Homemade Treat Recipes for English Bulldogs

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The way to an English bulldog’s heart is through his stomach. Making your own bulldog treats ensures you know exactly what goes into them, avoiding all the creepy chemicals, additives and other icky ingredients found in many commercial snacks. We’ve collected four fabulous recipes most bulldogs are sure to enjoy.

Frozen English Bulldog Treat Recipes 

Frozen treats are quick and easy to prepare, especially if you whip them up in the evening and let them freeze overnight. They are also an ideal way to help your dog cool down after a jaunt or bout of exercise. These two recipes come from Cesar’s Way and Bullwrinkle, respectively.

Peanut Butter Yogurt Pupsicles 

(Photo: Danielle Daigle)

english bulldog frozen treat

Prep Time: 10 Mins.                 

Ingredients

bulldogs peanut butter frozen treats
  1. 32 oz. vanilla yogurt
  2. 1 cup peanut butter
  3. Baking cups as needed

Directions

frozen peanut butter bulldogs

(Photo: Danielle Daigle)

  1. Melt peanut butter in the microwave.
  2. Mix the yogurt with melted peanut butter.
  3. Scoop mixture into individual cupcake papers.
  4. Place papers on tray in freezer until set.

Tuna Yogurt Pupsicles

Ingredients

bulldog tuna treats

  1. 2 containers plain or vanilla yogurt, 32 oz. each
  2. 1 can tuna in water, 8 oz. can
  3. 2 tsp. garlic powder
  4. 24 small plastic cups, 3 oz. capacity

Directions

  1. Scoop out 1 cup of yogurt from each 32 oz. container, set aside to freeze as plain yogurt popsicle or use for other purpose.
  2. Open tuna, drain, and distribute one half of the can into each 32 oz. yogurt container with the remaining yogurt.
  3. Mix tuna and yogurt well.
  4. Add 1 tsp. garlic powder to each yogurt container, mixing well.
  5. Scoop out portions of the mixture into each 3 oz. cup.
  6. Place on tray and freeze overnight.

Baked English Bulldog Treat Recipes 

Baking your own dog treats is an extra-special way to say I love you. It also gives you a chance to have a bit of personalized fun by choosing cookie cutters in dog-happy shapes, like bones, squirrels, mailmen, cats or fire hydrants. Rub a bit of flour on the cookie cutters, and your rolling pin, to prevent dough from sticking. These two baking recipes are from Cesar’s Way and Food.com.

Gluten Free Bulldog Biscuits

Ingredients

bulldog biscuits

  1. 2 ½ cups oats
  2. 1 egg
  3. 1 tsp. chicken or beef broth
  4. ½ cup hot water
  5. 1 tsp. salt (optional)

Optional Extras: Spruce up the biscuits by adding bacon broth, oats, liver powder, shredded cheese, bacon bits or wheat germ

Directions

  1. Heat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Mix bouillon in hot water.
  3. Mix in rest of ingredients.
  4. Work dough for about three minutes, until it turns into a ball.
  5. Roll out dough about ½-inch thick.
  6. Cut into slices or cookie-cutter shapes.
  7. Place on lightly greased baking sheet.
  8. Bake for 30 minutes.

Pumpkin Bulldog Biscuits

Ingredients

pumpkin bulldog biscuits

  1. ½ cup canned pumpkin
  2. 2 eggs
  3. 2 tablespoons dry milk
  4. ½ tsp. salt
  5. 2 ½ cups wheat flour (regular flour if dog has wheat issues)
  6. Water as needed

Directions

  1. Heat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Whip eggs, stirring in pumpkin, salt, dry milk and flour.
  3. Knead with your hands, adding water as necessary to make dough a bit easier to blend, although dough should be dry and stiff.
  4. Roll out dough about ½-inch thick.
  5. Cut into slices or cookie-cutter shapes.
  6. Place on lightly greased baking sheet, about 1 inch apart.
  7. Bake for 20 minutes on one side; flip and bake another 20 minutes.

 

Advice for Treats: Make sure you pay attention to your dog’s reaction to any treats you make to ensure he’s not consuming an ingredient that causes him distress. You can also substitute ingredients if any of the recipes contain items your dog shouldn’t have, such as whole wheat flour. The frozen treats should remain frozen until serving, and you can freeze the baked treats in an airtight container to make them last for up to six months. Simply thaw for 10 to 20 minutes before serving.

What other homemade treats does your bulldog go nuts for? Share your favorite recipe in the comments section.

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