If you treat your dog like a child, you will definitely want to cook something delicious for him or her once in a while. Homemade dog food is a simple way to make sure your pup is eating a healthy diet. Surely, you won’t treat your dog to these tasty meals every single day. Do it at least once a week. Your canine friend will thank you. 1. Valentine’s Day Treats If you’re a single girl who’s going to celebrate Valentine’s Day with a pet, you might want to surprise your pup. Or, if you simply want to make your dog happy on February 14th, these colorful treats will do the trick. The dough is made with simple ingredients like water, brown rice flour, and apple puree. 2. Strawberry Dog Treats While many fruits aren’t good for dogs, strawberries and bananas make a wonderful dog treat. Honestly, these are treats that any human being will love, not to mention your dog. 3. Sweet Potato Dog Treat Biscuits Who said dogs don’t have a sweet tooth? They do have. My pup loves biscuits so when I found this recipe I decided to make these treats at once. The ingredient list is super simple and you can make a gluten-free version if needed. 4. Bacon and Cheddar Mutt fans Dog Treats Treat your pup to one of the most delicious meals that even people love. Unless you are a vegetarian you have some bacon in the fridge and most likely you have cheddar as well. So, why not make mutt fans for your canine friend? 5. Homemade Apple Crisp Cracker Dog Treats Apples are a healthy, affordable, low calorie and totally awesome treat for dogs, just like people. Apples are an excellent source of dietary fiber, vitamin A, and vitamin C.While your pup won’t eat a raw apple, you can suggest him or she try these apple crisp crackers. 6. Banana Carrot Dog Treats Adding this healthy treat to your dog’s meal plan is a simple way to improve your pet’s health and boost the energy level. Carrots are low in calories and high in fiber and vitamin A.Bananas are good for every dog, but when combined with other healthy ingredients, they’re perfectly safe. 7. Pumpkin Dog Treats Most dogs love pumpkin and if your pet is one of them, this delightful treat is your perfect bet. The recipe is simple and the ingredient list is budget-friendly.The only thing is that I don’t add salt to my dog treats. Salt is harmful to people, therefore it may be bad for dogs too. 8. Homemade Dog Biscuits When was the last time your pup stole your biscuits? The great news is you can make healthy biscuits for your pet too. This easy-to-follow recipe will help you. You can mix and match your dog’s favorite ingredients to create your own recipes too. When you have a pup, you realize that furry friend is a part of your family and no longer is an ordinary pet, but an actual person. You don’t have to spend hours in the kitchen making homemade treats for your dog as well as you don’t have to spend tons of money on expensive ingredients. Give some of these recipes a try to make your pup smile and happy today. But make sure you consult your vet before giving any homemade treat for the first time.