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Coolest Dog Treats out There

These treats are easy for you to make and require no special equipment. They are perfect for warmer weather and can be made using items you may already have in your fridge.

Frozen Unsweetened Apple Sauce

This inexpensive treat is super-easy to make and, being unsweetened, you know you are being good to your best friend. Simply freeze in a small plastic container or ice cube rack, and serve when ready. Not only is this a delicious treat, but it will keep your pup happy for at least a couple of bites, and cool him off on a hot day.

Green Smoothie Bowl

For our healthy friends searching for a green option, why not try a Green Smoothie Bowl? Simply blend a handful of frozen pineapple, mango, 1 banana and a bunch of fresh spinach. Add ½ cup of water, 1 cup of chicken broth, and blend. Garnish lightly with doggo’s favourite treat, and you’ll be the best loved dog owner on the planet!

TWO OPTIONS FOR THE GOOD/BAD FOOD BELOW - bigger list with name only, smaller with name + reason

GOOD Human Food:

  • Oatmeal - provides lots of fibre as well as some vitamins and minerals.

  • Watermelon (not including Seeds/Rind) - low in calories and packed with nutrients, such as vitamin A and vitamin C.

  • Salmon (cooked, boneless) - great source of omega-3 fatty acids, which are known to reduce inflammation and may help keep your dog’s skin and fur healthy.

  • Carrots - low in calories and a good source of vitamins, minerals and fibre.

BAD Human Food:

  • Grapes/Raisin - contain toxic compounds that can lead to rapid kidney failure.

  • Chocolate - contains theobromine and caffeine, two stimulants that dogs can't metabolize.

  • Onions - contain N-propyl disulfide, which is toxic and damages your dog’s red blood cells, reducing their ability to carry oxygen through the body.

  • Avocado - contains a toxin called persin which is highly poisonous and may lead to fluid accumulation in the lungs and chest.


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