Baking healthy dog treats has never been easier since the launch of my Bake & Treat dog treat mixes. Containing all the necessary dry ingredients, they take the guesswork and uncertainty out of making homemade dog treats for your constant canine companion.
Dog treat mixes
When you think about it, dog treat mixes have been a long time coming. The first cake mixes were produced back in the 1930s. They came with precisely measured dry ingredients complete with detailed but easy-to-follow instructions. These enabled virtually anyone with access to a kitchen to bake the perfect cake, whether they possessed advanced baking skills or not.
It took some years and the replacement of the original powdered egg with fresh eggs supplemented by the consumer, but cake mixes have never looked back. Particularly since the end of the Second World War.
So here we are today at the birth of homemade dog treat mixes. Mixes for baking healthy dog treats that allow anyone to safely back their dog’s treats, even if they’ve never baked before.
Dogs are family too
There are so many reasons why dog treat mixes make perfect sense.
More and more dog parents today consider their dog to be an integral part of the family. As such, they want to give their dog the best possible chance of having a long and healthy life.
There’s growing awareness that the best way to achieve this is by feeding proper food. Food and dog treats made with fresh wholefoods.
Then there’s the fact that concerned dog parents today want to know what’s in their dog’s treats. That the way they choose to reward their dog is not going to be detrimental to their health in the long run.
With my dog treat baking mixes you know just that. Because every ingredient, every treat mix, has been approved by my in-house dog nutritionist. He ensures that every ingredient is 100% natural, and that everything that goes into the making of my dog treats is beneficial to the health of man’s best friend.
The proof is in the eating
On top of everything else, there’s the fact that homemade dog treats made with my dog treat mixes just taste so good. I don’t use synthetic flavour enhancers to fool your dog into thinking he or she is eating proper food. My dog treats are proper food. So your dog is tasting and enjoying the real thing.
Dogs love mint and alfalfa, rosemary and dandelion leaves. They love the taste of wheatgrass and spring barleygrass. These are natural and healthy products. Dogs instinctively know that. That’s why many dog parents regularly report their dog snacking on such natural goodness when they are out walking.
I honestly believe that one day all dogs will be rewarded with more natural and healthy dog treats. So do please let me know what your dog thinks. And a photo of he or she enjoying them would really make my day!