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Heart Shaped Cranberry Cookies For Dogs

Heart Shaped Cranberry Cookies For Dogs Another easy to make at home dog cookie just in time for the holidays! Homemade dog treats do take a bit longer than running to your local shop to purchase, but we think it’s well worth the effort to know exactly what’s going into the treats, especially if you are worried about allergies. When you make your own dog treats you can mix up different types of ingredients if you know your dog is sensitive to anything in the recipe! Ingredients 2 Eggs 1.5 Cups Almond Flour *we used whole wheat 1 Tablespoon Coconut...
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Gingerbread Cookies for Dogs

Gingerbread Cookies for Dogs With today being National Cook For Your Pets Day we figured it would be the best day to reveal our latest dog treat: Gingerbread Cookies for Dogs! Besides the Molasses taking its sweet time to pour out of the container, these were another quick and easy recipe to pull together to give the drooling dogs who watched us bake them. We like to bake treats for our dog from time to time for a few reasons.  We want to know what ingredients have gone into our dog treats. Have you ever fed your dog something, and...
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Pumpkin Pupper Treats

PUMPKIN PUPPER TREATS It’s that time of year where you smell pumpkin spice everything everywhere! With Thanksgiving on the way, Pet Parents may be tempted to give their dog some scraps from turkey dinner. If you read our last blog you’ll have found out what things you can give your dog and which you should avoid. If you want to give your dog a pumpkin treat while everyone is enjoying their pumpkin pie, here’s a quick and delicious recipe for your dog. Ingredients 1 egg   2/3 cup pure canned pumpkin   ½ tsp cinnamon   1 ½ cups whole wheat flour  Directions:...
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Apple, Peanut Butter, Oat Dog Treats

APPLE, PEANUT BUTTER, OAT DOG TREATS Ingredients 1 cup old fashioned oats (aka rolled oats) 1/2 cup flour 1/4 cup peanut butter 1 egg 2 apples (I used small Gala apples) If you use chunky peanut butter rather than creamy you may need to add more moisture when making the dough. If your dough ends up extra crumbly just add 1 tsp of water at a time until you can roll it as dough out on a flat surface. And remember to check that your peanut butter does NOT contain xylitol (an artificial sweetener that can be fatal to dogs)....
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Bananaberry Pupsicle

It’s that time of year in Edmonton, when typically it’s a lot warmer than it has been, when we like to experiment in the kitchen and make some quick, easy and cool treats for Koda and the dogs we dog sit. If we get rave reviews from our furry crew then we share the recipe with you! We are mindful of ingredients that might upset tummies and if we’re not sure we use this online tool –Pet Poison Hotline– as a quick reference to search. Now onto the quick recipe! Bananaberry Pupsicles Ingredients 1 cup (8floz/240mlz) veggie stock-can also use chicken or beef...
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Strawberry PAWpsicles

Strawberry PAWpsicles It has been a pretty hot summer here in Edmonton. We personally love it, the warm sun beating down on us when we’re out jogging with dogs, but we own a large Pyrenees mix who has so much fur and takes a while to cool down. I figured why not test out some easy cold treats to help cool Mr. Koda off. These were painless to make, unless you have troubles with a blender. Strawberry PAWpsicles Ingredients: Strawberries Cottage Cheese Water You will need: Blender Ice cube trays I did not measure out any ingredients.  I free poured...
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Peanut Butter and Pumpkin Dog Treats

It’s time for Nikki to share the new treat recipe she whipped up for Koda and his friends in the Kitchen! Peanut Butter and Pumpkin Dog Treats (from Allrecipes.com) 2 ½ cups whole wheat flour 2 eggs ½ cup canned pumpkin 2 tablespoons peanut butter ½ teaspoon salt ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon Nikki added Glucosamine into these treats to give Koda a little help with his old joints. Check out our Instagram page to see his reaction to these treats! Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Whisk together the flour, eggs, pumpkin, peanut butter, salt, and cinnamon in...
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