Homemade dog food and treats are becoming more and more popular and we want to provide you with a fun and tasty treat for your beloved furbabies! Below you will find the recipe and instructions; so have fun and keep on living the Good Life!
(Please see the important note at the end of this post for information on safe peanut butter and yogurt.)
Finally, give to your dog on a hot day and watch him enjoy.
*Please make sure that you are using unsweetened yogurt without any artificial sweeteners and peanut butter that contains no xylitol. It is important to consult your veterinarian if your dog is sensitive to certain foods or if they have any allergies.
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