Homemade Treats That Are Safe for Man's Best Friend
Dog-lovers know that some dog food and treat ingredients may not be the best for their pups — you won’t believe what’s in some pet food. Grains and fillers can irritate dogs’ stomachs, which can lead to some unfortunate “presents” left for their owners to take care of.
There are a few natural ingredients, though, that are great for dogs. Apples, pumpkin, sweet potatoes, cinnamon, eggs, and meat are just some examples of real ingredients that are good for dogs and won’t compromise their digestive systems.
Making your own dog treats is easy, cost effective, and good for your best friend. You can control the ingredient list and tailor the size to be specific for your dog.
Check out these homemade treat recipes brought to you in part by The Daily Meal's awesome Culinary Content Network of food bloggers.