National Puppy Day is a day to celebrate the love your puppy gives you – that unconditionally magical love. Show them they are special and appreciated this National Puppy Day by taking the time to make them some homemade puppy treats. These healthier options are packed with your hand and love and will be appreciated by your puppy.
Outside of treating your own puppies, you may want to spread the love to those puppies that don’t have a loving owner. Share with orphaned puppies and educate the public about the needs of these puppies that are orphaned.
You never know, your word could help find homes for puppies this National Puppy Day. Celebrate this holiday by making a puppy happier even if for just one day.
Pamper your Puppy with These Yummy Homemade Puppy Treats for National Puppy Day
Now for those easy to make puppy treats that will make any puppy tail wagging, face licking happy! Try one of these recipes or try them all and see what the favorite is.
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This three-ingredient puppy treat is easy to make as well as it is dairy free and wheat free. This is a much healthier option for your puppies than the store bought stuff and it can be done within half an hour. Why not give your puppy this nice homemade treat then? It also makes a great gift, one that you don’t have to worry will negatively affect a pup with insensitivity since it is wheat free and dairy free.
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This frozen puppy treat is a great choice for your puppy as well as it is quite easy to make. Made with just two ingredients this is a treat that your puppy will love to indulge in on a hot playful day outside. Simply puree watermelon and mix with some yogurt then place in your molds and freeze. Pop these out and feed them to the pups to show them your love on National Puppy Day.
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This puppy chow recipe is gluten-free, vegan and paleo friendly. Use this to make a gift and store it in jars that have been decorated. Gift these tasty treats to your favorite puppy owners on National Puppy Day.
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While this is a peanut butter recipe, the peanut butter can be exchanged for pumpkin, sweet potato, banana or baby food depending on your pup's stomach and preferences. These cute treats are easy to make and you may have all the ingredients in your pantry already. Just need to get some nice cookie cutters to shape them your preferred shape.
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This is a super easy recipe you can use to treat your puppy on National Puppy Day. It uses only two ingredients as the name suggests and takes approximately 35 minutes from start to finish. Remember to allow them to cool before you treat the little bundle of fur. These puppy treats are a great choice if you will be gifting the treats.