Pets love pet treats, and they tend to go the extra mile to extort an extra pet treat from you.
It’s often amusing how much they tend to love these treats.
But there is a satisfying feeling in watching your beloved cat or dog nibbling away on it happily.
The caveat is that pet foods can be costly. Sometimes no local brands are good enough to make your pet happy.
And often, you wonder if it’s healthy for your pet to consume pre-packaged pet treats.
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Starting to make pet treats
Doing something for the first time can be a bit daunting and nerve-wracking.
The recipes we are providing are easy to learn and are a proper undertaking for novices.
Post cooking knowledge gathering and preparation
Post cooking knowledge is one of the most important steps in cooking pet treats or any food in general.
Treats are also meals
Treats are food as well, and they are not the same as the air that vanishes after you breathe in.
Pets treat need to be treated in the same manner. You will need to calculate the proper calorie /nutrition intake of the treats.
Subtract that value from the meals that your pet will consume in a day to even things out.
This will make sure your pet won’t start gaining unnecessary weight. And not reduce any of its nutrition value in any way.
The second thing you want to know is that there are many strict regulations that companies have to adhere to when selling their treats.
And your pet treats also have to be within those rules and ranges as well.
Harmful/toxic ingredient doses
Many ingredients are very harmful to your pet that you might want to avoid products like dairy, milk, and cheese in large amounts.
There is an apprehensive list of toxic ingredients made by the ASPCA.
Pet treat recipes
All of the ingredients for these recipes can be interchanged with safe options for your dog if it’s allergic to them.
peanut butter oatmeal dog treats no banana
Best eaten in a week or refrigerated for 2 to 3 weeks maximum.
Easy Organic Homemade chicken cat treats
Easy recipe with 6 main ingredients.
Best eaten within a week of cooking or 2 to 3 weeks of refrigeration.
Hopefully, all of this helps you make the best treats for your pets.