Trick or treat? More like treat and treat. Halloween is creepin’ around the corner (see what we did there?), and what better way to ring in the spookiest season of them all than with some special DIY snacks to share with your costumed dog and all his neighborhood friends?
Halloween Dog Treats
Whether you’re having a Halloween party and want to include your dog in the festivities, or just love everything spooky, these DIY Halloween dog treats are for you.
Crunchy and naturally sweet, these gluten-free bats are festive and wholesome. They can be cut into any shape, but we liked the look this bat cookie cutter gave them. Put them into treat bags for doggy guests on Halloween, or treat your dog to the entire batch. These fun Halloween dog cookies last 1-2 weeks in a sealed container. (Skeleton dog treat fairy not included.)
Combining the healthy properties of sweet potato and flax, these easy Halloween treats only take 20 minutes and a food processor. They owe their quick preparation due to a surprise ingredient, baby food, and can be cut into almost any seasonal shape. (We prefer bones using this neat set of dog bone cookie cutters.)
A taste of fall without nutmeg, which is dangerous for dogs. These easy pumpkin spice dog treats are very versatile and can be made into a variety of sizes and shapes. Perfect for those cold mornings where you and your dog need a little pick me up.
Learn visually? Watch our video below for step by step instructions:
Delicate and crumbly, these decadent shortbread bones are the go-to dog biscuit for fancier parties. Sure to impress even the pickiest of pooches, all you need is xylitol free peanut butter, milk, oats, and flour. Cut into any fun shape for your haunted gathering.
‘Tis pumpkin season and these soft homemade dog biscuits are a great way to get your dog involved in the festivities. All you need is oatmeal, pumpkin puree, peanut butter – xylitol free, and a food processor to create these tasty treats.
These fun fall recipes are sure to make your house smell wonderful, and keep your furry pal full of wholesome homemade dog treats. Have you made one of these recipes? Let us know on social media!