Fall is the time everyone thinks of pumpkins. Pumpkin pie. Pumpkin spice. Pumpkin everything…
So why not make some pumpkin treats for your dog?
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Pumpkin is a healthy treat for your dog and making some treats for your dog is a great way to enjoy the season. For a list of the benefits of pumpkin for dogs, check out my post about pumpkin for dogs.
Always consult your veterinarian before giving your dog new foods.
No-Bake Pumpkin Dog Treats
There are times you don’t want to use your oven. Like when it’s hot outside. Or when you’re busy making holiday goodies and your oven is already busy. Here are some simple dog treats you can make that don’t require the use of an oven.
2-Ingredient Frozen Pumpkin and Yogurt Dog Treats
A super easy, 2 ingredient treat for your dog. These would be great for those that live in warmer areas of the world or save some pumpkin (canned or frozen) to make these in the summer. Or if your dogs are like mine, frozen treats are great regardless of how cold it is outside.
Easy No-Bake Pumpkin Dog Treats
Easy, 3 ingredient no-bake pumpkin dog treat recipe that can be quickly made for your dogs. It’s easy enough for kids to help with (or make by themselves).
Peanut Butter and Pumpkin Dog Balls
This is an easy, 5 ingredient dog ball recipe you can quickly make for your dogs. Even better, this recipe can be shared with the humans in your life as well. It also includes a video if you prefer watching how to make a new recipe.
Pumpkin Oat Treats
An easy, 4 ingredient no-bake pumpkin and oats dog treat ball.
Easy Homemade Pumpkin & Peanut Butter Dog Treats
A cool pumpkin treat for your dog. Once mixed these are placed in either the fridge or the freezer to set. Once set, they are stored in the fridge.
Frozen Pumpkin Dog Treats
These frozen pumpkin treats are an easy 2 ingredient treat to make for your dogs. They are great for giving to your dog on a warm summer day, or really any time of the year.
Baked Pumpkin Dog Treats
Fall is a time for baking. While your baking for yourself, why not bake one of these pumpkin dog treat recipes for your dog?
Pumpkin Spice Puppy Kisses
If you love pumpkin spice, why not make these pumpkin spice puppy kisses for your dog? They are shaped like Hershey’s kisses and make a great, small treat for your dog.
Soft Baked PB and Pumpkin Homemade Dog Treats
At 7 ingredients, these soft baked pb and pumpkin treats have the most ingredients out of all these recipes, but it looks good enough to share with the humans. If you do share with the humans, I would recommend using the milk and not the chicken broth…
Easy Pumpkin Dog Treat Recipe
This 4 ingredient pumpkin dog treat recipe is an easy treat to make for your dog.
Pumpkin Doggy Donut Holes Treat Recipe
For the donut (and donut hole) lovers out there, these pumpkin doggy donut holes are a great option to make for your dog. Regular donuts aren’t good for our pups, but these look like a good substitute to share with your pup.
Soft Peanut Butter Pumpkin Puppy Treats
Soft peanut butter pumpkin puppy treats are bite-sized treats great for training, or little dogs. Make them bigger if you only want to give a larger dog one treat.
Pumpkin Dog Treat Recipe
The peanut butter drizzle on these pumpkin dog treats makes them look appealing even to humans. The only thing I disliked was the first half of the post seemed to be a flea and tick advertisement. Just scroll about halfway down to find the recipe.
4-Ingredient Healthy Pumpkin Dog Treats
As the title says, this is a 4-ingredient healthy pumpkin dog treat. It’s a quick recipe to mix up and make for your dogs.
Pumpkin and Peanut Butter Dog Treats
Only 3 ingredients are needed for this pumpkin and peanut butter dog treat recipe. The author came up with these treats to replace (or add to) the store-bought vegan dog treats.
Soft Peanut Butter and Pumpkin Dog Treats
Soft peanut butter and pumpkin dog treats are a great option for training treats. They are easy to break into tiny pieces so you can give your dog lots of treats while training.
Peanut Butter Free Baked Dog Treats
Not all dogs can have peanut butter. Your dog may not like it or could be allergic to it. Or you or a family member may be allergic to peanut butter. Here are a few pumpkin dog treats that don’t have any peanut butter in them.
DIY Dog Treats: Pumpkin Sweet Potato Bites
This pumpkin sweet potato bites recipe combines two typically fall flavors, pumpkin and sweet potato to make a good treat for your dog.
Homemade Banana Pumpkin Dog Treats
This banana pumpkin dog treat is a simple, inexpensive recipe to make for your dog. This author says that the whole thing can be made for under $5.
Apple Pumpkin Banana Bones
Apple pumpkin and banana bones combine three things many dogs love to eat. This treat is sure to be a winner with most dogs.
Fall is a great time to try some of these pumpkin dog treats, but they would also be great to make any time of the year.
I would love to hear which of these treats you try and how your dog likes them.