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Our furry best friends deserve the best, and that includes tasty treats!Β  While sharing our meals isn't always advisable, whipping up some delicious, dog-safe snacks is a fantastic way to show your pup some love.Β  Here at Le Dog, we know every dog is a boss, so whether you're packing treats for a hike or spoiling them at home, these recipes are sure to have tails wagging.Β  And remember, for easy portability and mess-free adventures, pack your homemade goodies in our stylish and convenient (and brand new) Le Boss Bag or Le Fanny Pack!

  1. Simple and Savoury Pumpkin Pupsicles:

Perfect for hot summer days, these frozen treats are refreshing and healthy. Combine mashed pumpkin (not pumpkin pie filling!), plain yogurt, and a splash of dog-friendly broth in a mold. Freeze for a few hours and watch your pup enjoy this cool and healthy treat.

Pro-Tip:Β  Add a splash of peanut butter (xylitol-free!) for an extra flavour boost.

  1. Chewy Apple and Oat Bites:

These baked bites are packed with fibre and taste amazing.Β  Mash a ripe apple, combine with rolled oats, a touch of coconut oil, and a single mashed banana.Β  Form bite-sized pieces and bake at 350Β°F for 15-20 minutes, or until firm.Β  Store in an airtight container and toss a few in your Le Dog Boss Bag for a healthy on-the-go snack.

  1. Dehydrated Sweet Potato Fries:

Thinly slice sweet potatoes and bake at low heat (around 200Β°F) for several hours until completely dehydrated.Β  These crunchy treats are a guilt-free alternative to store-bought options and are perfect for satisfying your pup's chewing instincts.

Safety First!

Always double-check ingredients for dog safety before feeding them to your pup.Β  Consult your veterinarian if you have any concerns about introducing new foods to your dog's diet.

Le Dog Appetit!

With a little creativity and these easy recipes, you can spoil your dog with delicious and nutritious treats.

Do you have a favourite dog-friendly recipe? Share it in the comments below!

Written by Jordan Kuyvenhoven

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