Dog treats with potential
Dog treat recipes are everywhere today it seems. But at The Dog Chef, I believe that a dog treat should do more than simply reward your best friend. Yes, it should be tasty, enjoyable and ‘rewarding’. But why stop there when a dog treat has the protential to do so much more?
Each of my dog treat recipes has been created by me and approved by my resident canine nutritionist. He has a real passion for dog treats and dog food. He believes that everything we feed our dogs should serve a purpose. A purpose other than simply stopping them from being hungry.
He considers that when we feed our dogs, and it doesn’t matter whether you’re talking about food or treats, you are effectively investing in their future. The better you feed them, the better you ‘invest’ in their diet, the happier and healthier they are likely to be.
With that in mind, you’ll find that the ingredients in my dog treats are 100% natural. No additives, no preservatives and definitely no chemicals of any kind.
You’ll also find that they contain lots of beneficial herbs and spices which provide natural vitamins and minerals.
Dog treats with benefits
So my dog treats don’t just reward your best friend, they have built-in health benefits as well.
My dog treat recipes:
- Reward your dog for good behaviour
- Let your dog know just how much he or she means to you
- Improve the bond between you and your best friend
- Provide behavioural enrichment you won’t find in a commercial dog treat
- Improve your dog’s health with natural vitamins and minerals
That’s a pretty tall order for a small treat, but I manage it with every one of my dog treat baking mixes.
Dog treats humans can eat as well
And on top of all that, if you too develop a hankering for snacking on dog treats, fill your boots. Thanks to the fact that they’re made with human grade ingredients, they’re just as rewarding for humans too.
If you share your life with a dog, perhaps he or she will share their treats with you. Best ask first though. Just in case!