[ NOTE: You must consult your vet about the allergies your dog has. Just to be safe. ]
Food- There are 2 types of dog food. Homemade and store-bought.
Homemade: According to Dr. Larsen and Bartges, you need be careful on the recipes you choose as some are good and trustworthy recipes. Also, your dogs need to have an adequate diet https://www.akc.org/). So, here's a website to refer to homemade recipes https://secure.balanceit.com/recipegenerator .
Store-bought: Some dog food brands are Royal Canin, Pedigree, Taste of the Wild, Orijen etc....
Treats- Every dog loves their treats. [ NOTE: These recipes are not by us. It's by a youtuber, baker Rosanna Pansino. I will link her video down below. ]
Link to the Doggie treats video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pSqRNnaBTgE
Here are some simple treats you can give them like peanut butter, carrots, cooked meat, slices of apple and low fat cheeses like mozzarella. soft goat cheese and cottage cheese.
Here are some fancy treats,
Sweet Potato Doggie Biscuits: (1/4) Cup Fresh Minced Parsley
(1/2) Cup Minced Celery
(3/4) Cup Mashed Sweet Potato
(1) Cup Brown Rice Flour ( http://amzn.to/2c62qu8 )
(1/4) Cup Chicken Broth ( http://amzn.to/2chGVGo )
(1) Cup Oat Flour ( http://amzn.to/2cNxMsy )
(1/2) Teaspoon Chicken Seasoning ( http://amzn.to/2chHoJ1 )
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Mini Mutt Mints: (1/2) Cup Fresh Minced Parsley
(1/2) Cup Fresh Minced Mint
(2) Cups Oat Flour: ( )
(1/2) Cup Almond Meal ( http://amzn.to/2clXL8e )
(1/4) Cup Apple Sauce ( http://amzn.to/2ck0Q5t )
(1/4) Cup Coconut Water ( http://amzn.to/2chG88q )
(1/4) Cup Coconut Oil ( http://amzn.to/2csPbG2 )
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