Nutrition

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DIY Eat - Sweet Potato Chews

All you need is five minutes prep time and a single raw yam or sweet potato. Pure, easy, and unadulterated, dog treats don’t get any healthier, easier or less expensive than this. more
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DIY Eat: Treat Pops

Make your own healthy, dog-approved frozen treats more
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DIY Eat: Kale Chips

The darling of the urban farmer’s market scene, can make a welcome addition to your dog’s dinner, too. more
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Vegetables Dogs Can Eat

For a dog, part of the pleasure of eating a biscuit or some kibble is the satisfying crunch. You can give Max that same crunch with a number of raw veggies. more
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An Egg-celent Treat

Eggs are a source of protein, calcium, vitamin A, folate, vitamin D, and fat. Eggs can be boiled, scrambled, poached, or even fried with a little bit of butter (as a special treat) more
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DIY Eat: Tuna Fudge

Tuna Fudge—a rather unappealing name but dogs love it. more
Chicken Broth Dog Treat

Soup of the Day

Add taste without adding too many calories. more
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There's Something Fishy Going On

All fish is an excellent source of protein, calcium, selenium, niacin (B vitamin), and omega-3 fats. Canned fish such as tuna or salmon makes a healthy treat for your dog. more
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There's Nothing Awful About Offal

Offal is a great source of valuable nutrients. On average, 1 gram of cooked organ meat contains 1.5 calories, so it doesn’t take much to feed a lot of calories. more
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Can Dogs Eat Apples?

Many dogs love apples and apples can be a healthy treat. Apples contain calcium, vitamin K, vitamin C, and pectin (soluble fibre). One small apple contains 52 kcal.more

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