Pet Magazine


Peanut butter dog treats

In seven years, a female dog and her female offspring can produce a combined number of 4,372 puppies. That is a whole lot of dogs to keep healthy. Dogs love vegetables. Dogs love to eat veggies like carrots, zucchini, broccoli, cauliflower, peas, beans and they even fruits like melon, apples and bananas. Watch out for raisins, grapes and onions however, as they harmful and should never be fed to dogs. Thirty six of dog owners give their dogs birthday gifts. Because they are family. So we should be as concerned about their health as we are our own.

Instead of the old prepackages stuff, we should buy our dogs healthy dog treats. Ours has a gluten intolerance so he gets wheat free dog treats. My kids and I have fun making peanut butter dog treats. And Spot loves the peanut butter dog treats! They are healthy and made from natural ingredients. I would never feed my kids gross budget food with no nutritional value, so I will not feed it to my dog either. These peanut butter dog treats are very easy to make and the kids like preparing food for their beloved pet.

I can not imagine any dog not loving these peanut butter dog treats. But I suppose that every dog is different. One study published in 2010 from The American Naturalist found that the skulls of dogs differ as much as skulls between completely different species. Dogs that different are about to have different taste. One thing that remains the same across the board though is that healthy food makes happy dogs. Your dog will love these peanut butter dog treats.