While flowers, candy hearts, and chocolate are popular Valentine's Day gifts for humans, they are not appropriate for your four-legged loved one. Chocolate is especially dangerous and can even be deadly to dogs as it contains theobromine, a chemical that belongs to the class of chemicals that also includes caffeine. As an alternative to chocolate, this recipe calls for carob — a tropical Caribbean pod that tastes very similar to chocolate but is considered safe for dogs.
All you “knead” is love and a few ingredients to make these carob treats for dogs.
Recipe inspired by HGTV.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.