Holiday Dog Treats Recipe Book [ Free ]

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Tsk the season to be treating your fellow dog with some special holiday dog treats! With all the buzz going on in the kitchen, family, friends and cheer makes It a wonderful time of the year.

And your dog knows something is going on too, he can almost taste it when he sniffs the air.  There’s turkey, biscuits, baking and pigs in a blanket waffling from the kitchen that can make a dog swoon!

However some of  these festive holiday foods are not great for dogs to eat, so why not bake something that they can enjoy! Kurgo was nice enough to share their pet friendly cookbook with us and we’ve gone through the book and think these holiday dog treats are dog wagging good.  With loads to choose from I’m sure you’ll find a yummy treat that your pup with love!

Our favourite holiday dog treat

holiday dog treats favouriteBread Machine X-Mas Bones

Located on page 16, this one seem perfect to make in our bread machine.

  1. Whisk together warm water and peanut butter in
    large mixing bowl; Add egg, honey, and oil and beat
    with electric mixer until smooth
  2. Measure out 1/2 cup (125 ml) of peanut butter mixture and
    set aside. To remaining mixture slowly add 3/4 cups (170 g)
    flour – 1/4 cup (57. g) at a time – until stiff dough forms and
    set aside.
  3. Take reserved peanut butter mixture and beat in the
    carob powder. Slowly mix in remaining flour, 1/4 cup (57 g)
    at a time until stiff dough forms
  4. Roll carob mixture out to about 1/2 inch thick. Set
  5. Roll peanut butter mixture out to form matching
    about 1/2 inch thick. (between 1 and 1/2 cm)  Twist the two together, pinching
    ends, and form the shape of a candy cane.
  6. Bake at 300°F (150 °C)  for 30 minutes.

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Also you can try our holiday dog treat too!

Peanut Butter and Cranberry Jelly Dog Treats

Looking for a great way to use fresh cranberries? Why not make these tasty little dog treats! These little crunchy bites are a perfect mix of peanut butter and cranberry jelly that are perfect for dogs to munch.


  1. Preheat oven to 180ºC (350ºF)
  2. Whisk together cranberry jelly, peanut butter, water and vegetable oil
  3. Combine oats and flour.
  4. Slowly add to the wet ingredients and mix thoroughly
  5. Drop teaspoons onto a greased baking sheet and press down.
  6. Bake for 25-30 minutes or until firm
  7. Let cool and then call your dog over for a peanut butter and cranberry jelly dog treat!

You can find the whole recipe for our holiday dog treat with cranberry here plus more in our treat section of the site.

Free Holiday Dog Treats Recipe Book

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Leftover Hound Hash on Page 11: Calls for stuffing as one of the ingredients. However if your stuffing has onions, raisins, grapes or anything else that’s not good for dogs do not use stuffing and use toast instead. See our Safety First…Know the food I can’t tolerate! It’s a guide on what dogs can and can’t eat.

We would like to thank Kurgo®, the pet adventure experts for letting us share their holiday dog treat cookbook. Kurgo a US based company was founded by brothers Kitter and Gordie Spater who make an extensive and diverse line of travel & outdoor products that encourage pets and people to live the companies motto, ”Go Together“.