DIY Hemp seed dog treats

Oct 13, 2018

When it comes to homemade dog treats in our household, we love for them to be:

  1. Super easy and quick to whip up, that means not too many ingredients or prep.
  2. Yummy!
  3. Shareable. That's optional...but come on, how cute is it to be able to split a snack with your dog?!

We have talked about the benefits of hemp and CBD oil for pets so let's stay on this topic this month and share with you an easy recipe for homemade hemp seed dog biscuits.

DIY hemp seeds dog treats


Hemp seeds have anti-inflammatory properties and are also a natural protein powerhouse. They will help with the overall health of your dog, strengthening the immune system and reducing inflammation but also giving your mutt's locks a shine like no other!

Plus they have a nutty aroma that will make your kitchen smell divine (that's always a bonus right?)

So let's get into the kitchen:


  • 1/3 cup hemp seeds (can be found in most health food stores)
  • 1/3 cup linseeds (the more seeds the merrier!)
  • 1 cup rolled oats
  • 1 egg
  • filtered water- add as you go.
  1. Mix all dry ingredients in a food processor to obtain a coarse powder
  2. Add the egg and mix
  3. Add filtered water in small amount until you've achieved a dough like consistency.
  4. Roll your dough and cut with cookie cutters
  5. Place on a lined tray and cook at 190 degrees Celsius for 20min.

If you want a grain-free option, you can use chickpea flour instead of the rolled oats.

If you're looking for a raw option, this recipe is for hemp seed dog energy balls! No baking required!

We would love to hear in the comments below how your dog went trying these hemp seed treats!

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