Healthy Dog Treats


Healthy Dog Snacks

For decades there have been debates about the the quality of dog food and treats and how good they are for your pet. I have witnessed dogs that eat nothing but the cheapest food live to be 15 years and I’ve seen dogs that only eat high quality food pass away too soon from health issues. We personally use food products where a quality meat is the main ingredient and we mix it with Dr. Harveys (will talk about later). It is more expensive,

but if my dogs could speak, it’s probably what they would say they prefer and they deserve it anyways. When it comes to treats, that’s another story and there are so many healthy and inexpensive options for dog treats, you should consider using them instead. Below is a list of “people food” that are safe treats for your dog to eat and are healthier than what you buy in the store.


Hard boiled eggs are great dog treats

Cooked & Prepared Foods:

Lean Ground Meat

Peanut Butter

Cheese

Oatmeal

Cooked Eggs

Fish (no bones, no Tuna)

Rice

Honey

Popcorn (plain)

Quinoa

Yogurt

Chicken

Turkey


Steamed:

Green Beans

Broccoli

Cauliflower

Asparagus



Dogs Love Peanut Butter and Bananas

Raw Fruits & Vegetables:

Sweet Potatoes

Carrots

Cucumbers

Zucchini

Pumpkin

Brussel Sprouts

Celery

Potatoes

Corn

Peas

Cashews

Peanuts

Apples

Pears

Banana

Blueberries

Cranberries

Strawberries

Mango

Pineapple






** FOODS TO AVOID **

Grapes Raisins

Mushrooms Tomatoes

Almonds Onions

Chocolate Avocados

Cherries


two dogs with a garage door gate


Like I mentioned before, we use Dr. Harvey’s - Miracle Dog Food. It’s a holistic blend of 6 organic grains and 9 dehydrated vegetables that we mix with their regular food. When you see the chunks of vegetables in it, you know that your dog is getting some needed vitamins and minerals. If you are someone who is really into your dog’s health through diet, I recommend checking out their website: Dr. Harvey's//www.drharveys.com.


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