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French bulldog puppy sitting amongst Christmas presents

Christmas recipe- Shepherd's pie for dogs!

The holiday season is a time to share and spend time with your loved ones, and when it comes to sharing, food is the ultimate gift! However, a lot of our traditional holiday foods are not safe for dogs to eat: gingerbread biscuits contain nutmeg which is toxic to dogs while mince pies are a big no-no as the ingestion of grapes & currents can cause severe kidney failure. BUT- Be merry! Be bright! We've got you covered with a traditional recipe that your dog will devour before Santa has time to put one foot in the chimney: a Shepherd's...

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DIY Easter dog treats- top 5 recipes

DIY Easter dog treats- top 5 recipes

Easter is around the corner, and the whole family should enjoy it! Why not throw an Easter hunt for your hound? We've rounded up a top 5 DIY Easter recipes for you! Carrot pupcakes- by The Pug Diary For pugs and other dogs alike, this easy to follow recipe  is bound to impress guests at your doggy Easter party. Peeps for Pups- by The Dapple We didn't know what peeps were until we discovered this recipe (sorry to our American and Canadian friends). Give this super healthy and quick recipe a go! Bacon Bunny and Bones Easter Dog Treats- by Dalmatian DIY Bacon bunny? Yes, you...

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Charcoal fresh breath treats- DIY dog treats SPECIAL Halloween

Charcoal fresh breath treats- DIY dog treats SPECIAL Halloween

Who said you can't have fun in the kitchen?! At Doggy Grub, we're all about sharing easy tips for better health and living for your dog! While we always aim for our recipes to be nutritious, we also want you to have fun! There is nothing like a holiday to bring out creativity! Spooky treats here we come! Charcoal has been used by vets to treat toxic ingestions. While we suggest you leave it to the experts if your dog has ingested something toxic, you can still use charcoal in healthy dogs for it's many beneficial properties. Charcoal helps relieve...

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