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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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3 low calorie dog treat recipes

3 low calorie dog treat recipes

Almost half of dogs in Australia are overweight or obese1. We know it’s hard to resist those puppy eyes! That’s why we have rounded up three low calories dog treat recipes so you can continue to spoil your pup without the guilt! Low Calorie Pumpkin Spinach Dog Treats These dog treats look good enough for us to eat and are made with fresh ingredients only! Grain-Free Carrot and Spinach Dog Treats   These low calorie treats are perfect for dogs with allergies to wheat or those on a grain-free diet!  Banana, carrot and polenta low fat dog treats   The...

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3 homemade Halloween dog treats- easy and healthy!

3 homemade Halloween dog treats- easy and healthy!

Whether you celebrate Halloween or not, it's always a good excuse to have a treat, right? Unfortunately, candies are not your dog’s friend and it would be such a shame to be the only one enjoying the treats. So don’t be a witch (😉) and grab your apron! We’ve collected 3 Halloween dog treat recipes that both you and your dog can enjoy. Bonus: they’re also super healthy! A note before you start: canned pumpkin puree is hard to find in Australia. Here is how to make it- cut your pumpkin in half, scoop out the seeds and place on...

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No-bake coconut energy balls recipe!

No-bake coconut energy balls recipe!

Energy balls are not new and we all know and love them! But did you know you can make raw balls for your dog too? They are a great on-the-go treats and will give a boost of energy to your dog after play time at the park on while on a hike. The best part? They're so quick and easy to make and don't even require an oven! Ingredients: 2-3 tbsp peanut butter (soft and preferably natural). 1/3 cup coconut oil. 2 1/2 cup rolled oats (pulsed into a rough powder) 1/3 cup shredded coconut Directions: In a food processor,...

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