Healthy treats for Valentines
Show your dog how much you love them on Valentine's Day with these pink Valentine's heart treats. The only contains 3 ingredients, and do not need to bake making it a healthy and easy treat to make for your best friend. The treat is especially great for hot February days as they are frozen and will keep your dog cool.
Ugly Christmas Dog Bandana
The Ugly Christmas Sweater has been a staple during the holidays for many years. The creative sweaters often include festive patterns, bells, tassels and tinsel. The trend has become so popular it even has its own official day on December 21st. Include fido this 21st by making them a homemade ugly Christmas bandana!
Homemade Christmas dog biscuits
Make your dog something special this festive season by baking homemade Christmas dog biscuits. Your dog is sure to love you and your treats! The ingredients we have chosen are both packed with festive flavour as well as health benefits:
Homemade festive decorations with your dog
Come December, your calendar quickly fills up with different social events and activities. No wonder it is called silly season! Include your furry baby in some creative fun while making a lovely memory as well. In the following tutorial, we will show you how to make a special paw-print ornament out of salt dough. You most likely have all the ingredients in your pantry already.
Home made paw balm recipe
This DIY soothing paw balm contains coconut oil, shea butter and hemp seed oil which helps to soften cracked paws. Beeswax creates a protective barrier between the paws and surfaces so your dog can play in the snow without pain. It also helps prevent transepidermal water loss. All the ingredients are safe for dogs so it is not dangerous if the paws are licked. The cream can also be used on dry snouts.
Home made gluten free dog bisquits
This gluten-free dog biscuit recipe is the perfect allergy-friendly treat for your best friend. Most dogs can digest gluten just fine but some dogs suffer from gluten intolerance or allergy. A gluten intolerant dog will show symptoms like intestinal upset and even hair loss.
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Homemade bone broth for dogs
Bone broth is a tasty, easy, nutritious and cheap addition to your dog’s diet. In addition to containing many healthy nutrients, bone broth is an appetising topping for dogs who do not have a great appetite. Dogs may lose their appetite if they are sick, recovering from a disease, pregnant, lactating or picky eaters. This recipe requires only a few ingredients and can be made in large portions to be frozen for later use. You will spend 10 minutes prepping this dish and then you can leave it to simmer for a minimum of 4 hours.