30+ Homemade Dog Food Recipes (Vet Approved!)

Homemade Pet Food

Want to make some yummy treats for your pup? Here are some homemade dog food recipes and treats that are vet approved and tasty!


Sometimes, when we’re in a bind we want to give our pups something quick.

That’s when these KONG fillers come in super handy.

But on occasion, us Southern mamas like to bake for our best friends. If we’ve got leftover chicken or in season fruit, it’s fun to make some homemade dog food recipes, homemade treats, and everything in between.

In this post you’ll find treats that’ll hide your dogs pills, treats with meat, and treats with fruit.

Enjoy and give that furry friend a hug from us!

35+ Homemade Dog Food Recipes Even Your Vet Would Approve Of!

Homemade Dog Food Recipes

Here are some homemade dog recipes your vet will approve of and your dog will love.

Also try: 15 KONG fillers your pup will love

11 Comments

  1. Awesome post! Keep up the great work! 🙂

  2. Florentina Thomley

    This blog Homemade Dog Food Treats & Recipes (Vet Approved!) Your
    Pup’ll Love has helped me a lot with my dog.

  3. Directions: Preheat the oven to 350°F. Mix all ingredients together thoroughly. Drop tablespoonfuls of the mixture onto an ungreased baking sheet, and press flat with a fork. Bake for approximately 15 minutes, and then cool on a wire rack before serving. To maximize freshness, be sure to store the puffs in an airtight container. Why should you avoid xylitol in your homemade dog treats—and everything else? This common sweetener is toxic to dogs. Here s how to know if your pet has food poisoning .

  4. Simptreat.Com

    This kong dog toy is completely edible, delicious, and healthy. Your dog is going to love you more than ever.

  5. Nothing says fall like pumpkin treats. Pumpkin is also great for doggie digestion! Your pup will love these peanut butter pumpkin dog treats, and you can adjust the recipe to include or exclude grains as you see fit.

  6. These cupcake treats are perfect for dogs with food allergies. “Warning: they don’t look pretty, but Fido will love them!” says Mrs. K. “They freeze well, and you can zap them in the microwave for a nice, occasional dog snack.”

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