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Dog Friendly S'mores

Dog Friendly S'mores

Around 80% of Australians go camping! To say that we love camping is an understatement. But you know what else we love even more? Our pets! So it's only natural they should also enjoy what makes a great camping trip: bonfire and s'mores! Though not all marshmallows are toxic to dogs, they certainly aren't good for your canine companion. Made from sugar, corn syrup, gelatine, vanilla extract, and coated with either corn-starch or sugar, marshmallows contain no nutritional value or health benefits. Instead, follow our dog friendly s'mores recipe below! Ingredients: Carob chips Cream cheese Simple dog biscuits (bone shape of...

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Calming chamomile gummies

Calming chamomile gummies

Not only are these little gummies pretty, they are the treat you want on hand if your pup is stressed and anxious or, has a hard time settling down. Give your super-active pup one of these gummies at night time to help them come down from their daily antics or when you leave the house. Let's take a closer look at the ingredients: Chamomile helps with mild anxiety, stress and insomnia, inducing a stressed-out pup into a more relaxed state. It is also a natural muscle relaxant and as such, will help a pup with tense muscles. Finally, chamomile is used...

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Dog friendly Anzac biscuits

Dog friendly Anzac biscuits

ANZAC biscuits were originally made by the wives and mothers of soldiers fighting in World War I and sent to them in packages. Most of the ingredients that make these treats are safe for dogs to eat but we've tweaked it a bit to replace the sugar and the butter. While dogs can technically eat butter, it's not a good option for your dog as it's mostly just saturated fat with no health benefits, so is sugar. Fat can lead to problems such a pancreatitis. Let's stay on the safe side with this delicious dog friendly Anzac biscuits recipe! INGREDIENTS...

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High value, puppy training treats recipe

High value, puppy training treats recipe

Whether you're training your puppy or teaching your older dog new tricks, high value treats have most likely become your best ally. Buying treats all the time can be very expensive, and many of the ingredients used are not wholesome. Too many processed treats can result in your dog packing on extra kg. That's when we come in with this high-value treat recipe you can make yourself! Ingredients: 1 can tuna in springwater or can of salmon. 1 large egg. 1 cup flour (oat or normal flour) 1/2 cup grated cheese (sharp cheddar). Directions: Preheat over to 180°C. Grate cheese...

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