Make cheap dog treats with our easy dog treat recipes!
Just because they're inexpensive, doesn't mean you need to sacrifice dog health or your time.
When you make these cheap dog treats, you control the ingredients!
No need to forego taste. Comet didn't care that his treats weren't brand name items; he just knew they tasted good!
We know that dogs often like to eat what their owners are munching on. Somehow it just has to taste better, in their minds!
So I created several nutritious no-bake recipes that you and your dog may be able to share:
Some of these easy dog treat recipes include veggies and fruits, some use dairy products, and a few include whole grains.
It's a good idea to limit portions as well as the number of treats even if the treats are healthy, to prevent obesity and it's associated diseases such as heart and joint problems.
When you make your own no-bake treats, your costs are likely to be lower, so you can truly say you're making cheap dog treats! You also have the best control over ingredients, whether you bake the treats or not.
If you do prefer to bake, here are a couple of biscuit recipes involving cheese.
Stuffed Marrow Bones were a favorite with all of our dogs.
If you have a good cookie dough recipe, either for humans or for dogs, you may want to see my instructions for making your own plastic dog cookie cutter. Make your own unique shapes such as a dog's head or dog outline, dog cartoon characters, a doghouse, a dog paw or a bone, or anything else dog related!
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Squash some meat and roll a bone in it then put bacon on it.
[Sounds yummy for dogs, Savani! However, we would suggest leaving off the bacon, or using only a teeny tiny piece, as the fat may cause a dog serious problems.]
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