Healthy Grain Free Holiday Cat and Dog Treats

Making holiday cookies and looking for a recipe for grain free, healthy cat and dog treats that your companions will love?  These are easy, fun, fast  - and pooch and feline tested!

Pawgevity Junior and Mindy's HoHoHo Balls

A healthy, grain free treat for cats and dogs.

Pawgevity Junior and Mindy's HoHoHoBalls

Told you it was easy!

Hint:  put the almond butter in the freezer for a little bit before making – the balls will form easier.

Enjoy and happy holidays!

 

 

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4 Comments

  1. Posted April 26, 2013 at 8:45 am | Permalink

    Many people love to lavish food treats on their dogs: bacon and cheese snacks, pig ears, and an endless stream of table scraps. But all those indulgences come at a hefty price. Before Fido turns fat, it may be time to consider healthy dog treats .

  2. Posted June 8, 2013 at 9:52 pm | Permalink

    If you become familiar with the foods that are healthy for dogs and those that can be harmful, you will be well on the way to making holistic, healthy dog treats!

  3. Posted June 22, 2013 at 11:01 am | Permalink

    We typically give our dogs treats because we love them and care for them. It makes them happy and makes us feel good too. Making sure that your treating is truly contributing to your dog’s health is the best way to love your dog. Again, we believe that they’re not just pets, they’re family. Buying healthy dog treats is great. By using zero calorie treat options and healthy dog treats in moderation, you are making sure that your furry family members are happy, healthy, and will be with you for many years. And chances are excellent that they won’t suffer needlessly from painful joints and other diseases that are common with overweight dogs. Brushing your dog, an extra walk, a new toy are all excellent zero calorie dog treat opions.

    • Carole
      Posted June 28, 2013 at 3:26 pm | Permalink

      Great points, Elnora. And love the zero calorie suggestions!

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