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Dangerous dog treats can cause choking, be poisonous to our dogs, or have unsafe or unknown ingredients from China. Here's the low-down on what to avoid.
Did you know you could buy or make specific hypoallergenic dog treats for dogs with allergies or food intolerances?
Ensure your dog's treats are still healthy and tasty by using these techniques to enhance dog treat icing without adding sugar, unnatural colors, or unhealthy ingredients to your dog's cookies, treats, or homemade cakes.
These easy frozen dog treats can be made in 3 minutes.
Cranberries - Are rich with antioxidants and nutrients that help support your dog's immune system and decrease inflammation. Antioxidants play a major role in keeping dogs healthy.
Coconut Oil - Help aid your dogs digestion, improve their coats, help prevent infection, speeds healing, reduces allergic reactions, prevents and treats yeast and fungal infections, hot spots and more.
Keep dogs cool with healthy and tasty frozen dog treats that aren't full of harmful ingredients that dogs have difficulty digesting, like ice cream.