Dont we all just love our 4 legged friends 🙂 In fact we love them so much that we have no problem sharing our supper with them, and we cant wait to see them tuck into all the leftovers from Christmas Dinner.   But before you give in to those puppy eyes look at the list of foods that are actually bad for them…so you are in fact not doing them a favor 🙁

  1. Raw meat, Fish & Eggs
  2. Candy & Baked Goods
  3. Sugary Foods
  4. Advocado
  5. Garlic & Onions
  6. Chocolate
  7. Bacon & Fatty Meats
  8. Salty Foods
  9. Milk & Cheese
  10. Caffeine
  11. And the list goes on…

Although I think (and that is really just a personal opinion) in moderation some things might be okay…for example I read that dairy products should be avoided, yet we have recipes for safe doggy treats containing yogurt? The same goes for peanut butter, so I think you should use your discretion, and also take into consideration what foods you know your pup is allergic to, and what you know from experience he cannot digest.

Rather try some of these quick to prepare treats that are safe and delicious 🙂 Please click on the link to see the full recipe from the original authors as well as the instructions.

All recipes gathered from and posted with permission 🙂  

See for more of these awesome recipes…the ones below are just my (and my two 4-legged friends 🙂 )  personal favorites 🙂

 Quick & Easy Peanut Butter Treats / Puppy Leaks

Does your dog love peanut butter as much as mine does? If so you can’t go wrong with this easy dog treat recipe. You’ll need 2 cups of flour, 1/2 cup peanut butter and 2 eggs. Mix the ingredients together until combined and add water until it becomes wet enough to roll out as dough.

3 ingredients + water, 20 minute cook time

 Homemade Dog Biscuits / Kitchen Confidante

After you’ve mastered the two and three ingredient recipes step up your game and try this five ingredient dog biscuit recipe. You’ll need whole wheat flour, oats, flaxseed, beef broth, and peanut butter. If you don’t have any fun cookie cutters you can use my living like a bachelor method; use the tops of your shot glasses.

Five ingredients dog treats, 20 minute cook time.

Easy Dog Cookie Recipe / M. K. Clinton

These homemade dog treats are delicious and simple. If you want to make some good looking dog cookies the icing (yogurt) will give them a nice personalized touch. For this easy recipe you’ll need a half cup cornmeal, six tablespoons of oil, two cups whole wheat flour, four ounces plain yogurt, and and two thirds cut water or broth.

Five ingredients, 35-40 minutes bake time.

Peanut Butter Holiday Dog Treats / Dogvills

This dog treat recipe only uses 3 ingredients, making it a great one for beginners to try. You’ll need 1 cup of mashed sweet potatoes, 1 cup whole wheat flour, and a 1/2 cup of peanut butter.

Three ingredients, 10 minute bake time at 350 F.

Pumpkin-Blueberry-Bacon Pupsicles / Daisy the French Bulldog

This easy dog treat recipe is the perfect summer treat for your pooch. You’ll need 1 can of pumpkin, 1 strip of bacon, 1 cup water, blueberries, and a package of rawhide sticks (for the “handle”).

Four ingredients + water, ready when frozen in a couple hours.

Fruity Frosty Hearts / Talent Hounds

If your dog loves fruit this dog treat recipe is perfect, and they’re great for novices since there’s no cooking involved. The ingredients you need are watermelon, raspberries & yogurt. You mix those three ingredients together and place them in an ice tray and just wait for them to freeze.

Salmon & Sweet Potato Dog Treats / Kol’s Notes

These homemade dog treats are perfect for training because they’re soft, making them easy to break into small bite sized pieces. They’re also great for older dogs who don’t love super crunchy treats. You’ll need one can of salmon, one medium sweet potato, two eggs, one third cup coconut flour, and coconut oil for greasing the pan.

Five ingredients, 60-70 minute bake time.

So before you feed pup all the wrong food for the right reasons, try a few of these instead 🙂


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