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Garlic in large amounts is most certainly dangerous to dogs, as it does kill red blood cells and can cause anemia. There are studies that state small amounts of garlic can help boost your dogs immune system and rid their bodies of toxins. If you choose to feed garlic to your dog, it needs to be carefully moderated.
Lennap - Should you ever have interest in making treats, it's actually really easy. You can cut up liver, beef, chicken, sweet potato, and just dehydrate it/dry it out in the oven. Biscuit treats are completely customizable and you can be as simple as using baby food mixed with whole wheat.
There are some really great cold dog treats if you live in a place that gets hot in the summer.