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FreshPet Shows Us How to Make Homemade Dog Treats

I thought I’d seen it all.  I’ll admit that I treat our dogs like they’re my kids, my babies.  They are.  People tease me for boiling chicken each week, for buying blankets for the furniture, for bringing home new toys each week.  But how can I not!  I want the best for our dogs.

In my quest to find the healthiest dog food, to work with the best vet in town, to find the best dog trainer, I thought I’d seen it all.  I wasn’t even close.

So far this year, I’ve discovered…

Shake-a-Paw Greetings – cookie greetings for our dogs

Bone Dry Microfiber Dog Bath Towel with Embroidered Paw Print

And recently I discovered FreshPet who is showing us how to make homemade dog treats by providing fresh cookie dough.  When I say fresh, I mean that it arrives in a refrigerated container that can be reused for our purposes and the cookies are ready to bake, made of healthy, fresh ingredients, and our dogs love them!

Homemade dog treats are great for our dogs and a fantastic gift for dog lovers.  Can you imagine the surprise when this arrives?



  1. I checked out the FreshPet Cookie Dough that you have above because I thought it would be easier to make treats with all the ingredients already there, rather than trying to find them in my local country stores. BUT, I saw that they contain PALM OIL, which is an ingredient that I try to stay away from. In my search for new options for my animals I am trying to provide for them without adding to the demise of other animals or having them eat animals that I own. We have 3 cats, 3 dogs & 3 horses. Palm Oil adds to the destruction of the orangutans & makes them lose their lives & their homes. Now, if they used coconut oil instead, I would reconsider, but, that doesn’t look as if that is the case. Thank you for posting this so that I could see it, but, I just wouldn’t feel right using it. Which is sad for me, seeing as commercial dog treats are a scary thing. Even it is “Made In The USA” it can also contain vitamins from China, rendered things or things that people shouldn’t even have like high fructose corn syrup. Again, thanks for helping me to see something that I wouldn’t normally have seen while researching. :)

    • I had no idea, Stacy

      For those of us who are unfamiliar with palm oil; how could we tell that it’s coming from an area where animals are being misplaced? I don’t have a package of the cookies on hand, but was wondering if there was sourcing information that raised a red flag for you. Thanks so much for your help.


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