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Spooktacular Simple Howl-o-ween Dog Treats!

With Halloween around the corner we thought we'd offer this frightfully simple and good dog biscuit recipe so you can make sure your precious pup has some treats of their own!

Remember not to feed your dogs (and keep out of paws reach) any chocolate or human sweets because many ingredients (including coco and sweeteners) in them can be poisonous to our fur babies.


  • 65g Oats

  • 35g of fresh pumpkin (flesh only)

  • 30g Mutt Butter (peanut butter for dogs= xylitol free)

  1. Preheat oven to 150 degrees C

  2. Put oats in food processor or use a stick blender to turn them into a fine oat flour, put aside.

  3. Use food processor/stick blender to puree the fresh pumpkin (or you could get ready made pumpkin puree - if its pure)

  4. Add the oat flour, pumpkin puree and peanut butter into a bowl and mix into a firm dough.

  5. Roll the dough out to 2 cm thick and use your spooky themed (or any) cookie cutter to cut out the biscuits.

  6. Place treats onto a non stick tray and bake for 30-40 mins.

  7. Allow to cool before feeding them to your pup.

I hope your dog enjoys the treats and don't forget to share your creations with us on social media!

  • Facebook; @adogstaledereham

  • Instagram; @a_dogstaleuk

We love seeing your dogs and how you show you love them.

Things to consider

During the Halloween time there can be so many things that could stress our dogs out. They may be a doorbell barker or may be confused by the scary little people coming to the door. The following are a few tips to help you to help them cope with all these different things;

  • create a safe space - nervous dogs may wish to hide away, if they choose a spot let them be there and you could even make it cosy for them before hand in preparation.

  • ensure they can't run out - have a baby gate or a safe way to get to the door with out your dog, this will prevent them from getting spooked by the scary costumes and will make sure no children that may not be used to dogs get spooked too.

  • have treats for them (like the ones above) so they don't grab the ones you have for the trick or treaters, and so you can make it a positive experience for them.

For more tips that can help around fireworks night too, please check out our other blog specifically for that here.

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