Fire up the stove! Your guide to baking dog biscuits

Fire up the stove! Your guide to baking dog biscuits

There seems to be no limit to a dog’s appetite. And what dog doesn’t love treats? Home-baked treats are just the way to show them how much you care.

June 5, 2020

When you bake biscuits for your dog you’re giving them the chance to taste a world of flavours they don’t get in their regular pet food. Whether you’re feeling traditional or want to let your imagination run free, whatever the recipe, your 4-legged buddy is bound to lick their chops!

Simplicity 101
A traditional dog biscuit recipe only requires a few basic ingredients which you probably already have on hand. The good news? Even the most straight-forward recipe will make your pet leap for joy. You can also personalize your creations with ingredients your dog likes (and that agree with their digestive system). This recipe by Ricardo is a great place to start. Adapt it as you see fit!

Taking it to the next level
For the creative souls—and culinary experts—out there, add foods you know your dog loves. They go wild for bananas? Add them to your mix. Consider healthful ingredients: fresh herbs, for instance, can do wonders for your dog’s breath. This recipe by Marilou from the “3 fois par jour” blog will spoil your dog with bananas, parsley and peanut butter. Fido will thank you!

Giving free reign to your imagination can be a lot of fun. Be sure, however, to avoid anything that may be dangerous for their health. Find out more in this article about foods that pose a health risk to animals. If you’re not sure about an item, ask a healthcare professional before including it in your next batch.

Feeling inspired? It’s time to gather your ingredients, put on your apron and head to the stove. One happy canine just can’t wait!

Photos : sunandzaira


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