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Dog Cookie Recipes for the Holidays

11/16/2018 by Colleen Williams
November 16th, 2018 by Colleen Williams
        

‘Tis the season for cookie exchanges and Christmas parties, so why not include your four-legged guests? Just be sure to keep the human goodies out of paws’ reach: ingredients like xylitol, chocolate, raisins, and even nuts can be deadly to dogs.

Try making these dog cookie recipes for your own pup or for a HOWLiday party. Check out more seasonal dog treat recipes on our Pinterest!

Candy Canes for Dogs

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These super cute candy canes are canine-safe! Homemade dog treats are free of unnatural coloring or sweeteners; you know exactly what’s going into your pup. This dog cookie recipe does contain eggs, milk, flour, and chicken. 

Classic Chocolate Chip Cookies for Dogs

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They may look and even smell like chocolate, but these chips are all carob. A dog-safe alternative to chocolate, carob is very similar to cacao – both are brown, edible beans that come from pods on ornamental shrubs. Some claim carob chips are slightly less sweet than their chocolate counterparts, but that’s probably better for pups. This dog cookie recipe contains eggs, but uses rice and oat flour!

Gluten Free Doggie Paw-print Cookies

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A twist on the human thumbprint cookie, these homemade dog treats are delectable with the addition (again) of melted carob. Rice flour makes the cookies gluten free, while pumpkin and peanut butter add creamy texture. They also double as dog breath mints, thanks to the addition of parsley and bacteria-killing cinnamon. This dog cookie recipe is vegan and gluten free!

Peppermint Puppy Cookies

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Peppermint extract is the key ingredient in this dog cookie recipe, freshening bad dog breath. Apples and bananas are nutritious and add sweetness to this homemade dog treat recipe. Flaxseed, whole wheat flour, and oats make for plenty of fiber in these treats.

Cranberry Dog Cookies

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Some dogs aren’t cranberry fans, so make sure to test them out before you make a batch! Diabetic pets or those with other limitations should avoid this recipe, as it’s a little on the sugary side. This can be a gluten free dog treat recipe if you substitute quinoa flour for whole wheat. These cookies do contain eggs.

The most wonderful time of the year can be the most hectic time of the year! While pet insurance can help with expenses should the worst happen, being prepared for these possibilities can take that risk out of the equation. Start by getting a free quote.






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