7 Natural Treats For Your Dog
Doggy stores are full of treats – bacon, sausage, bones… You name it! And there’s a bunch of it! But, why not take a step back from commercial purchases for your dog treats and have a go at making some at home?
Here are some ideas for great, natural, dog treats that will keep your dog coming back for more.
1. ICE POPS
Try pouring some stock into a bowl, adding bits of leftover meat and put the bowl in the freezer. You will have a fantastic canine iced lolly to turn out into the yard on warm, sunny days. It will keep your dog busy for hours.
Or why not try peanut butter pops? Dip tiny pieces of apple or carrot into smooth peanut butter then drop them into an ice cube tray and freeze. This is one of those sunny day treats which your dog will love and it’s extra healthy too.
If your dog is not on a restricted diet, the possibilities are endless. Giving popsicles will help cool down your dog. Since dogs are covered in hair, there is a risk of dehydration during hot weather conditions.
Basically, popsicles are both beneficial to your pet’s health and a delicious summer food. If you don’t have time to make anything special, give your dog ice cubes; it can’t get simpler than that!