats, sweet potato treats, or apple carrot treats.
With this recipe, all you need is two jars of pureed baby food and flour or oats. Just make sure there are no onions or onion powder in it.
Todd + Diane
This biscuits are mostly flour and flax seeds, so they should only be given in moderation. What makes them healthy is that there isn’t any harmful chemicals or additives in them.
Doggy Dessert Chef
Knowing what is in your dog’s treat is half the battle. With this recipe, there will be no laboring today. These easy, freezable treats will give you a day away from baking.
These frozen apple dog treats are perfect for the dog days of summer. They will cool your dog down while giving them a burst of delicious apple flavor.
Created by Daine
A little bit of pumpkin, little bit of oatmeal, and some peanut butter make the perfect doggie biscuits. In fact, these biscuits are great to have around even if you don’t own a dog. All the four-legged neighbors will love them.
Dog Mom Days
Does your four-legged baby have a birthday coming up? What better way to celebrate than with their very own doggie cupcake? This recipe is easy to follow and the perfect treat for your dog.
Sunny Day Family
This is the perfect recipe to make with your kiddos. It gives them practice in the kitchen, and even if it doesn’t turn out perfect, the dog will still eat it.
Cooking with Janica
These sweet yogurt peanut butter and banana treats are the perfect way to cool your dog off on a hot summer day. Plus, they are super budget friendly to make.
Three Little Ferns
After an overnight freeze, you can give these to your four-legged friends to help them cool off throughout the day. Remember, you give these treats in moderation.
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About Angela Milnes
Angela Milnes is a Qualified Teacher who has specialised in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has studied nutrition for children and has also taught cooking skills to adults. Angela loves to share family meals and easy instant pot recipes here on The Inspiration Edit. Follow her on Pinterest!