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Best Dog Toys That Hold Treats and Snacks

Fun Dog Toys

There are plenty of dog toys in the market that hold treats and snacks. This can add an element of surprise and interactivity, which your dog will be very much enjoy.

Darkyazi Snuffle Mat

The Darkyazi Snuffle Mat is an interactive, smell-based dog toy that can provide your dog with hours of entertainment and mental stimulation. Made from soft, machine washable fabric, it has numerous little pockets and compartments where you can hide dog biscuits or kibble for them to find.

UOLIWO Dog Treat Dispensing Toys

This adorable plush duck has pockets that you can fill up with treats. It’s about fourteen inches long, making it a suitable size for breeds of all sizes to play with. Treat compartments are hidden in the duck’s body, both of its wings, and its beak, mimicking hunting as your dog explores the duck with its mouth and finds the food.

It’s made from safe, durable, high quality fabric and stuffing, and can hold up to a lot of vigorous chewing. Plus, it has four squeakers inside it for your dog to find.

What Treats Can I Put in a Dog Toy?

One way to keep your dog interested is to switch around the treat and snacks you put into the dog toy. Here are a few we suggest.

Kibble

You can make mealtime fun by using your dog’s regular kibble inside toys like the UOLIWO duck and Darkyazi Snuffle Mat.

Dog Biscuits

Dog biscuits, like Milkbone and similar brands, can also be used with treat dispensing dog toys. You can even make your own dog biscuits using simple ingredients like peanut butter.

Frozen Broth

Because it melts, this option may be better suited to treat dispensing toys made from hard materials rather than fabric, like the Kong dog toy. However, you can also use it in washable fabric toys. Dogs love the hearty, meaty taste of chicken, beef, or pork broth. Just freeze it in an ice cube tray for a simple DIY treat that’s cheap and easy to make.

Store Bought Kong Stuffing

This product is designed for the Kong line of toys, and similar products, but you can use it in other treat dispensing toys as well. It comes in a spray can, like Cheez-Wiz, and comes in a variety of different flavors. The texture is similar to peanut butter, which dogs love. For easier cleanup, you can freeze it before putting it into the toy.

Homemade Dog Treats

You can make your own dog treats at home. There are quite a few recipes out there that are easy to make. There are peanut butter based pastes, as well as a variety of baked biscuits. Most are made from basic ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen, like eggs, rice, flour, oatmeal, and cheese.

Apples (minus the stem and core)

Dogs are surprisingly fond of apple slices, which have a pleasant texture and taste for them. You can also use other fruits, like bananas.

Raw Vegetables

You can stuff treat dispensing dog toys with celery, broccoli, carrots, green beans, and other raw vegetables. They’re good for your dog’s teeth, as well as their digestive system.

Cheese

Dogs love cheese, and it’s a fun treat to hide in their toys. You should give them cheese only in moderation, though, as its fat content is very high.

Cooked Meat

Cooked meats like steak, chicken, and salmon can also be used with dog treats. For example, one popular dog treat recipe is to mix diced chicken, cooked rice, eggs, and rice flour together.

Is peanut butter okay for dogs?

Dogs love the taste and texture of peanut butter, but is it good for them It’s pretty healthy, but you’ll need to make sure that the brand you’re using doesn’t contain xylitol. It’s a common artificial sweetener, used as a sugar substitute to reduce the caloric and carbohydrate content of peanut butter and other food products.

Xylitol is actually quite toxic to canines. When ingested, it causes your dog’s insulin levels to spike, potentially to life threatening levels. Check the label before you feed peanut butter to your dog. Most organic, natural peanut butter brands do not contain xylitol.

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