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All you need to know about simple homemade dog treats

Want to make homemade dog treats for your dog? Read on to find out more about how to make simple yet decadent homemade dog treats amidst your busy schedule.

Example of Simple Homemade Dog Treats that are safe for your dog

  • Quick & Easy Peanut Butter Treats

Is your dog a peanut butter fanatic? If that’s the case, you can’t go wrong with this easy dog treat recipe. 2 cups flour, 1/2 cup peanut butter, and 2 eggs are required. Mix the ingredients until well incorporated, then add water until the dough is moist enough to roll out.

  • Homemade Dog Biscuits

These five-ingredient homemade dog biscuits are simply to die for. Whole wheat flour, oats, flaxseed, beef broth, and peanut butter are all required.

If you are interested in a different type of treat, check out our article on different types of puppy bakeries in Singapore.

Ingredients that are safe for your dog

  1. Peanut butter: As previously stated, xylitol may be found in some peanut butters. Make sure you read the labels thoroughly. Dogs can eat a modest amount of peanut butter that does not include xylitol.
  2. Flour and oats: These foods are high in fiber and aid digestion.
  3. Pumpkin: Pumpkin is a high-fiber food. Fresh pumpkin may be cooked and mashed or canned pumpkin can be used in baking. If you buy canned pumpkin, be sure it’s 100 percent pumpkin puree with no added sugar or spices.
  4. Small quantities of yogurt are fine to feed to your dog. If a considerable amount is consumed, vomiting and diarrhea may occur.

Do check out the various brands and flavors of treats we carry – Peanut Butter, Milk Tea, Cranberry, Kangaroo Liver, and many more!

Common Baking Ingredients that are not safe for your dog

Artificial sweeteners: These can include xylitol, which in excessive doses can cause life-threatening low blood sugar and liver failure. Read all ingredient labels carefully because xylitol can be included in some foods, such as peanut butter.

Chocolate: As much as we humans enjoy chocolate, it is poisonous to dogs. Chocolate consumption can result in anything from a little stomachache to a serious rise in heart rate, blood pressure, and even convulsions. Dark chocolate and cocoa powder used in baking should be handled with caution since they are very concentrated.

Raisins: Your favorite Christmas fruitcake might include raisins, which are poisonous! Even little quantities of raisins can cause renal disease in dogs.

Storing Homemade Dog Treats

All of the preservatives found in store-bought dog treats are absent from homemade dog treats. The only disadvantage is that they have a shorter shelf life than traditional snacks. You may increase their shelf life by keeping them in the fridge or freezer instead of at room temperature! At Room Temperature: Store for up to 7 days in an airtight container or ziplock bag at room temperature. In the fridge: Your dog treats will last up to 3 weeks in the fridge. For optimum results, store in an airtight container or ziplock bag. Your goodies will keep 3 months in the freezer if stored in a sealed freezer bag. Allow time for the frozen food to defrost before serving it to your dog.
Find out how to make homemade dog ice cream here.
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