DIY Craft: Make It! Quick & Easy Dog Treats with Super-Cute Labels

DIY Craft: Make It! Quick & Easy Dog Treats with Super-Cute Labels
Nothing says love like homemade! Whip up these single-ingredient homemade treats and use this adorable template to make a personalized gift that can’t go wrong!


Personalized Dog Treat Label

1. Download the customizable treat tin label template

2. Type the name of the canine recipient or the type of dog treats directly into the template. Print the labels onto full-page self-adhesive sticker sheets, available at office supply stores.

3. Cut out the label and stick it to your treat jar or tin.

Whip up these healthy dog treats, only a single ingredient required!

Luscious Liver Treats

All you need is liver! Needless to say, dogs love these treats.


1. Rinse one pound of fresh beef or chicken liver.

2. Fill a large pot with water and bring to a boil.

3. Add liver and simmer for 1/2 to 3/4 hours until well done.

4. Allow liver to cool.

5. Cut into 1/2-inch cubes and spread on a foil-lined baking sheet.

6. Bake at 250° F for a minimum of 2 hours.

7. Liver is done when dry to touch and has shrunk to about half its size (cubes will now be approximately 1/4 inch).

*Tip: Save the cooking water and use a little of it as a broth to perk up your dog’s dinner!

Sweet Potato Snaps

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 or less expensive than this.


1. Preheat oven to 250° F.

2.  Scrub the sweet potato or yam. No need to peel.

3. Cut it into thin slices (the thinner the slice, the shorter the cooking time) and place on a cookie sheet in a single layer.

4. Bake in oven at 250° F for about 3 hours for slightly chewy treats or bake slightly longer to get them crunchy. Note: timing will vary according to the thickness of your slices; just keep an eye on them. Or, better yet, if you have a dehydrator, pop them in there instead of the oven.

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