Include Vitamin Supplements In Your Homemade Dog Treats Recipes

Include Vitamin Supplements In Your Homemade Dog Treats Recipes

By Todd Jones

Homemade dog treat recipes give you the ability to include vitamin supplements in your dog’s diet. Like people dogs occasionally need supplements in their diet but getting them to take pills can be a hassle. Many dog owners resort to wrapping the supplement in a more desirable treat but some dogs are simply too smart to be fooled by this trick.

There are also pill pockets available for the purpose of hiding the treat and although they are effective, they can also be expensive. One solution to the problem of feeding your dog supplements is to include them in your homemade dog treat recipes.

Glucosamine is a popular supplement that promotes joint health in dogs. Although this supplement is readily available in commercial prepared dog foods and treats, incorporating the supplement in your own homemade dog treat recipes can be a more economical way to include these supplements in your dog’s diet. You can use the glucosamine tablets available for human consumption but many dogs will be reluctant to consume this bulky pill. You could, however, grind up one appropriate amount of glucosamine for each serving that your homemade dog treat recipes yields and incorporate the ground up supplement into the treats. This will make the supplement much more palatable for your dog.

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3 Responses

  1. Teresa Farmer
    | Reply

    I’m looking for a recipie for cat treats with glucosimine and chondroitin. Iwas giving my cat a commercial one but they discontinued

    making them. Now i can’t find another that he will take. He really needs the supplement help. he’s 10 years old, and 3 years ago he lost his back left leg to cancer. Can you help me? Thanks

  2. HART (1-800-HART)
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    Perhaps check the articles in our archives

  3. James
    | Reply

    This is a great idea. Up to this point, I’ve been using Pill Pockets, or store bought treats for Glucosamine supplement for my dog, but as you mentioned, that can get very expensive. I guess the trick will be to get just the right amount into my homemade treats, so my dog gets the benefits, but doesn’t taste it and spit it out.

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