These plum and cinnamon dog biscuits have been inspired by my new baby Chester. Chester is a cockerpoo and at the time I am writing this he is 4 months old. Its currently plum season and one of his favourite things to do is to go out into the garden and grab a plum from the tree. I’ve checked and it is safe for dogs to eat plums as long as they don’t eat the stones. Luckily he is clever enough to spit them out. ¬†This recipe combines some of the windfall plums with healthy spelt flour, oats and cinnamon. Cinnamon is also ok for dogs to eat as long as they don’t have too much.

These plum and cinnamon dog biscuits are good enough for Mum or Dad to eat as well and would be great if you are trying to cut out sugar. Both Chester and my older dog Annie both loved these. You can see from the pictures that they were half gone in a split second. Haven’t had much luck convincing my friends to try them, probably down to the bone shape but trust me they do taste nice. I will probably have to rebrand them as well. The quantities I have given here makes about 16 small biscuits.

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