Pets in the home are getting fussier and fussier, when it comes to feeding them dog food to begin with. One of my friends has a dog who will refuse to eat anything that comes in either a tin or a packet; yet this little dog will devour any hand made treat, as if it's about to come off the market. The bone and biscuits can be so passe. Are there any other sweet, dog friendly alternatives out there?
What about a 'doggy high tea experience' once a week? It has worked a treat with the dog at the family home. We've whipped up some carob and yoghurt treats, where fido can indulge on a relatively healthy treat in the home, and he still has his appetite for some healthy dog food, of which we usually feed him some Bil-Jac Super Premium Dog Food. The latter treat can only be purchased online at Dog Treats R Us, unless you live in Victoria or South Australia, you can buy at local pet stores. That way your little, energetic bundle of joy can enjoy some healthy chicken full of protein, in tandem with a special treat that looks like a kids birthday party is happening in the home instead.
There was a doggy high tea sample display on at Better Homes & Gardens LIVE in Sydney recently. It just goes to show how popular this idea is becoming in many dog loving homes. The exhibitors near this display mentioned that they also whip up some carob and yoghurt high tea treats for their dogs at home. That's fantastic, however, do you have any other cool, creative ideas when it comes to treating your dog/s in the home?
The carob and yogurt is the healthiest dog-friendly treat by far. Many dog owners do provide their pets with an occasional candy or chocolate. If something is highly processed, it won't be great for your pet.