Grain-Free Pumpkin Apple Dog Treats

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Happy Friday! This weekend is our first wedding anniversary! I cannot believe how fast a year has gone by! A year ago I was preparing for a walk down the aisle, stressing over wedding decor, and day dreaming about our first year of marriage. It is now in the books.

This year brought many things! A wedding themed Christmas Tree, our first loss with our miscarriage in August, a vacation to Hawaii and Washington, and our newest family member, our rescued pup Brielle!

Grain free pumpkin apple dog treats!
Grain free pumpkin apple dog treats!

She has come such a long way since we first brought her home from the shelter in May! She is celebrating her 4 month adoption-versary on the same day as our wedding anniversary! Cheers to the Panza family!

Grain free pumpkin apple dog treats!

The best way to celebrate Brielle and the beginning of fall, Pumpkin Apple dog treats or PUP-kin Apple Dog Treats! These are homemade dog treats that are grain-free and made in your own kitchen. We have been working on solving Brielle’s itching addiction and we are almost positive she has an allergy to grain. We only give her grain-free food and treats to minimize her itching.

These treats are perfect to share with your pup’s puppy pals and a great way to control the ingredients your dog is consuming! Quick, easy, and Brielle LOVES them! Lots of tail wags for Pup-kin Apple dog treats!

Pin this recipe to make as a gift to take on Thanksgiving to the hostess who loves her pup or you can share these treats with your pals at the dog park! I love to call them Pup-kin Apple Dog Treats!

Pumpkin Apple Grain Free Dog Treats

 

Grain free pumpkin apple dog treats!

pup-kin-apple-dog-treats

 

Grain Free Pumpkin Apple Dog Treats
Grain free, homemade dog treats perfect for your little pooch! Limited ingredient dog treats1
Grain Free Pumpkin Apple Dog Treats
Grain free, homemade dog treats perfect for your little pooch! Limited ingredient dog treats1
Servings
50Cookies
Servings
50Cookies
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. In a large bowl combine all of the ingredients until mixed completely.
  3. With the dough, make balls the size of a nickle. Using a fork, press down the dough making a cross hatch on the top of the cookie. (similar to how you make peanut butter cookies). You can also roll out the dough and use a cookie cutter to create fun shapes.
  4. Bake cookies for 25 minutes and completely cool before giving to your dog. Dog cookies should be refrigerated because there are no preservatives in the treat! Half the recipe for less treats or share with your pooches favorite puppy pals.

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