Archive for May 3, 2013

Homemade Dog Treats Made Easy

Written by John. Posted in Healthy dog treats, How to make dog treats, Wheat free dog treats

Wheat free dog treats

Did you know that dog noses are like finger prints? Each one is completely unique, and like human finger prints, can be used to identify individual dogs. Good to know if you’re caught in the middle of a canine crime wave, but it also demonstrates what every dog owner already knows. Each dog is unique, and each has his or her unique needs.

The old cliche is that dog is man’s best friend, but in a world where 33 percent of dog owners frame a picture of their pet and 80 percent claim their dog can sense their mood, it’s clear that most pet owners consider their dog more than just a friend. Nine out of ten consider their pet a full member of the family. But how can you show them you care?

If you wanted to show appreciation for a friend or family member, you might offer them a tray of cookies or a home cooked meal. In a similar vein, homemade dog biscuits can be a great way to reward your furry friend. Making your own homemade dog treats can seem intimidating at first, particularly because many canines have unique dietary requirements, but our products give you everything you need to make your own. In addition to our prepackaged homemade dog treats, our dog treat mix is easy to use and calibrated for a variety of dog diets. From doberman to dalmatian to dachshund, you can find a selection of healthy, nutritious homemade dog treats for that special four legged member of your family.

Homemade dog treats are healthy dog treats, too. Our mixes are free of additives and artificial preservatives. Our homemade dog treats also include gluten free dog treats, wheat free dog treats and other recipes formulated for specialty diets, all in a variety of custom flavors. If you’re not sure how to make dog treats, simply follow the instructions on the packaging. The clear and easy to follow directions make preparation simple, turning a chore into a fun activity suitable for dog lovers of any age.

In Chinese astrology, those born under the year of the dog are known for loyalty and discretion. While these qualities only apply to a select few humans, every dog possesses them, regardless of what sign they were born under. Homemade dog treats are an easy and entertaining way to express your gratitude for a lifetime of unconditional companionship. Helpful links.