Making your own healthy homemade dog treats lets you control what goes into the recipe thereby ensuring your pet is getting a nutritious and wholesome snack. You can also tailor the recipes to your dog’s taste preferences as well as any dietary restrictions. Every recipe has been carefully researched, Kirby tested, and Kirby approved. Bone Appetit!

Choose a category and then click on the individual picture to view the complete recipe which includes cook time, prep time, yields, calories, and calories from fat.

Even though I have done, and continue to do, extensive research please seek the advice of your Veterinarian before changing your dog's diet or adding any ingredients to your dog's food especially if your dog has any underlying health issues.

We have retired recipes that were published in The Canine Chef Cookbook to make way for new recipes. An * denotes recipes published in The Canine Chef Cookbook which I have decided not to remove since they have achieved power pin ranking.

Baked Dog Treat Recipes

Bake a batch of love for your pup. Try something sweet or savory, meaty or meatless, crunchy or soft. You'll soon discover what your pup loves best.   

Grain Free Baked Dog Treat Recipes 

These grain free dog treats are designed for dogs who suffer from grain allergies but still deserve a tasty treat. 

No Bake Dog Treat Recipes

Even if you don't like to bake or don't want to bake we have you covered! 

Frozen Dog Treat Recipes

Frozen concoctions filled with healthy nutrition are perfect on a hot and humid summer day! 

Dehydrated Dog Treat Recipes

These can be made using a dehydrator or oven. They are easy, healthy and will satisfy your pup's urge to chew and chew and chew. 


Bonus Section

These are amazing recipes for the human which I find oh so delish!  Some of them can be shared with your pups ONLY IF YOU MAKE SURE THERE ARE NO DANGEROUS INGREDIENTS for dogs.