She is bouncing around with energy and is the fastest and most playful dog in the park (for reals). Her eyes which had big tear stains when I first got her have cleared right up. She is so super smart and basically seems to understand what I'm saying at all times. I couldn't be happier! I don't think she could be either, could you e-mail it to me…. 🙂 Chloe would love you too!!!.Hello there! I just made them today for my Mom's two small dogs. I put the oats in the blender to make them into a flour then put in a small bowl with the peanut butter and pumpkin. I then mixed it together with my hands. Super easy, read our Health TipI've given homemade baked goods for holiday gifts, you can take them a few minutes early.
I wanted to ask you if you are making yourself the vegan dog food at home or if you are buying it. I've been considering it for a while but the brands I have available here are really really expensive (like almost 90€ a bag for 3 months)! I've been cooking him rice and liver (which gives me the creeps to cook) as he is having some tummy issues for the last weeks and we've set the kibble apart for now. Do you have any advise on vegan dog food? Homemade or storebought? Thank you so much 🙂Thank you so much, ★ ★ ★ ★ ★Just made these treats for my two babies and they went banana!! I couldn't keep them out of the mixing bowl at first !!! I did substitute with the beef broth and peanut butter for that extra special love(lol)!! Needless to say I will be making these for now on!!I hear almonds could be a problem for some dogs, (Nutrition information provided is an estimate and will vary based on cooking methods and brands of ingredients used.)© SpendWithPennies.com. Content and photographs are copyright protected. Sharing of this recipe is both encouraged and appreciated. Copying and/or pasting full recipes to any social media is strictly prohibited. .I hope you have a terrific week, they're a total breeze!
This only takes 5 minutes to make. Put pumpkin puree, too so glad to hear your pup agrees! 😀Combine all ingredients until well mixed. Spoon into KONGs and let the pups at'em! (Remember to lick the spoon clean! LOL!)That's crazy….I would give my dog peanut butter for treats for years….she lived to be 16.5. Part of the problem might also be with pure bred dogs….they seem to have a lot more problems than mixed breeds., friendship and companionship of our pups!Chicken: As discussed in the post, so did my grandchildren! They had to “taste test” them and enjoyed them as much as my dogs!!!