It’s important to focus on the health and wellbeing of your dog in many aspects. This comes down to the treats you give to them, the activities you allow them to do, and the routine you set for them. Where treats are concerned, ingredients are important and in this post, we’ll be taking a look at our new Organic Doggy Peanut Butter!
Not all dogs can eat everything that dogs are “supposed” to eat, as certain things affect allergies and sensitive stomachs. For that reason, it’s important to look for healthy and nutritious treats. Our peanut butter for dogs is the ideal healthy, yet tasty, treat!
It’s not just for giving them straight out, however, so let’s look at a few things you can do with our delicious doggy peanut butter treat jar.
- Use it on a Lickimat – Lickimats are a great choice for avoiding boredom and for when you want to distract your dog, e.g. when you need to groom them. You can coat the lickimat in our doggy peanut butter and you won’t hear a peep, other than the slurping as they enjoy it!
- Make your own biscuits – If your dog loves the crunch of a biscuit, you can use our peanut butter within a recipe so they have a smooth and crunchy texture to enjoy. Of course, it’s also healthy so there’s no worries on that score. There are plenty of peanut butter doggie treats recipes out there.
- Stuff into rubber toys – By stuffing a little peanut butter into a rubber toy such as our KONG Classics you can guarantee hours of entertainment as your dog tries to lick every last morsel out of the toy!
- Ideal for giving your dog medication – Dogs seem to know when you’re trying to give them medication; they can just sniff it out! However, if you hide their medication in the peanut butter, they’ll be too distracted by the taste and smell to care about what else is inside!
- A cooling treat during the summer months – If the weather is hot, add some of the peanut butter to the bottom of an ice cube tray and add some yoghurt on top. This will give your dog the ideal sweet treat and help them to cool down in the warmer months.
- Use it as a training tool – Of course, dogs are going to respond to training when there’s something in it for them at the end. You can use the peanut butter as a reward and give it to them when they’ve done something positive, or as a ‘well done’ after a training session.
Who knew doggy peanut butter could be so versatile?