Carob dog treats are the safe way to give your best friend a chocolate treat. Carob does not contain cacao, which contains the chemical compound theobromine which is toxic to dogs. It’s because of theobromine, and to a lesser extent its caffeine content, that you cannot feed your dog chocolate.
Carob on the other hand, is perfectly dog-safe. And, lucky for you, something you can enjoy too!
The ripened fruit of the carob tree, a member of the pea family native to the Eastern Mediterranean, sweet-tasting carob powder is rich in vitamins and minerals. These include vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B6 and D. It also includes calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium and manganese.
So it’s not without its benefits. Aside that is from tasting rather chocolatey which is why we humans tend to be rather fond of it.
My dog cookie baking mix
My Carob & Banana Cookie Baking Mix makes it easy for you to make dog-safe chocolate treats for your dog.
It contains all the necessary dry ingredients. You just need to add a banana and some water and you’re ready to bake.
Every ingredient has been approved by my resident dog nutritionist. And because it contains a limited number of easily recognisable ingredients, you know the finished homemade dog treats are 100% safe for your best friend.
Perfect for junior bakers
A key feature of all my dog treat baking mixes is the fact that every ingredient has been passed fit for human consumption. They’re of human grade quality.
That means that the mixes are perfectly safe for your children to bake with and the finished treats healthy and safe for them to sample. Because they also contain a limited number of ingredients, that makes them the perfect introduction for junior bakers.
I do hope you’ll try your dog’s carob dog treats which are also now available on Etsy. If your dog will let you. I have. I think they’re rather nice!