We understand that you love your dog. They don’t call dogs “Man’s best friend” for nothing! They bring us joy, make us laugh, and comfort us when we’re feeling down. They miss us when we’re gone, and get so excited when we’re back that you’d think we were gone for a year! That’s why we are pet parents, not pet owners. Our dogs are our children, and we love them as such. So, why not feed them like we would feed our own children? It’s easier than you might think, and a great way to get the kids involved!
There are a number of reasons to bake your own dog treats. To start with, you are in control of exactly what is in your treats. For anybody who has ever had a finicky dog, you know that there are some things they just don’t like. This is especially true in the case of most treats you buy at the store; your pooch would much rather eat the burger out of your hand than chew on cheap, overly-processed treats that have an ingredient list a mile long. So, why not compromise? You can easily bake dog treats with peanut butter, pumpkin, cinnamon, or anything else you can think of, and those treats will be much better for your dog.
Baking your own treats is healthier because you aren’t loading them with preservatives and importing them from some “kitchen” that may or may not care just how good those treats are. Think of it like fast food; sure, you can get a burger through the drive through, but if you did that every day, your body wouldn’t be feeling quite as good as it would if you baked something healthy at home (and, honestly, who doesn’t love a good home-cooked meal?).
You also don’t have to worry about your dog having an allergic reaction, or developing allergies if you’re making the treats yourself. Dogs can be just as sensitive as humans, so we should pay attention to what we give our pooch so they can live a long, happy, and healthy life. Frequent allergies include beef, dairy, pork, soy, fish, eggs, and more. Many popular dog treats contain these ingredients, too, limiting your choices if your pooch is allergic to any of these.
Now, you may argue that you’re not a whiz in the kitchen. That’s perfectly understandable. Many people have grown up with a microwave oven being their primary food preparation device, so turning on the oven and baking something can seem like a foreign idea. However, baking your own dog treats isn’t hard. We’ve actually taken out a lot of the hard work and created something simple to bake. If you’ve ever made a box brownie mix, you can bake your own dog treats. That’s where Pupolicious comes in!
Pupolicious is a dog treat and icing mix, much like those boxed baking mixes you see in the store, that is quick, simple, and most important of all – healthy. It comes with everything you need to start baking your own dog treats, and has 3 simple steps; mix, bake, and decorate. The only things you need to make Pupolicious is a mixing bowl, rolling pin, baking sheet, a spoon, oil, water, and of course, an oven. You can also easily flavor your treats, and http://www.pupolicious.com has flavoring suggestions and simple instructions for just that purpose. It doesn’t stop there, however; Pupolicious is a great way to get the kids involved with the quick & easy icing mix (after all, what kid DOESN’T like decorating treats), so it’s something the whole family can do for your furry friend!
With Pupolicious’ safe, simple ingredients, you can easily bake dog treats at home, making it easier to show your dogs just how much you love them. That’s why we call Pupolicious “the dog treat you bake with love.”
Pupolicious is a new dog treat and icing mix available and made in the U.S.A. You can read more and purchase Pupolicious at www.pupolicious.com
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