Tasty Treats for a Hoppy Easter!
Chocolate is highly toxic to dogs, but so are raisins which are commonly found in Hot Cross Buns. That’s why it’s always important to remind children that their Easter treats are just for them and when it comes to their four-legged friend, sharing is most definitely not caring. So, for a fun family activity this weekend – check out our Easter recipes for dogs. For more Easter safety advice click HERE.
These recipes are a great treat and even though your dog will probably want to eat the whole batch, they should only be fed in moderation. We also recommend giving your dog less of their normal food if you are giving them one of these treats, so they're not over-fed. They will stay fresh for a few days in an air-tight container, so no need to worry about waste.
While all the ingredients listed above are safe for most dogs, please bear in mind that some could be sensitive to certain ingredients. If you have any concerns about what you should or shouldn't feed your dog, please speak to your vet.