How to Make Healthy Dog Treats For Your Dog (and For Client Gifts!)

If you are like many pet business owners, you are often stumped at what to give your clients during the holidays or for pet birthdays. In this segment, you’ll get a step-by-step kitchen demonstration on dog treats that are healthy, easy and fun to make. You’ll also learn how you as a busy pet business owner can make cooking for yourself an enjoyable, vital and easy experience. Food is the fuel we need to run our businesses in a powerful and positive way. In this segment, you’ll learn how easy and fun it can be to plan healthy human meals as well as create treats your dog (and your clients' dogs!) are sure to love.

Marcie Prohofsky

In This Segment You’ll Learn:

  • The powerful benefits of incorporating a healthy diet for you and your dog
  • An easy and fun way to make homemade dog treats for your own dog or to give as client holiday or pet birthday gifts
  • What challenges get in the way of people eating healthy and how to get past them in order to create a healthier diet
  • Practical tips for busy pet business owners who want to plan meals at the beginning of the week to create ease throughout the workweek
  • How and where to store the homemade dog treats you make so they last longer and are as nutrient-rich as the day you made them
  • And much more!

Kristin - MUSINGSKristin’s Musings:

Marcie is a vibrant, bright light of a woman (and she has an adorable dog whom you will get to meet in this video). I’ve tasted her food for humans and she’s an incredible cook. The dogs who get her treats are lucky indeed. She’s so passionate about what she does and it’s hard not to be inspired to eat more healthy after watching this episode of her in the kitchen. Bon appetite, humans and doggies!

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From Sep 18th at 10am PDT until 10am PDT on Sep 19th.

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Marcie Prohofsky promo shot 2Marcie Prohofsky

Marcie Prohofsky is both a natural foods chef and a confidence coach.

As a coach, she works internationally with small business owners, entrepreneurs, and executives helping them improve their personal and professional relationships, feel more connected and supported, while launching them towards a deeper sense of life-purpose, presence and vibrancy.  As a chef and educator, her mission is to introduce people to the pleasure and benefits of cooking and eating plant-based foods chosen for increased energy, clarity and healing.

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  • Kristin Morrison

    Reply Reply September 15, 2018

    Hi there, pet business owners!

    Welcome to Day Four of the conference.

    If you’re not on Facebook or don’t want to log in to Facebook to be able to post your comment above, feel free to wander down here to post your comments or insights about Marcie’s segment. 🙂

    Do you make healthy dog treats or do you now feel inspired to make your own treats now that you’ve seen how easy and quick it can be?

    I’d love to know!
    ~ Kristin

  • Marie

    Reply Reply September 15, 2018

    Thank you for this interview and video with Marcie! I definitely will be making these dog treats! I’m inspired to bake some for all the dogs in my building.
    I have made some sweet potato chips before that dogs love. But this is much more interesting, yet still simple. Freezing in ziplock makes sense. #The tin boxes I have kept will finally be used!
    I didn’t mind the overlapping audio since I knew I would get the written ingredients. Thanks for putting it up.
    My heart melted seeing the bit where she gives the treats to the dogs. How sweet!
    Also, will be following the good advice to take half a day to prepare in advance, food for us humans too. Grains and pulses. Veggies seperate in glass containers. Good idea.

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