These oatmeal dog treats, along with
our other healthy dog treat recipes, totally blew my (picky)
dog's socks off... literally!
How can something so simple, inexpensive, healthy and easy to make be sooo tasty?
My Nimble Doggy insisted I share her heavenly oatmeal dog treats recipe with everyone...
Sorry, unhealthy dog food contaminants aren't included in these snacks. Also, undesirable additives shouldn't be in your dog treats.
organic all natural dog food ingredients are best for your oatmeal dog treats...
We'll publish it as a page on our site!
Maybe your doggie can be in this picture sharing her favorite treat on your published page...
The following ingredients are optional. I can leave these dog treat ingredients out if Nimble is in a hurry!...
5 easy steps, then stick 'em in the oven!...
* This recipe packs a pint jar full of healthy homemade dog treats!
Today we decided to use the cinnamon and honey for some extra doggy zip!...
Nimble and I mix all the dog treat ingredients together at once. I'm sure our dogs don't care... you're not baking the president a cake!
Oh... don't forget to set your oven at 325 degrees...
I spoon the doggy
tidbits out into little 1”x 1” (or so) balls onto a lightly oiled
cookie sheet. Then...
...my doggie gives the green light... “Let's sizzle 'em... arf!"
Keep an eye on your dog's prizes... they'll cook in the blink of an eye...
I Leave Nimble's home
made dog treats in the oven for about 15-25 minutes. The longer, the
crunchier... dogs love to crunch. Keep an eye on 'em or they might disappear!
Check out these dog treats... what a good job (pat on back)!
Let 'em cool for about 15 minutes before your dog (and you!) sample the treasures. Detach the dog goodies with your spatula and go for it!
Did your dog (and you) sample 'em too much? Your doggy might empty her water bowl. What if your pooch starts drinking more water than usual for some other unknown reason? Better safe than sorry... you need to read this.
We use canning jars to store all of Nimble's dog treats. They're...
What'cha look'in for Nimble?...
There's no oatmeal doggy snacks way up here!
Honey should be raw, unfiltered and unprocessed.
Well, I guess it gets cooked anyway. Speaking
Peanut butter for dogs should be raw (Nimble is shaking her head again... “It gets cooked anyway... arf!”). Please make sure there's no added ingredients.
Speaking of... cooked dog food tends to stick to your furry pal's teeth. Let Nimble tell you how to brush it away...
Flour made from wheat may not agree with your doggie. Try another type but I think the amount is so minimal your doggie should be fine!
Olive oil works great to keep your oatmeal dog treats from sticking (too much). Organic, unprocessed and unfiltered is best. Very lightly coat your dog's cookie sheet.
I mix the dog treat ingredients with a spoon, unlike our peanut butter dog biscuits which are much drier. If things seem a little runny, add a few more oats or a little flour. Or, add the water last... you might not need it if the eggs are extra large.
Spoon 'em and plop 'em down on the cookie sheet. My stainless baking tray is small... I use up all the dough with one batch of doggy treats.
Want to make your healthy dog treats bigger than we do? Go for it... remember to adjust the cooking time.
If your pooch wants the doggy treats hard and crunchy, leave them in the 'frig on an open plate. Keep an eye on your furry pal's healthy home made dog treats... they'll harden up (and disappear) really quick!
I advocate feeding raw dog food. However, cooked dog treats are a nice welcome for your doggy occasionally...
By making dog treats yourself, you know exactly what's in them. Furthermore, it's fun... even for somebody like me! That's probably because my doggy appreciates them! Lastly, you can make the gourmet dog treat recipe to suite your doggy.
Homemade may not be your thing. That's ok! You can find healthy treats pre-made... just know where to look. Our following list will help you:
Did you doggie eat her treats too fast? Sooth her tummy... tap this link to check out our doggie upset stomach home remedies. They will also help your canine if she ate too much fruit too fast... especially these yummy strawberry treats.
Do you and your dog have one? We'd love it if you and your pal shared your awesome easy dog treat recipe, experiences, opinions, etc., in the comments section below.
Please make sure it is healthy and safe, ok? Thanks.
Or better yet... would your dog like it published as a page on our website?
You can even include pictures of you or your dog making, munching or showing off her natural dog biscuit recipe...
It's as easy as
pie! Click here to see what our other visitors sent us... (we'll get this darn link working as soon as possible!).
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would your dog) if you returned regularly to check out all our new
articles. We can't wait to expand on the topics above! Also, we'll
include our highly recommended products for you and your dog to
choose from... only those we have used or would use ourselves.