These treats were designed with dogs in mind, but they are just so delicious, you may want some for yourself! This simple CBD dog treat recipe uses only five ingredients and will have you and your pup sitting, staying and maybe even shaking for this CBD, coconutty peanut buttery goodness!
Combine the first four ingredients in a mixer or mix by hand until blended. Roll into balls of the desired size. Roll the treats in coconut flakes and store in the refrigerator. After about 30 minutes in the refrigerator, they will be perfect for your dog...and you to enjoy!
Coconut oil is known for its countless benefits as a healthy fat. Many veterinarians recommend coconut oil to help with skin issues as well as digestion for pets. It is also used to boost immunity, energy and assist in weight management. That all sounds pretty great!
First of all, peanut butter tastes awesome! We do recommend that you find a natural peanut butter without any fillers. Dogs typically love the taste of peanut butter and it has some great beneficial properties when consumed in moderate amounts. Luckily, with treats like these, you can make them into appropriate serving sizes.
Receptra Pet CBD Oil
Receptra Pet CBD oil is specifically formulated for pets, but is perfectly safe for human consumption, containing pure hemp extracts and MCT oil. CBD is an excellent source of Omega 3 and 6 Fatty acids which are essential to the body but cannot be produced by the body. CBD is a great source of these fatty acids. There are countless benefits of CBD for dogs.
Whole grains can be good for both you and your canine companion. The high fiber can help the body feel full and assist in digestion while also stabilizing blood sugar. They are also naturally gluten-free, though dogs very rarely have a gluten allergy.
Though it may be tempting to get the sweetened variety of coconut flakes, coconut is naturally sweet and much healthier without added sugar. Coconut contains iron and zinc, which both human and canines need.
Enjoy your Receptra Pet CBD Dog Treats for up to a week . . . though we doubt they will last that long!