Halloween Dog Treats

The countdown to Halloween is officially on! We’re all preparing our outfits and have buying far too many treats for the few trick or treaters. But we don’t want to leave our poor pups out. There are plenty of options online, for costumes for your dogs, we covered our favourites last week. However we struggled to find some good treats for them too. So this week we have rounded up our favourite homemade Halloween dog treats. We’re sure you’ll have just as much fun making them as you dog will eating them!

4 Ingredient Pumpkin Dog Treats

4 Ingredient Pumpkin Dog Halloween Treats DIY Homemade RecipeThese simple pumpkin treats from Dalmatiandiy only have 4 ingredients. They don’t require any special moulds, so no need to buy anything unnecessary. However they still have a distinctive Halloween look, in the shape of a pumpkin!

Bone Yard Pumpkin Cupcakes

DIY Halloween Dog Treat Muffins RecipeThis recipe from Today’s Creative Life is so easy you don’t even need to bake it! Just whip up the few ingredients into a muffin tin and pop them in the freezer. For those of you in the UK, you’ll have to replace the suggested bones with something else. A gravy bone or milk biscuit bone would work well.

Pumpkin Carrot Dog Treats

2 minute DIY Halloween Dog Treat CarrotsIf you’re feeling like you’ve left it all too late and don’t have time for faffing in the kitchen this is the answer. Grab some carrots and cut them up in to a pumpkin shape. Your dog will love a bit of variety in their diet. It’s also super low calorie for those who don’t need the extra ‘treat’. You can read how to do it here, but to be honest it is probably pretty obvious!

Skull And Crossbones Frozen Treats

DIY Frozen Halloween Dog TreatsThe only downside to this recipe from Beagles and Bargains is that to make it a truly Halloween treat you need to have a mould. If you’ve run out of time to buy online lots of places including the supermarkets have Halloween ice cube moulds that will do the trick! These guys have used a skull and crossbones one but you could use a normal ice cube tray of muffin tin. 

Which one do you think your dog will love most? Let us know in the comments and share the pics of your dogs treats on Halloween!

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