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    RECIPE: Cute Carrot Dog Treats

    RECIPE: Cute Carrot Dog Treats

    These treats will have your dogs hopping for joy! With Easter coming up we though we'd whip up some bunny inspired healthy, organic dog treats for the rebel pack. These treats only require four ingredients so they are super easy to make and literally take no time at all.

    Ingredients: (Makes approximately 36, 1" cookies)

    • 1/2 c. flour (we used gluten free but you can use most any type of flour you like)
    • 1/2 c. shredded organic carrots
    • 1/2 c. unsweetened organic applesauce
    • 1/2 c. organic ground oats (we used gluten free but you can use regular oats too)

    Directions:

    Mix all ingredients together to form dough (it will be sticky).

    Roll out dough on a very well floured board and cut out shapes using cookie cutters. We used a small bunny shaped cookie cutter. But you can also roll them into small bite size balls if you don't have cookie cutters.

    Line baking sheet with parchment paper and bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes.

    Cool completely on a wire rack.

    Hoppy treating!

    Diesel's Favorite Cupcakes

    Happy 3rd birthday to our sweet Diesel. This boy is the most loving, gentle soul we have had the pleasure of knowing. We cannot imagine our home without him in it. He brings so much joy to his humans and tender companionship to his two big sisters. We love you so mister D!

      Just like his daddy, Diesel's first and second favorite foods have to be bacon and more bacon. For his birthday he insisted we make bacon inspired cupcakes. These chicken, apple, carrot cupcakes for dogs are not only delicious (Diesel's words, not mine) but they're also super easy to make and pretty healthy too (But don't tell Diesel). The only vegetables Diesel likes are the Orbee rubber ones he can chase around the backyard, but these dog cupcakes combine the yummy flavors of chicken and bacon with the health benefits of carrots and apples to make one mighty tasty bite.

     Since Diesel is pretty baller, we threw him a baseball themed party complete with organic Bacon Baseball Bite pupcakes. Check out the recipe below and let us know what your pups think!

     

    Pink Heart Treats For Your Pups

    While we're indulging in chocolate and holiday goodness, we love to bake homemade treats for our pups to enjoy Valentine's Day too. These particular treats turn out pink because of the beets making them the perfect morsel to celebrate the token day of love.

    The recipe is super easy to make and the end result is the cutest puffy pink hearts that dogs just love to snack on. Diesel and Dakoda made enough to bring to day school to share with their friends and they wanted to share their recipe with you.

    Bone appetite!

    Lean Green Dog Treats

    While we're enjoying cliche green beer and sweet shamrock shaped treats today, we thought the dogs deserved some special goodies as well. These lean green Lucky Dog Treats are not only low in calories for guilt free snacking, but also incredibly simple to make so your dogs will be enjoying a festive bite in no time.

    Ingredients: (Makes about 8 large shamrock "cookies", or 24 small rolled balls)

    • 1 c. flour
    • 1 jar organic green beans baby food
    • 1 jar organic peas baby food

    Directions:

    Mix all ingredients together to form dough.

    Roll out dough and cut out shapes. We used a large shamrock shaped cookie cutter, just to be festive. But you can also roll them into small bite size balls if you don't have cookie cutters.

    Bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes.

    Cool completely on a wire rack. 

    Happy treating!!

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    Dragon Slayer Minty Dog Treats

    February is National Pet Dental Health month so we're doing our part to banish bad breath and help keep those canine chompers looking and feeling their very best all year round. Aside from regularly brushing your dogs teeth, there are some other ideas to keep doggy mouths healthy and, well, less doggy. 

    1. Chew toys: There are many chew toys specifically designed to clean and aid in the oral care of your dog. Take advantage of your dogs love of chewing and give them a toy actually intended for their teeth and gums.

    2. Raw bones: Giving your dog a frozen raw bone actually has many benefits besides being hailed best owner on earth! When your dog chews on a raw bone the cartilage and soft tissue still attached give their teeth the equivalent of a actually brushing. It also provides them with a good oral workout! Just remember to always supervise your pups while they enjoy raw bones.

    3. Dental chews: There are many already made dental chews and products that also aid in oral heath care. 

    4. Homemade: If you love baking wholesale treats for your dogs, then these limited ingredient, bad breath fighting tasties should be next on your list. These minty dog treats are super easy to make and will have your dogs begging for fresh breath.

     

    Ingredients: (Makes about 24, 3-inch dog bones)

    • 1/2 c. flour
    • 1/2 c. almond flour
    • 1/4 c. dried mint
    • 1/4 c. dried parsley
    • 1-1/2 tbsp unsweetened applesauce
    • 1 egg
    • 1/4 c. water 

    Directions:

    Mix all ingredients together until a dough forms. Mixture may be sticky, add flour until it becomes a workable dough-like consistency. 

    Roll out dough and cut out shapes. We used a 3 inch dog bone shape. But you can also roll them into small bite size balls if you don't have cookie cutters.

    Bake at 350 degrees for 20 - 25 minutes.

    Cool completely on a wire rack. 

    Bone appetit!

     

    How do you care for your dogs teeth?