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Meat-Free Dog Treats

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Meat-free dog treats that are healthy and natural are as rare as hen’s teeth. The fact is though, not everyone wants to feed their dog meat. If you yourself follow a vegan or vegetarian diet, you might well wish for your dog to follow an entirely plant-based regime. That not only means meat-free food, but meat-free dog treats as well!

If you’re as concerned as I am about the food that goes into your mouth, you’ll also want to know that your dog’s treats are not highly-processed. Because highly-processed means many nutrients will have been lost and replaced with synthetic nutrients which are not one and the same thing at all.

(And rather defeats the object in my opinion)!

Concerned about synthetic ingredients in dog treats, I started baking homemade treats for my dogs. The meat-free dog treats recipes I created for Ava and Marco then became my dog treat baking mixes such as my Oat & Mint dog treat baking mix, my Carob & Banana cookie baking mix and my Spirulina dog treat baking mix.

These three dog treat baking mixes are:

  • Made only with 100% natural, human-grade ingredients
  • Contain no wheat, meat, additives or preservatives
  • Contain all the necessary dry ingredients
  • Come with easy-to-follow baking instructions
  • Use eco-friendly, biodegradable/recyclable packaging

Fresh Breath Biscuit Baking Mix

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

With my dog treat baking mixes, you’ll know exactly what’s in your dog’s treats. Every one of them has also been approved by my resident dog nutritionist.

In addition to being meat-free and plant-based, they contain ingredients that will benefit the health of your best friend.

And your dog’s homemade dog treats will be so healthy, you can eat them too if you like. Why? For all the reasons previously stated. They’re made only with meat-free, human-grade ingredients. The very healthy ingredients that are likely to be part of your diet already.

I do hope you’ll try them. Oat & Mint is my favourite!

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