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Homemade Dog Treats

Want to make your own dog treats?

Making home made dog treats and cookies is healthy for your dog, as long as you remember to stay away from a few dog treat ingredients that may harm your favorite pet. Read the list below then check out our dog treat recipe page for some recipes for dog treats that our dogs love.

Harmful Dog Treat Ingredients You Should Avoid

Raisins
Both grapes and raisins have been known to cause renal failure in dogs so should be avoided in dog treats. Although one or two grapes may not be cause for concern, try to avoid excessive amounts in dog treats.

Onions
Although dogs seem to love onions, even small doses can make dogs susceptible to a certain type of anemia. Smaller dogs are especially prone to this anemia after ingesting onions, and if your from the south like me and have an abundace of onion grass, you know the smell it can cause in a dogs gas!

Chocolate
This one we know first hand. My dog got into and ate a whole bag of Hershey's Kisses when she was only about 10 weeeks old. The vet told us that it could kill her and we not only had to induce vomiting but had to bring her in to have her stomach filled with charcoal to absorb the rest. Chocolate, especially dark chocolate is DEADLY TO DOGS!

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