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4 Spooktacular Halloween Dog Treat Recipes

Trick or treat!

Halloween is coming up in less than two weeks, which means it’s almost time for mini ghosts and ghouls to come knock, knock, knocking at your door, wide eyed and sugar high with bags and buckets waiting to be filled with treats.

While it’s a tradition to offer the neighborhood kids a piece of candy (or five), their four-legged companions often go unrewarded. How unfair is that? This year, have a separate bowl filled with Halloween dog treats ready to pass out to the canine trick-or-treaters who ring your doorbell. Costumed or not, all well-behaved pups deserve a special treat on the spookiest night of the year. Here are a few simple recipes you can whip up just in time for October 31st.

Homemade Candy Corn Dog Treats

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1 ½ cup whole-wheat flour ½ cup oatmeal 1 egg ½ cup chicken or beef stock

For candy corn icing:

3 Tbsp. all-purpose flour 1-2 T water Food coloring

Get the instructions for making these Halloween dog treats here.

Halloween Dog Treats

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1 Cup Fresh Pumpkin 1 and ½ Cups Rice Flour 1 Tablespoon Cinnamon ½ Tablespoon Freshly Ground Ginger 1 Free Range Egg 1 Cup Honey 1 Cup Vegetable

Get the instructions for making these Halloween dog treats here.

Peanut Butter Halloween Dog Treats

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1 1/2 cups whole-wheat flour 2 tablespoons wheat germ 1 1/2 teaspoons dry yeast 1/4 cup cornmeal 1/3 cup peanut butter 1 cup water 1 ¼ cup unbleached flour 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1-2 tablespoons turmeric 1-2 tablespoons beet powder

Get the instructions for making these Halloween dog treats here.

Gluten-Free Halloween Delights

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1 cup Honest Kitchen Force™ (for dogs) 1 cup ground chicken 1 cup canned (unsweetened) or fresh cooked pumpkin 2 eggs 1 small handful of instant oats

Get the instructions for making these Halloween dog treats here.

We hope these Halloween dog treats have inspired you to consider your four-legged neighbors this Halloween. After all, dogs are trick-or-treaters, too! Please keep in mind that some dogs have food allergies, so it’s best to print a list of the ingredients you use and tape them to each treat (or hand the owner a slip of paper with the info). Tip: If you’re short on time and still want to have a festive offering for pups in costume, simply decorate store-bought dog biscuits with some Fido Frosting in festive colors and designs.

If you make any of the Halloween dog treat recipes listed above or come up with your own special recipe, please share photos with us on The Doggy Dojo Facebook page!

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