Many people love coconut — and you can add most dogs to that list too! While we don’t know as much about coconut’s health benefits in dogs as we do for their human counterparts, it seems that the occasional coconut-based treat can be tasty and potentially offer a little boost for your pup. Coconut contains medium-chain triglycerides, a type of fatty acid that in modest quantities provides an easily digestible energy source that improves the skin and haircoat and might even help to reduce inflammation.
Bring the snow indoors (without the cold) by making these no-bake coconut “snowball” treats. All you need is a food processor and a little room in your refrigerator to store them.
Recipe inspired by Rover.com. This article contains recipe information that is considered suitable for pets. However, it is important to consult with your veterinarian before offering your pet any of the ingredients contained in this recipe.