Making homemade doggy snacks is the only way to ensure your pup is getting safe, healthy ingredients that are catered to her needs. If your dog has food allergies or sensitivities, you can substitute ingredients to accommodate them. These pumpkin and honey dog treats, for example, could be made with gluten free flour. Read the full recipe here: https://topdogtips.com/pumpkin-and-honey-dog-treats/
Treats should be fed sparingly, so many owners don’t think the quality of treats is that important. If you’re one of these owners, you’re sadly mistaken.
“Bake the dog cookies for about 25-30 minutes. You’ll know they are done when the dough turns a nice golden brown color. Store the dog treats in an airtight container for 10-14 days. You can also freeze the treats in an airtight container if you’d like to keep them longer.”