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Can your dog solve this puzzle?

Walks and playdates are important for our pups, but mental exercise is crucial, too. The Odin puzzle dog toy will keep your pooch intellectually stimulated, and look good doing it.

Insert treats into the flaps. Your dog needs to use his body and his brain to release them as the geometric shape bounces and moves unpredictably. It’s ideal as an exercise for high-energy dogs. Or fill it with food to feed dogs who eat too fast.

With two different-sized holes, small treats come out easily while bigger ones are more challenging. Have a larger dog who needs more treats? Attach two Odins together.

Founder Michelle Moy wanted to design an entertaining toy that was actually attractive. The Odin has a sleek, modern look and no dreaded squeaker. When your pup slobbers on it, just throw it in the top rack of the dishwasher. And even though it’s durable, the Odin isn’t meant to be a chew toy.

Keep your pup busy and wagging—give him a puzzle!


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Dog Chew Toy for Aggressive Chewers, Interactive Rope Ball with (get it here, new product discount October 2020)

Dog Chew Toy for Aggressive Chewers, Interactive Rope Ball with Strong Suction Cup, Anti-Boredom Food Puzzle, Puppy Training Teething Cleaning Treats Toys for Puppies, Small, Medium & Large Dogs

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Help dogs with separation aynxiety (put treat inside ball)
Strong suction cup keeps the toy in place
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Great present for other pet parent


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Toxic dog treats: What’s killing so many dogs? (CBC Marketplace)

Fighting for Fido | Originally broadcast September 28, 2012
Thousands of dogs are ill or dying across North America and it’s been going on for years. No one can say what, exactly, made the dogs sick. But owners say they fed their dogs a seemingly harmless product: a popular chicken jerky treat. We investigate.
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HOMEMADE DOG TREATS | Dehydrated | Natural

Welcome back to our channel! In this video we share how you can make three different natural treats for your dog at home. By dehydrating your dog snacks, you can keep them for a longer time and your dog will love these!

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Best Homemade Frozen Dog treats Recipe

As the summer temperature rise, your pooch also feels the heat and gets quickly heated up in the midday sun. So, some frozen treats can be a cooler way to cool down them in hot weather.
So, we have picked out the best — frozen treats for dogs which you can easily make at your home with the help of your assistant pooch.

In the video, you will get the best and easy recipes of frozen treats of different fruits and vegetables which are proven safe for dogs.

So, Please tell us in the comment section that which treat you tried first and how did you dog like it?

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Dog Treats – Sweet Potato Dog Biscuit Recipe

http://GardenFork.TV Dog Treat Recipe, make home made dog biscuits with this easy dog treat recipe. Our dogs love these healthy treats, its a great kid food recipe, making dog biscuits teaches kids how to care for dogs and how to cook. Plus these sweet potato dog biscuits taste pretty good, they kinda taste like tea crackers.

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1 medium sweet potato

2 cups whole wheat flour

1 cup whole oats

2 eggs

3/4 cup milk

preheat oven to 350F

poke 4-5 fork holes into sweet potato, microwave for about 8 minutes, or use the “bake potato” setting on your microwave. let the potato cool before handling it!

mix the two eggs together in a small bowl, set aside

remove the sweet potato from the skin and mash with a fork

add the dry ingredients together with the mashed sweet potato

add in then eggs and milk. you want a thick dough that isn’t sticky, you may have to adjust the amount of milk.

flour a board and roll out the dough, you don’t want a sticky dough

roll out to 1/2″ or 1/4″

cut out dog treats with cookie cutters or a glass or a tuna can or just use a knife to cut out whatever shape you like.

grease a sheet pan with cooking spray, butter etc. put the dog treats on the pan

pick up the leftover rolled out dough and form it into a ball again, and roll it out into a sheet, and cut more dog biscuits

bake for 30 minutes or until slightly browned on top.

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Homemade Dog Treats for Bad Breath Recipe

Do you dream of the day when you can snuggle Fido without having to smell his stinky breath? There are a lot of products on the market that can help stop foul breath. If you’re looking for a cheaper, healthier alternative to commercial products, try these homemade dog treats for bad breath. Read the full recipe here:

Treating your dog’s bad breath will depend completely on the cause of the problem. If his bad breath is mild to moderate, these homemade dog treats for bad breath may help. If his breath is severe, you’re probably going to need something stronger than these biscuits.

“Knead the mixture until a smooth dough forms. As you will see in my video guide above, this recipe for homemade dog treats for bad breath will create a dry dough. If it seems sticky, you may need to add a little bit more flour.”


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DIY Dog Treats time! St Patrick’s Day is coming we we wanted to make some DIY St. Patrick’s Day Dog Treats! We decided to do something a little different and we made Pot of Gold Dog treats from the end of the rainbow! I think they turned out pretty cute! These St Patrick’s Day Themed treats will be sure you make sure dogs feel like they found the Pot of Gold at the end of the rainbow! Our dogs LOVED them!

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Chicken Jerky Dog Treats

I’ve been wanting to try making Jerky in my Ninja Foodi, so let’s try it out on some chicken for a treat for Allie Jean. This process would be exactly the same for making jerky for yourself, you would just marinate the meat overnight in whatever flavoring you want-I’m thinking a spicy, soy sauce, honey, garlic mixture of some sort. I’ve never given Allie many treats because I do not like most of the store bought options. If I’m going to make her food, I shouldn’t give her snacks that are full of the junk I was trying to avoid in the first place. Using the dehydrator function in the Foodi, I can make her dried sweet potatoes, chicken jerky, salmon jerky, dried apples, dried sugar snap peas, all kinds of healthy treats. I did this round with no flavoring, but you can sprinkle with some turmeric or ginger if you’d like to mix things up for your pooch and add some healthy spices-but keep it simple.


2 organic, free range chicken breasts


1.) Pound the chicken breasts to an even thickness
2.) Slice the chicken into 1/4″ – 1/2″ thick slices – the thinner the better, but try to be consistent
3.) Place on dehydrator racks and cook in the Foodi (or other dehydrator) at 150 for about 6 hours


This can be done in the oven, just set your oven to the lowest possible temperature, place your chicken on an oven safe rack on a baking sheet, and cook for about 4 hours or until done.

Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to two weeks or in the freezer for 4-6 months

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Ninja Foodi 6.5qt multi-cooker

Dehydrator Racks

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