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Treat Yourself to Dog Treats

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Baking dog treats is fun

An increasing number of discerning dog parents are looking at baking dog treats for their canine companion. It’s fun, it’s immensely satisfying, and it’s the safesty way of rewarding your best friend.

When you bake your dog’s treats, you know exactly what’s in them. There are no hidden nasties in the way of additives and preservatives. Nothing added for the convenience of the manufacturer at the expense of your dog. Just 100% natural and healthy ingredients approved by my in-house dog nutritionist.

Baking dog treats should be fun. It’s the ideal way to introduce your child to baking, at the same time as introducing them to the concept of taking care of companion animals. It’s team building with benefits if you like!

Baking dog treats is easy

With easy to follow instructions, my Bake & Treat dog treat mixes come complete with all dry ingredients included. Where there are supplemental ingredients required, they’re kitchen staples such as an egg or a dash of olive oil.

Created by my in-house dog nutritionist, every baked treat made with my mixes has been tested by my entire team.

Because they’re made with ingredients which are both fit for human consumption and dog-safe, you and your entire family can enjoy them too. If your dog will let you that is. And you might even find, as I have on more than one occasion, that you’ll have to bake a second batch for your dog!

Fresh Breath Biscuit Baking Mix

Bake your own healthy & 100% natural, wheat-free, plant-based homemade dog treats!

Dogs enjoy baking too!

For those of us at The Dog Chef, baking is one of life’s great pleasures. And that goes for the entire team. Including our dogs. Because our dogs derive pleasure from homemade dog treats that they couldn’t get from a shop-bought dog treat.

You’ll find that your dog, like ours, will get to know when you’re baking treats for them. It’s quite uncanny to us humans, but dogs quickly pick up on the little signs of activity that indicate that something is about to happen that involves them. You’ll know this from picking up a dog lead or slipping on your dog walking wellies.

Likewise, your dog will get to know the signs of treat baking activity. The sounds of mixing bowls, the smells of a warming oven, the aroma of a well-baked dog treat. It’s something known as environmental or behavioural enrichment, and it beats hands down the fleeting pleasure of opening a bag of commercial treats.

So please give my dog treat mixes a try, and remember to let me know how you get on.

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