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Verdict: Yes! In moderation cinnamon is a welcome, but unnecessary, addition to any dog’s diet.
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Fire n Ice Recipe: 1 oz. (30 ml) Bird Dog Cinnamon Whiskey, .5 oz. (15 ml) Gin, .25 oz. (7.5 ml) Curacao, .25 oz. (7.5 ml) Lemon Juice, .25 oz. (7.5 ml) Simple Syrup. Add everything to a shaker with ice. Shake till very cold. Strain into a rocks glass with ice. Garnish with a Lemon.
There are lots of dog treats at the pet store that have cinnamon in them.
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Of all the items in my pantry, the one I never want to run out of is cinnamon. My dogs and Ienjoy this amazing, deliciously fragrant spice every single day of the year. The dogs get cinnamon sprinkled over their food at every meal; I like it in and on everything from yogurt, lemonade, and chai tea to vegetable curry, baked apples, and rice pudding. But is cinnamon safe for dogs? And what about any of the other ingredients in holiday treats?
Photo provided by FlickrCinnamon is non-toxic to dogs, cats and horses, according to the ASPCA.
Photo provided by FlickrBetter safe than sorry if your dog ends up choking on that inhaled cinnamon and you’re too late!
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Cinnamon is a great communicator; if she’s scared or happy, she lets her pet parent know. Once she realizes she can trust you, she lowers her guard and becomes a cuddly snuggle-bunny. She gets along well with other dogs and cats, but due to her past, she should be the sole pet in the household. She’ll need attention and consistency in her training to feel more secure.You have plenty of childhood memories of coming home from school on a crisp, fall afternoon and being greeted by the smell of cinnamon and other spices. Perhaps it was a warm pie or a pot of fresh applesauce that your mom had waiting for you. When autumn rolls around, and you start your own baking marathon, your dog is probably lounging near the kitchen. If the smell of the cinnamon seems to intrigue your pup, don’t start doling out cinnamon-filled recipes just yet.It's time for another DIY Dog Treats video! Today we are making Apple Cinnamon Donuts for Dogs! We put it to a vote on Twitter, Apple Spiced vs Pumpkin Spiced, and the Pawdience choose Apple! So let's get to it!Studies have shown that cinnamon is good for humans in a couple of ways. Research has shown that just a half of a teaspoon can regulate blood sugar and increase insulin resistance, making it beneficial to people at risk for diabetes. There isn’t any definitive proof on how cinnamon affects your dog, but some vets say that cinnamon won’t harm an overweight dog who’s at risk for diabetes. If your dog is at high risk for diabetes, adding a small amount of cinnamon every once in a while to their low-glycemic food could help reduce the risk of diabetes.Yes, dogs can eat cinnamon, but in moderation. It can be added to pet food or as an ingredient in a treat. Take note, however, that consuming large quantities of cinnamon can leave your pet with a variety of health problems.Once you get your dough perfect, flour your surface and then roll the dough out to about 1/4 inch thick. This is where the comes in handy! Now take your , and cut out your donuts! Place them onto your lined with parchment paper, or a . Bake for 25 - 30 minutes. If you want them to be extra crunchy, turn your oven off after they are done baking and just leave the donuts inside to cool.

Once the donuts are cooled you can feed them to your dogs, or you can get creative and frost them! We use to frost ours. You just mix the powder with water and that's it! You can also add powdered food coloring to the frosting for even more fun! After we frosted ours, I sprinkled a few of them with a bit more cinnamon for some more color.