Are you looking for some simple CBD dog treat recipes?
Along with other basic ingredients that are usually found in your pantry, your pup will be in for quite the treat!
1. Peanut Butter CBD Cookies
I’ve compiled a list of 12 simple CBD recipes for your dog including no-bake and bake recipes.
Not only is this summer-friendly treat a great way to beat the heat, but it’s also bursting with nutritious antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals thanks to healthy blueberries and coconut oil.
Simply heat up 1 cup of CBD infused coconut oil and add ½ cup of almond butter and 1 teaspoon of cinnamon.
The bottom line is you have to find what works for your dog and situation.
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This method is also tricky because it’s hard to make sure each treat has the correct dose of CBD.
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Store the biscuits in an airtight container. Give your dog one treat a day, or more if they need an extra dose.
These no-bake treats are perfect for dogs with inflammatory conditions. Both CBD and turmeric have anti-inflammatory properties, and the crack of black pepper helps your dog absorb the goodness of turmeric.
Since this recipe makes 14 and lasts about two weeks, you can give your dog one a day, every day!
Peanut Butter CBD-Enriched Dog Cookies
There are many benefits of CBD oil for dogs, which is why so many dog-lovers buy CBD dog treats for their furry friends. But did you know that you can make your own CBD-enriched dog treats at home? Here are a few easy recipes for CBD dog treats.
Please note that the measurements of CBD oil assume your dog uses one drop a day. Please check our dosage chart and adjust accordingly.
This is also a no-bake recipe that is super easy to do. The mashed sweet potato can be exchanged for mashed pumpkin. These delicious cold treats are perfect for the warm summer months!
*Ensure that the apple sauce and peanut butter don’t contain toxic preservatives or sweeteners. Be especially careful to avoid xylitol, a common sweetener that’s extremely toxic to dogs, even in small doses.