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    Here's How To Make Homemade Dog Treats For Your Dog

    Treat your fido with the best gift by preparing his favourite treats right at home. Here's how.
    Updated at - 2020-12-04,15:51 IST
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    There's only one thing in the world that can make your pooch do whatever you say, and that is his treats. A treat a day keeps disobedient dogs at bay. But as much as these treats are important, these are costly so, what other choices can you consider? Well, there are not many alternatives to dog treats but we definitely have a simple fix for you.

    You can go ahead and prepare healthy treats for your dogs right at home. These will not only be more nutritious but can also be monitored as to what ingredients you want to use as per your dog’s health. So, here's taking a look at a simple recipe to make yummy dog treats for your four-legged friend right at home using simple ingredients.

    Everything You Will Need

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    All you need to get your dog dancing on your fingertips is feed him his favourite dog treats. And to make extremely tasty and harmless dog treat biscuits you will need, 2/3 cup pumpkin, 2-3 eggs, 2 cups of wheat flour, 1/2 cup peanut butter and a bone-shaped cutter to make it look more attractive.

    Pumpkin adds a tasty flavour to the dog treats, eggs make the treats healthier by adding protein to the treats, wheat flour binds the ingredients well and is filled with iron, thiamine, niacin, calcium, and vitamin B6, and some very important minerals. Further, peanut butter is another element in the treats that adds to the healthy aspect of these treats as it is filled with healthy fats, magnesium, vitamin E etc. these ingredients help to increase your dog’s cell growth and metabolic rate. 

    How To Make The Dog Treats

    To make the dog treats, start by putting the pumpkins along with 1/2 cup peanut butter and eggs in a glass bowl. Then start mixing the contents nicely and after the ingredients have been mixed well,  add wheat flour to it and mix again.

    Forming The Dough And Baking

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    Afterwards, you will notice the formation of rich and smooth dough. Make sure that the dough is moist and not flaky by adding water if required. Next, take the dough and spread it on a sheet of butter paper and using a rolling pin, start pressing the dough to a thin sheet-like spread. Finally, take the bone-shaped cutter to cut out perfect bone-shaped treats.

    Then line a tray with butter paper and place the treats on the tray and bake (bake banana biscuits at home)them at 350°C for 25 minutes. After 25 minutes, take out the biscuits and let them sit for a while to cool down and then store them in an airtight container for longer use. 

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    Dog Treats For Small Puppies

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    Baby dogs require nutrition in a different way, they need lighter food that can make them healthier and stronger at the same. The digestive process of small puppies is not capable of digesting or breaking down very complex foods(Go organic with your pets). So, here’s how to make a two-ingredient dog treat for puppies with a similar procedure. Mix wheat flour and two jars of baby food in the dough and bake them at 350°F for 25 minutes.

    This recipe is specifically for puppies up to 6 months. So, help your dog savour the taste of good health with this great dog treatment. 

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