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Tasty Dog Cancer Treats for Your 3-Legged Hero

If you don’t love baking but you want to feed your Tripawd a healthy homemade snack, this no-bake dog cancer treats recipe is perfect!

A Cool, No-Bake Healthy Dog Treat Recipe

dog cancer treats
You probably have all the ingredients!

We discovered Nutty Nuggets Dog Cancer Treats Recipe in The Dog Cancer News. If your pup has cancer, this weekly newsletter is a must-read. Created by the dog lovers behind DogCancerBlog.com, it’s brought to you by Maui Media, publisher of The Dog Cancer Survival Guide.

Dog Cancer Survival Tips
The must-read guide when your dog has cancer.

Here’s what we love most about this no-bake dog cancer treats recipe created by Molly Jacobson of Maui Media:

It only has THREE INGREDIENTS

Dog cancer treats recipe ingredients
This is all you need to make the treats.

You can make this recipe in three steps

easy no-bake dog treats
We made this in less than 15 minutes.

Just mix, chill and serve: there’s no baking required!

dog cancer friendly treats recipe
Homemade dog treats don’t get easier than this!

Nutty Nuggets Dog Cancer Treats Recipe

Makes about 15 1-inch round treats, or 30 treats for smaller pups.

Ingredients

  • 1/4 cup plain Greek yogurt. Full fat is best, but low-fat is fine too. Just avoid flavored yogurt (too much sugar!).
  • 1/2 cup natural peanut butter. Stick to peanut butter without trans fats,  xylitol, or fillers. Or, make your own peanut butter.
  • 1 1/4 cups old fashioned oats. NOT quick oats: they will get too mushy. Steel cut are not easily digested, don’t use those either.

Instructions:

STEP ONE: Mix all ingredients in a bowl. You’ll need to use your hands to thoroughly blend.

no-bake dog treats

STEP TWO: Roll into 1″ balls with your hands or a melon baller. Place balls on a cookie sheet. Don’t let them touch, or they’ll stick together when chilling.

healthy dog treat recipe

STEP THREE: Cover tray with cling wrap. Slide into the fridge and leave until the balls are set and firm.

Warning: Your dog will become impatient while they chill.

Wait about 30 minutes. By then, they’ll be ready for your pup to try.

easy peanut butter dog treats
Your pup will go crazy waiting!

Nutty Nugget Dog Cancer Treats Nutrition Facts:

dog cancer treats nutrition facts
Dog cancer treats nutrition facts.

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