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Pumpkin dog treats are a healthy, all natural treat to give your dog.
you are planning to follow a healthy dog treat recipe using canned pumpkin, be
sure you use the pure pumpkin and not the pumpkin pie filling.
Pumpkin pie filling contains sugar and spices and is high in calories. This is not a healthy choice for your dog. Although humans appreciate the tastiness, dogs do not need the added sugar (and the extra calories.)
Canned pumpkin is just that: pumpkin.
all you need. It is a high source of fiber. Because of this, it is used
to help dogs alleviate constipation. Just be prepared to let your dog
outside after consuming pumpkin treats!
Raw pumpkin is not considered harmful for dogs. However it has been suggested that they not eat the rind as it can be difficult to digest and can cause a lot of gas. Although toasted pumpkin seeds are delicious, be careful of those as well as a dog could choke on them.
When using canned pumpkin, just adjust for the additional moisture that comes from the puree.
Healthy dog treat recipes use the canned puree. You
will hear and read most about pumpkin in the fall, and have the
opportunity to pick out a fresh one.
Make Halloween dog treats or Thanksgiving dog treats using it as a flavoring. Decorate them with dog treat frosting and you will have a special doggie dessert.
Use a pumpkin shaped cookie cutter and make pumpkin shaped dog biscuits. Color the dog frosting with orange and green gels for a creative finish. Or, use edible glitter to make them sparkle.
Try this cheese dog treat recipe if your dog loves cheese but does not do well with dairy products.
Cheese is a dairy product which
means it contains lactose, a naturally occurring sugar in dairy
products. Dogs are basically lactose-intolerant. This means their
bodies do not have the capability to break down the lactose, and can
lead to digestive upset, just like in humans.
The good news is that cheese has less lactose than milk and is less likely to cause stomach upset. So a small amount of low-fat cheese is OK.
Peanut butter dog treats including peanut butter icing recipe
Peanut butter dog treat recipe
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