If you live with several pets, it’s a good idea to have a stash of treats on hand to give them as a reward. If you have more than one small dog, remember that they can fight over food, so you’ll want to keep a separate stash of treats that only your smaller dogs can access. But don’t forget, if you have a large dog, you’ll want to keep a separate stash of treats that only your large dog can access.

You’ve spent a lot of time thinking about your pet. What’s the best food to feed them? Is there the right food for their breed? You’ve been looking for the right dog toy to buy them. You’ve even got a list of the top pet-friendly hotels for when you go on holiday.

Now you’ve finally got them settled into a routine, and it’s time to find the right way to treat them.

  • Frosted Pumpkin Treat

The pumpkin provides them with beta-carotene, which is a powerful antioxidant, and the yogurt gives them a dose of calcium. These treats are simple to make as well. You can even double the recipe and freeze some for later. Your pet may be acting a little too cute to be true this season; it could be that he or she just wants a tasty treat. Pumpkin is a great way to sweeten your furry friend’s life and can be a great alternative to sugary sweets.

  • Paws Dog Treats

Frosty Paws are a relative newcomer to the dog treat industry, and their products are a big hit. They are a family-owned company that values the importance of being able to treat your pets with good quality products at a fair price.

  • Bacon Cheddar Treats

So, my dog just won’t stop begging for bacon. I tell him to go on a diet, but does he listen? No. He’s a dog, what do you expect? It’s like all he thinks about is how he’s going to get his hands on some bacon. He’s obsessed, and frankly, it’s a little creepy. I’ve found a way to appease him, though. I take all the bacon from his human food, mix it up with cheddar cheese, and then I bake it into a batch of bacon cheddar treats.

  • Cranberries

We’ve all seen commercials for dog and cat food that feature happy, dancing pets, but what about the treats they give our pets? Canine and feline stomachs are different in many ways from humans, and what we like to snack on may not be the best for our pets. When you don’t want to splurge on specialty pet treats, though, there are a few items you can keep on hand that your pet will love. One of those is dried cranberries—and you can use these whether you have a cat or a dog.

  • Pumpkin Pineapple Treats

Apples and pumpkins are some of the most popular fall vegetables. A classic combination, they are often combined in pies or used as a dessert topping. However, another combination is pumpkin and pineapple. Slightly sweet, these fruits have health benefits that pets can also enjoy. This recipe combines both of these seasonal favorites with a simple yogurt topping. Yogurt is a great source of protein and calcium, while pineapple and pumpkin are both high in fiber and vitamins A and C. The only other ingredient needed is a small bag of raisins, which help to add some carbohydrates to the dish.

These are just a few ideas for treats for our pets. There’s so many others out there that are worth considering, so shop around, do your research, and let your pet get a little pampered from time to time!