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Treats for picky dogs: 5 recipes to try

Let's face it, not all pets are food motivated, and some may be picky about new flavors in their dinner bowl. This doesn't mean you should call it quits when your pet doesn't like the taste of their new supplement. Here are five recipes we know your picky eating dog will enjoy!

Strawberry Spirulina Treat

Frozen dog treats are a great way to introduce flavors or textures to your picky dog eater. This power combination of strawberries and our Wholistic Spirulina will have your pup asking for more!  All you need is a blender and silicone molds!

What we used:
- Spirulina
- Strawberries
- Goats milk

Step 1: Blend the strawberries, spirulina, and goat's milk.
Step 2: Pour the mixture into the silicone mold, and freeze for 3-4 hours.

Carrot + Ester-C Dog Treats

Here’s another frozen dog treat recipe to help boost your pet’s immunity with our Immune Boost supplement. Carrots are a great source of Vitamin A, potassium, fiber, and more. Your pet will be happy you gave them this treat, and so will you! All you need is a blender and silicone mat.

What we used:
- Ester-C
- Carrots
- Bone Broth

Step 1: Sprinkle chopped carrots into the silicone mat.
Step 2: Blend Immune boost, bone broth, and carrots.
Step 3: Pour the mixture into the silicone mold, and freeze for 3-4 hours.

Joint Mobility GLM + Peanut Butter + Fruit Lick Mat

Enhance your pups day by adding a dog enrichment activity. Lick mats are another great way to help introduce flavors and textures to your pup. This fun activity paired with our Joint Mobility GLM will give you peace in knowing your beloved pet is getting the nutrients and mental stimulation they need.

What we used:
- Joint Mobility with GLM
- Peanut Butter (Dog-safe, xylitol-free)
- Strawberries, Blueberries, and Bananas

Step 1: Mix the peanut butter and Joint Mobility with GLM. Then spread onto the lick mat.
Step 2: Set your blueberries aside. Slice the strawberries, and bananas.
Step 3: Spread the sliced fruit and blueberries onto the lick mat.
Step 4: Store in the refrigerator or freezer.

Bone Broth + Hip & Joint Soft Chews Dog Treat

This recipe is a great way to hydrate your dog and support their hips & joints. Our pets’ bodies are designed to be active and agile. However, as time takes its toll on a pet’s skeletal system, they start to show signs of aging. Our dog joint supplements help combat this process and provide superior joint support. All you need for this recipe is a silicone mold.

What we used:
- Bone Broth
- Hip & Joint Soft Chews

Step 1: Pour the bone broth into the mold.
Step 2: Place one Hip & Joint Soft Chew in each bone mold.
Step 3: Freeze for 3-4 hours.

Strawberry + Digestive Soft Chews Pupsicles

Our pups love this refreshing treat, and with the added benefits from our Digestive Soft Chews it’s hard to skip this recipe! All you need is a silicone mold and a blender

What we used:
- Strawberries
- Digestive Soft Chews
- Goats Milk

Step 1: Blend strawberries + goat's milk in a blender.
Step 2: Fill each mold halfway with smoothie mixture
Step 3: Add 1 Digestive Soft Chews per mold
Step 4: Top with smoothie mixture
Step 5: Freeze for 3 to 4 hours

Quick Summary

If your dog is a picky eater, we understand how frustrating it can be to feed your dog something they won't eat. That's why we've compiled a list of some of the best treats for picky dogs. As pet parents, we want to ensure our beloved pets get the nutritional value for a better and sustainable healthy life. Comment below and tell us how your dogs' liked these recipes! Be sure to share any of your pets' favorite recipes below - we’d love to hear them! Shop our product line of organic supplements to help your pet meet optimal health!

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