Dog Pet Treats – Why Make Your Own and What Foods to Avoid

Considering the pet food scares away there it’s no question more and more people are wanting to make their own dog dog or cat treats. Unfortunately, some individuals food is not very good for dogs, so if you’re wanting to get started on making your own dog food, treats or else, it’s important that you understand which foods you should be avoiding.

You’ve probably heard this one before, but still worth referencing. Caffeine is terrible for dogs and can lead to nervous system problems as well as center failure. Chocolate is incredibly dangerous for dogs, and really should be avoided at all costs.

Garlic and Onions:
Both of these foods include a chemical substance that will affect your pups red blood skin cells, that may finally lead them to becoming anemic triggering a lot of health problems that can be avoided. 

Grapes and Pampre:
Although there has recently been no scientific data to prove what it is in grapes and pampre that bothers dogs, what there is certainly information on is how it can impact your pups kidneys. Fruit and raisins have recently been shown to cause renal failure in dogs and really should not be given to them at all.

Pork is merely not digested well by dogs at all. This kind of can lead to diarrhea and vomiting, which is neither fun for you, nor your dog.

Here is one of the best recipes, and by mine, Come on, man Brandi’s (my pup). I love it cause is actually a quite simple to make dog pet treat that you can freeze and save for a long period.

Peanut Butter Bone tissues

1 package dry candida
1/2 cup lukewarm drinking water
a single cup crush potatoes
1 cup milk
1/4 cup molasses
half of cup chicken stock
a single cup chunky almond butter
a single glass whole wheat flour
half of cup rye flour
.5 cup rice flour
you egg
2 cups multi-purpose white flour

Preset the oven to 325? N (165? C).

In a sizable bowl, dissolve the candida in water. In a huge saucepan, mix together the potatoes, milk, molasses, stock, and peanut butter. Warmth, stirring frequently until cooking. Remove from heat and let cool to room temperature. Add yeast mix. Gradually merge the as soon as possible, wheat, rye, and hemp flours. Add enough white flour to create a stiff dough.

Transfer to a floured surface and knead until smooth (about 3-5 minutes). Shape the dough into a ball and roll to 1/2-inch (12 mm) thick. Employing cookie cutters, cut away biscuits. Place on ungreased baking sheets, spacing them about 1/4-inch (6 mm) apart. Gather up the scraps, roll out again, and cut additional cookies.