It’s pumpkin spice season, so why not get in the spirit with pumpkin-infused DIY dog treats? Pumpkin keeps a dog’s urinary and digestive track running smoothly thanks to a healthy dose of fiber, and it’s got plenty of great nutrients for your pet, too.
As always, be sure to check with your vet if you’re concerned about food allergies or sensitivities in your dog.
Peanut Butter and Pumpkin Dog Treats
Whole wheat flour, eggs, unsweetened canned pumpkin (this one for dogs is a good bet), natural peanut butter, salt, and ground cinnamon come together at 350 degrees to create these delicious biscuits.
Mix, roll out, cut into adorable shapes, bake, and voila! Two paws up.
Pumpkin Apple Doggie Mint Treats
Nobody really wants a face full of bad dog breath. But thankfully, these minty treats kick halitosis to the curb.
Assemble pumpkin puree, eggs, whole wheat flour, an apple, mint and parsley for this crisp, refreshing fall pup treat. A bone-shaped cookie cutter completes the effect.
Pumpkin Puppy Muffins
We’re not going to lie — these pumpkin puppy muffins look so good, we’ll probably snag a few for ourselves.
You’ll need a rainy afternoon and pumpkin puree, whole wheat flour, oats, coconut oil, an egg, vanilla, honey, Greek yogurt, cinnamon, ginger and water. Mix, pour in a lightly greased muffin tin, bake for 15 minutes, and enjoy! (P.S.: these freeze well.)
Healthy Pumpkin Dog Treats
Looking for a grain-free pumpkin dog treat recipe? Look no further!
A Cozy Kitchen’s pumpkin snacks call for garbanzo flour, peanut butter, eggs and pumpkin puree.
Peanut Butter Pumpkin Dog Ice Cream
PB + pumpkin in ice cream form? Yeah, we’re into that. This one’s super simple: pumpkin puree, peanut butter, plain yogurt.
Blend, freeze, and get to licking.
Frozen Pumpkin Dog Treats
If there was ever a time to use the truly terrible “pawesome” pun, it’d be now.
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