With 70 easy-to-follow recipes for healthy, homemade dog treats, this beautifully photographed book is an ideal gift for every dog lover.
Our canine companions deserve the very best, so reward them with wholesome, homemade cookies. In this completely revised and updated edition of a well-loved favourite, you'll find more than 35 brand-new recipes, including grain-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, and even vegetarian options. The cookbook also includes information about how to customize any of the recipes to suit your dog’s specific diet.
Homemade dog treats have many advantages over the store-bought varieties. They are more economical, and there’s no unnecessary packaging. And you control exactly what goes into them, which means no preservatives, no strange chemicals, and no unsafe ingredients. In the Dog Kitchen shows you that homemade dog treats are not only budget friendly, they’re also quick and easy to make.
"Julie Van Rosendaal visited Breakfast Television Calgary to whip up a batch of Sardine cookies from In the Dog Kitchen."
The office pup at Best Bully Sticks Healthy Dog Blog tried out a recipe from In the Dog Kitchen.
"Julie Van Rosendaal visited Breakfast Television Edmonton to treat a few adoptable dogs with some snacks from In the Dog Kitchen."
CTV News Vancouver Island stopped by the Fairmont Empress for a PawTea, which was the launch of In the Dog Kitchen
Julie Van Rosendaal visited Global Morning News BC to treat a very lucky pup to some treats from In the Dog Kitchen.
"Julie Van Rosendaal shared a few thoughts on feeding your pet homemade treats, and whipped up a few recipes from In the Dog Kitchen."
Go! Island featured In the Dog Kitchen and the PawTea.