9 Healthy DIY Pumpkin Dog Treats

9 Healthy DIY Pumpkin Dog Treats


It's officially pumpkin spice latte season for humans—but that doesn't mean your pup can't get in on the fall flavor. Pumpkin is actually a dog superfood, packed with fiber and high in nutrients like potassium, iron, and vitamins A and C. The nutritious ingredient can even be used to cure a variety of canine digestion issues. We rounded up some of our favorite pumpkin recipes that are as healthy for your pup as they are Insta-worthy.

Pumpkin Apple Doughnuts

Gone to the Snow Dogs

Topped with a pup-friendly frosting, these apple-flavored doggie doughnuts are packed with anti-inflammatory ingredients like ground flaxseed and cinnamon.

Pumpkin Peanut Butter Bones

Pinch of Yum

These pumpkin-flavored treats are drizzled with a bacon and peanut butter glaze (two of pups' favorite ingredients.)

Pumpkin Carrot Pupcakes

My Modern Cookery

Pumpkin puree and vitamin A-rich carrots make up the base of these cupcakes, which are topped with a peanut butter-flavored yogurt frosting.

Pumpkin Puppuccino

Damn Delicious

It's the pup version of the PSL! Top this treat off with whipped cream (if your dog isn't dairy-sensitive) and cinnamon.

Pumpkin Chia Seed Toppers

Proud Dog Mom

These frozen toppers are a great way to incorporate carrots and ground chia seeds (a great source of omega-3 fatty acids) into your pup’s meals or can be a stand-alone treat.

Sweet Potato Pumpkin Bites

Proud Dog Mom

These tasty snacks combine pumpkin and sweet potato, two fall favorites that are nutrient-dense and loaded with fiber.

Blueberry Pumpkin Treats

Pet Guide

Made with blueberries, a pup superfood known for its powerful antioxidants and high vitamin C content, these baked treats can help boost your pup’s immune system.

Peanut Butter Pumpkin Balls

Peanut Butter and Peppers

These easy, no-bake pumpkin balls are filled with cinnamon and honey, which can help alleviate some doggie allergy symptoms.

Peanut Butter Pumpkin Ice Cream

Dog Milk

This icy cool treat is made using just pumpkin puree, peanut butter, and plain yogurt, which is full of probiotics that are great for your pup’s digestive system.

Kristen Klemens

Kristen Klemens

Content Intern at Ollie. Proud aunt of two pups. Aspiring bulldog mother. Can I pet your dog?

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