Holiday Dog Treats You Can Make at Home

Christmas can be an extra-special time of year for every dog, and these holiday treats are an easy and quick way to show yours that you care. Plus, they don’t take much space!

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Try these peanut butter and pumpkin cookies for an unforgettable sweet treat! With only four ingredients and easy assembly required, they make for an enjoyable baking experience.


Nutcracker Crunch Treat Tin

Nutcracker Crunch Soft & Chewy Dog Treats make an ideal regift, featuring all-natural ingredients like peanut butter and banana that come packaged in an adorable refillable tin that makes for convenient gift giving.

No matter the occasion or recipient, Tom Haverford would approve of this treat tin for any pup! Use festive cookie cutters to cut out festive Christmas tree, snowman and turkey-shaped cookies from dough using festive cookie cutters; when done you will end up with a sweet and salty treat that your canine companion is sure to love!

Bacon Biscuit Tin

For pups that crave holiday snacks with extra flavor, this chew toy offers an irresistibly tasty combination of bacon and cheddar. Your doggo will spend hours working to unlock its secrets as they work their way inside this durable chew treat!

These treats will give your pup a nutritious bite while getting into the holiday spirit! Available in an array of shapes such as snowmen and trees, these savory snacks are sure to bring joy this year.

Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F and spray a muffin tin lightly with cooking spray. Press canned biscuits into each muffin cup by gently pressing up their sides, to create biscuit dough cups. Divide shredded cheese and chopped bacon among all of them evenly before filling each biscuit dough cup with equal amounts.

Milk-Bone Christmas Dog Treats Tin

Add some holiday spirit to your dog’s stocking with these nutritious treats! From stars, snowmen, Christmas trees and beyond shaped treats are made in the US without poultry by-product meals, fillers or artificial flavors – perfect for rewarding any festive spirit in your pup.

Give your furry bestie the indulgent treat they deserve with these vanilla-flavored, vegetarian treats featuring double brush technology for improved teeth cleaning, plaque reduction and tartar control.

Milk-Bone offers seasonal decorations in their classic bone shapes such as red and green stockings and trees. Plus their chewable biscuits made in the United States with locally sourced ingredients; all made free from animal by-products or fillers and artificial preservatives, flavors or colors! Paw-fect snacks!

Oatmeal Cinnamon Dog Treats

Cinnamon is one of the many safe spices dogs can safely enjoy, providing natural breath freshener properties and helping maintain fresh breath. Our holiday treats also contain ginger as an anti-inflammatory that may benefit senior dogs with arthritis and antioxidant benefits.

This recipe requires just three basic pantry ingredients and is quick and simple to make! Make sure that any added sugar in applesauce does not pose health concerns for dogs, while old-fashioned oats can be ground into flour in a food processor, and eggs provide needed binding power during baking. Finally, for festive results use festive dog paw or Christmas cookie cutters! These treats also freeze well.

Turkey & Cranberry Dog Cookies

homemade treats are a wonderful way to show your dog some extra holiday love this year. Plus, they let you avoid all of the additives found in store-bought treats while giving your pup something made from real ingredients!

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees and grease two cookie sheets with butter or margarine. Mix together dry ingredients in one large bowl while you combine egg, applesauce, and cranberries in another. Finally add wet ingredients into dry and stir together.

If your dough is too dry, add water or chicken broth to soften it before placing onto a floured work surface and kneading for one or two minutes. Roll out and cut shapes using cookie cutters before arranging on your prepared baking sheet.