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All ingredients are dog-safe & human-grade
Proven health benefits with every ingredient
No additives or preservatives of any kind
Safe for all the family to bake and eat
My dogs loved these treats and so did my puppy school pups. Only a few recognisable ingredients, no yucky liquidising liver, no unpleasant smell while cooking and super easy to make. It makes excellent training treats!
Hilary, Dumfries and Galloway
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
My dogs had the liver treats… loved them!
Glenys, North Devon
We’ve just cooked our first batch of ‘The dogs love liver training treats’ and they are fabulous, just ask my dogs! And the delicious smell whilst they are cooking is amazing. I’d highly recommend as a top end training treat!
Lin, East Sussex
Homemade dog treats
Dog treats homemade in the UK are dog treats you can trust. They’re made by The Dog Chef to recipes approved by my in-house canine nutritionist. They’re made only with 100% natural ingredients, ingredients that are both dog-safe and fit for human consumption. That means they’re safe for both you and your dog to eat. Where have you heard that said about dog treats before?
My homemade dog treats really taste like they’re home made. They taste natural because they’re:
- Made with natural ingredients.
- Made by hand.
- Freshly made to order.
- Made in small batches.
Every one of my homemade dog treats is made using one of my Bake & Treat dog treat baking mixes. So it’s easy to buy or make more of your favourite dog treats for your best friend. I use exactly the same ingredients and bake them in exactly the same way every time. So you know what you’re getting with my dog treats. No nasties. No hidden surprises. And definitely no additives or preservatives.
Dog treats so good, you can eat them too
I recommend you try my dog treats yourself. I certainly do. In fact the very first time I ever made dog treats at The Dog Chef, I had to make a second batch. For my dogs. Seriously!
They tasted so nice, I couldn’t stop eating them. They became the first in my Oat Cuisine range of dog treats. I call them Rascals, based on a type of cake which originated in Yorkshire in the 19th century. Made with coconut flour, they have a very distinctive flavour. And every one has a small piece of fruit hidden inside, generally a blueberry or a blackberry when they’re in season.
So if baking dog treats for your best pal is not your thing but you want seriously healthy dog treats that you can enjoy too, look no further!
What a super idea your dog treat mixes are. I found the mixing/cooking instructions easy to follow and simple to do. Ideal for children especially who will get great pleasure in cooking for their pets.
Was amazed the mixture wasn’t messy at all and no wastage left in mixing bowl. I was aware that the ingredients were human friendly so tried some when cooked and was surprised how strong the liver flavour was which is what you need for training and so comforting to know all natural ingredients.
What a bonus the treats were non-greasy which is important when having them in your pocket. The only other thing is that the dogs loved them. Winner winner chicken dinner I say! Glenys, North Devon
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