Love is in the air this Valentine’s Day, so let’s also add it to our dog treats! With Valentine’s Day only weeks away, we thought you would love a few creative and delicious DIY ways to spoil your pup that are easy on the wallet and loved by dogs all over the world.

These fun, homemade dog treat recipes are sure to win your pup over and make them your Valentine for life.They’re a great (and simple) way to make sure your dog feels included in all the holiday festivities. And since I do this every year I decided to put together a list of my favorite Valentine’s Day dog treats.

Cranberry Hearts

    cranberry hearts treats for dogs valentine's day

    These little grain free dog treats are a favorite of mine because they’re easy to make and super cute. If you want to treat your dog with something special this Valentine’s Day you can’t go wrong with this recipe.
    Cranberries contain a chemical compound that can help prevent urinary tract infections. They are also high in fiber and antioxidants that help prevent disease and boost the immune system.

    Frozen Yogurt Valentine’s Day Dog Treats

      Frozen Yogurt Valentine’s Day Dog Treats

      Three simple ingredients! What’s not to love?

      Valentine's Day Dog Cookies (Gluten Free)

      VALENTINE’S DOG TREATS DIY | Valentine’s Day Dog Cookies
        If you’re looking to make something special for your dog this Valentine’s day check out these awesome heart shaped dog cookies. They’re one of my favorites because they’re gluten free (made with rice flour) and easy to make. Rice flour is high in fiber, calcium, and other vitamins. It is great for dogs.

        Cream Cheese Dog Biscuits

        Cream Cheese Dog Biscuits

          Didn’t you ever hear that cream cheese is the way to a dog’s heart? This cream cheese dog biscuit recipe is guaranteed to make your dog’s heart race with excitement!

          Strawberry Banana Carob Marble Dog Treats


            As carob doesn't contain caffeine and theobromine, it is perfectly safe for your pup to enjoy. And yes, dogs can eat strawberries. Strawberries are full of fiber and vitamin C. Along with that, they also contain an enzyme that can help whiten your dog's teeth as he or she eats them. 


            Cooking our dogs’ meals, treats, and dessertscan be one of the most meaningful actions we can take to benefit their health and well-being. It’s reassuring knowing exactly what ingredients go into the foods they are eating. Plus, it’s very satisfying. Unlike human family members, our dogs never complain that their food isn’t picture-perfect or that it’s overcooked or too bland. Rather, they appreciate the extra-fresh ingredients, care and love put into each bite. As well as being included in the holiday festivities. Show your dog some extra love this Valentine’s Day.

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