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International Dog Biscuit Appreciation Day Recipes!

dogbiscuitsFebruary 23rd is International Dog Biscuit Appreciation Day, so what better way to celebrate than to bake some homemade goodies for your pup? If you’re too busy (or lazy) to make any treats, you could check out our selection of dog biscuits, but you should really give one of these recipes a try. After all, your dog gives so much love and loyalty to you, they deserve some homemade delicacies baked with love! Also, any day can be a day to appreciate dog biscuits – whether your dog is enjoying eating them, or you are enjoying baking them. Try one of these taste-tested, dog-approved recipes:

  1. “Gourmet” Dog Treats: 

  2. “Good Dog” Cookies:  

  3. Peanut Butter and Banana Biscuits:

  4. “Super Simple” Sweet Potato Bites:dogbiscuits4
  5. “Heavenly Health” Dog Biscuits:dogbiscuits5

There are absolutely TONS of recipes on the internet for you to find, but this list is a good start in terms of variety. Be cautious for recipes that contain potentially toxic ingredients such as garlic, onions, avocado, etc. Just because someone is writing a “dog-friendly recipe” doesn’t mean that they aren’t accidentally including dangerous ingredients! Above recipes from allrecipes.com, modified when necessary to be safe for dogs.

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  • Jacira February 26, 2016, 10:44 am

    All these recipes contain wheat, a known allergen, making them inedible for my dogs. I make wheat-free biscuits using Brown Rice flour and Oat flour, mixed half-and-half, instead of wheat flour.

    • VetDepot February 26, 2016, 11:02 am

      Hey Jacira, my dog actually has a wheat allergy too, so I understand! As you have already noted, wheat flour can be replaced with other types of flour which is an easy substitution. 🙂 You can use any grain-related product except for wheat and modify the recipe however you’d like!

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