10 Dog & Human Friendly Recipes to Share

As pet parents and dog lovers alike, we’re all guilty of sneaking our pups a bite or two of our food. Although most dog owners are aware that chocolate and onions are toxic to their dogs, there are a large number of items from herbs and spices to certain nuts and fruits that can be toxic. Before sharing even a bite of “people food” with your deserving dog, make certain it both accommodates the discerning palates of humans and doesn’t ignore the dietary limitations of dogs. That’s why with the summer festivities upon us, we bring you 10 recipes you and your furry friend can both enjoy at a summer barbecue!

 

  1. No Mayo Healthy Chicken Salad
  2. Turkey Meatballs with Cranberry Mustard Dipping Sauce
  3. Grilled Sweet Potato with Lemon and Dill
  4. Salmon Cakes
  5. Pet-Friendly Risotto
  6. Roasted Butternut Squash
  7. Peanut Butter Popsicles
  8. Frozen Yogurt Dipped Strawberries
  9. Apple Peanut Butter Rings
  10. 3-Ingredient Frozen Watermelon Snacks

 

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Howl-o-Ween Treats For Dogs

Halloween candies are potentially harmful, if not fatal, for dogs. But that doesn’t mean your pets should be left out of the Halloween festivities and treats! Try these frozen dog treats a try. For more concerns regarding Halloween, read our article on how to prepare for Halloween Safety for your pet.

 

Ingredients

  • 1 cup non-fat plain frozen yogurt
  • ½ cup canned puree pumpkin
  • ¼ cup water

 

Tools

Pumpkin ice tube tray (or any ice cube tray will do)

 

Directions

  1. Mix yogurt, water, and pumpkin puree in one bowl. You can gradually add more water to the mixture to create a more liquid consistency for easy pouring later on.
  2. Pour mixture into ice cube tray.
  3. Freeze for 3-4 hours (or overnight).
  4. Serve on ice if your pup is slow to eat treats.

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