As pet owners, we love sharing with our furry family members. Time, space, food… you name it.
Here are a few food items you can share with your little imps that will not only tickle their tummies but give them good nutrients, too.
Cooked herring is a great source of essential fatty acids. Your dog (and cat’s) skin and coat will love you for this treat!
Plain noodles are a fun treat. You can even give them straight from the freezer. Watch flour type and content for those allergy sufferers.
Good for tummy troubles. A little extract can be put in treats for little zip.
Keep the sodium low and, if you can, make it at home. Freeze in a Kong or soak an antler in it. Ya-um.
May have anti-cancer and anti-bacteria properties. We have lots of treats with cinnamon in them.
Cooked or raw, wonderful for eyesight.
Juice or the flesh, this beautiful fruit is packed with anti-oxidants.
Calcium and protein abounds and we have yet to find a dog who doesn’t like a bit o’cheese.
Add the tuna water to food and even use when you bake treats.
No, not usually on YOUR table but this is a good treat for then when all you see outside is snow.
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