Ahh, how we love autumn at Edgard & Cooper! It is the season for quality time with your furry friend: exploring the infinitely coloured forests together or snuggling on the couch. Our pumpkin dog treats are the perfect, healthy snack to show your dog some extra love during these moments. Made with powerful ingredients, they are quick and super easy to make!
For 20-25 balls:
100g mashed pumpkin
60g peanut butter or nut paste
3 tbsp oat bran
Handful of oats
1 tin of Edgard & Cooper (300g)
Handful of Edgard & Cooper kibbles
Did you know that peanut butter is a source of protein and is packed with healthy fats and vitamins E & B6? However, always use it in moderation and choose the natural variety without adding extra salt or sugar.
1. Mix the mashed pumpkin, peanut butter (or nut paste) and the tin of wet food into a malleable dough.
2. Gradually add the oat bran. Mix briefly. Keep in the refrigerator for 1 hour.
3. Use your hands to make small balls about 3 cm in size.
4. Crunch the Edgard & Cooper kibble with a mortar. Roll the balls through the kibble or oats for a crunchy finish. You can keep the balls in a sealed jar for about 1 week.
Keep these guidelines in mind when serving our delicious pumpkin balls: Toy dogs: 0.5 ball/day Small breed dogs: 1.2 balls/day Medium breed dogs: 2.6 balls/day Large breed dogs: 3.3 balls/day Giant breed dogs: 4.5 balls/day
Autumn has just gotten more fun now, right? Let us know via chat what your dog thinks of our homemade pumpkin balls!
About Edgard & Cooper
Joyful pet food
Eating is one of life’s simple joys, so why overcomplicate things? Unlike most other pet foods, we treat nature’s ingredients with respect and make food that’s naturally healthy and full of flavour.
Play nice with nature
We’re on a mission to become the world’s most sustainable pet food. We love nature, so we pledge to make real, lasting change through our targets of zero carbon, fully sustainable packaging and ethically sourced ingredients.
Friends stick together
We donate 1% of our sales to the Edgard & Cooper Foundation, which works with charities that improve the lives of cats and dogs today, while protecting them tomorrow.