Maybe Homemade Dog Treats?

Saav

Author of The Cats of Stony River
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Apr 20, 2016
Location
Western NC
If anyone wants maybe?

BEFORE ANYONE MAKES THESE DOG TREATS, PLEASE PLEASE CHECK WITH YOUR VET AND MAKE SURE THIS IS SAFE FOR YOUR DOG!

With gluten-free flour, I made biscuits as per the instructions and added to the mix real bacon pieces, ham pieces, and organic shredded sharp cheddar.

I rolled it and made them into bite-size chunks and baked them as per the instructions. My Lilly adored them, they were safe, and our vet liked them for his dogs and it was okay. However, PLEASE PLEASE CHECK WITH YOUR VET BEFORE MAKING THESE!!

I apologize for the caps and red. I found this recipe and called my vet before making them. Please, please, be careful with your pet, and if it's okay, I hope your dog will enjoy!

Hugs

Saav
 

linda2147

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Mar 13, 2014
Location
New Hampshire
here's how I do homemade treats

get boneless chicken breast, remove as much skin as possible, cut pieces no thicker than 1/2 inch but as long as you want. Add NOTHING else

put the sliced chicken breast in a dehydrator, cook on high until the pieces no longer look shiny and don't stick to the trays.

Dogs love them. In fact making some today

You can also use beef or pork heart and kidney if you can find some
 

Alpha1

Pack Leader and Lover
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Mar 28, 2012
Location
USA
The only treat I ever "made" for my dog is organic beef liver, sliced thin, dried in the oven, and left on an open plate in refrigerator to dry further. Used just tiny pieces of it as a training treat, he loved it.
 

linda2147

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Mar 13, 2014
Location
New Hampshire
Now I'm off for the day, my daughter and I will go out for lunch then we have 60 pounds of meat to cut up and get in the dehydrator for treats. Be back later, have a good day
 

Saav

Author of The Cats of Stony River
Joined
Apr 20, 2016
Location
Western NC
Original Poster
If I ever get another dog, I might try those recipes!

Hugs
Saav
 

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