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Category: Treat Yo’ Dog Recipes

Homemade Dehydrated Beef Strips

Have you jumped on the air fryer train?? Honestly, if you haven’t yet, you may want to soon. We got ours about a year ago and initially were pretty skeptical but now have fully converted. And actually recommend an air fryer for practically any food! (Totally unsponsored haha!) Even for tasty snacks/treats for your pup!  Recently, we ordered the dehydration rack to try out for our Ninja Foodi Grill. The first thing on the list, of course, beef stripes for our pup Layla! Who we have recently adopted from Companion Animal Welfare Society in Edmonton. CAWS provides help to pets in the Edmonton and...
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Valentine Heart Beet Treats!

Here’s a fun way to include your dog in your Valentine’s Day celebrations. Since we humans can enjoy chocolates, cookies, and other delectables, why not have your dog join in on the fun?  These Valentine heart beet treats are easy, fast, and fun to make! Like many of our other treat recipes, you only need a handful of ingredients. Ready to get started?!? Here is what you need! Equipment  Measuring cup Measuring spoon Baking Sheet Mixing Bowls  Food Processor Cooling Rack Fork or spatula Cookie Cutter Small Pot Rolling Pin Ingredients 2 Cups of Whole Wheat Flour (can substitute with...
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Homemade Doggy Style Pretzels

For New Year’s Eve, we typically make a bunch of appetizers for dinner as a tradition. We like to indulge in it all, from cocktail shrimp, deep-fried pickles to wings and pretzels. As an Edmonton pet parent, we often include our pets in our celebrations where we can! This New Year’s Eve, we’re making doggy style pretzels for our pup to enjoy. Put a hold on the beer cheese for your dog’s pretzels, of course!  Here’s what you’ll need to get started! Equipment  Measuring cups Measuring spoons Baking Sheet Mixing Bowls or Machine Mixer Cooling Rack Ingredients 2 Cups of...
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Carrot And Cheddar Biscuit Dog Treats

Fall has quickly come to grace us with, and we figured baking your pup some carrot and cheddar biscuits would be the perfect way to welcome fall. Not going to lie; we may or may not have tried these ourselves but strictly for quality control, of course. Let us know if one ends up falling into your mouth during this process as well. It can be a dangerous job, but pet parents have to do what they have to do sometimes.   Here is what you’ll need! EQUIPMENT  Measuring Cups/Spoons 2 Medium/Large Mixing Bowl  Electric Mixer (if you have one)...
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Strawberry Carrot Pup Cakes

It’s treat time again!! Since we’ve done a decent amount of frozen treats for the past couple of months, we figure we would warm things up with a baked treat! Especially with how fast fall is approaching us in Edmonton.  We’re all about simple and easy recipes that aren’t super demanding that will leave you with delicious treats your pup will love and some time to hang out with your loved ones. All you need are these five ingredients and about an hour of your time, with cleaning included!    Here’s what you’ll need! EQUIPMENT  Food Processor  Measuring Cups Baking...
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Home-Made Beef-Sicle Dog Treats!

Since it’s been reasonably warm in Edmonton, we figure your pups would like another frozen treat option. This one is a little different than what we’ve done in the past. May we introduce you to the homemade beef-sicle dog treat!? Beef-sicles are super easy to make with only a few ingredients.  What will you need: -1 lbs of ground beef -1 cup of peas (can substitute with your pup’s favourite veggie, ex. carrots) -6 cups (Divided) We recommend that if you are using peas, to avoid canned peas as they often contain added sodium, and to use fresh or frozen...
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Peanut Butter and Banana Drool-sicles

Summertime in Edmonton calls for tasty frozen treats for your dogs! We, humans, like to have a popsicle or ice cream to help beat the heat, so why not give one to your fur baby too?! We don’t mean share human popsicles with your pup, but the fact that they have a fur coat year-round, (even though they’re coats help regulate temperature), they’d sure enjoy the cooling effects of a frozen goody!  Making your pooch a refreshing frozen snack doesn’t have to take a lot of effort. Often a quick search in your pantry, kitchen, or freezer can give you...
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Apple And Carrot Pawsicles

Do you have a dog that loves their fruits and vegetables?!? We do, Koda will do almost anything for his carrots! He loves them so much he’ll come barreling over to the kitchen as soon as he hears chopping on the cutting board. What we love about this recipe is that it’s so simple, we know what’s going into it, and we often have all of the ingredients at any given time. You can also substitute the ingredients for your dog’s favourite foods. What you will need: 1 Carrot 1 Apple 1/2 Cup of Water Food processor Ice Cube Tray...
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Sweet Potato Chews for your Dog!

Anyone else have (uncooked) sweet potatoes laying around?! Here is a simple recipe that can help you make some sweet potato chews for your fur babies. Not only is it easy to make, but it’s also a healthy, one-ingredient recipe. Which can especially come in handy if your pup has any allergies or sensitivities to food.  Preheat your oven to 225 degrees Fahrenheit and move on to washing your sweet potato and then towel dry them. There is no need to peel the skin off, but you can do so if you prefer. Next, slice the ends off and slice...
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Blueberry Banana Dog Treats

Baking dog treats from scratch is a great activity to fill your time. Especially now, that we’re all staying home way more than we’re used to! Often most ingredients for dog treats can be found in your pantry (especially if you like to bake) Have kids? Have them help, baking is similar to a science experiment. Have dogs? They will taste test and let you know which treats to make more of! Of course, some dogs are sensitive to some ingredients. If you are trying out a new ingredient in a treat that your dog has not tried before, make...
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Banana Carrot Oatmeal Dog Treats!

Banana Carrot Oatmeal Dog Treats! Baking treats in the comfort of your home in Edmonton means that you should never run out of treats to reward your dog during training, games or just because they are so dang cute! Baking at home also keeps the treat flavours fun and exciting for your pup if you like to switch up your recipes. Anyone here ever save their overripe bananas in the freezer for banana bread? This recipe is a great way to get rid of some of those bananas. And even better yet, there’s a very high chance that you already...
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Peanut Butter Pumpkin Dog Biscuits

Peanut Butter Pumpkin Dog Biscuits Baking homemade treats for your dog is a simple and fun thing to do, especially during the cold winter months in Edmonton! Your dog will most likely be watching you, baking in the kitchen, wondering if they’ll ever get to sample anything you make when you suddenly surprise them with a treat! What an exciting day as a dog! Buying treats can be difficult if you think your pet as allergies (or does), but when you make your own, you can modifying the ingredients and have total control of what goes into them! If your...
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