My 2 poodles love the treats I make using the quick and easy dog treat recipes from here:
I wanted to make dog treats for my four beautiful chows, but this site said I couldn't feed them certain things. How can I get around it?
Foods You Should Not Feed Your Dog
I don't have any recipes, but I wanted to give a word of caution. Dogs shouldn't have raisins or grapes (very bad, can kill dogs) onions, or garlic. A lot of dog treat recipes call for either onions or garlic, and a lot of people don't know about the possible health risks. I was shocked myself to find it out.
There are other foods you shouldn't feed them. Here is a list.
http://www.peteducation.com/article ... ls=2&cat=1661&articleid=1030
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Here is a GREAT go to site..
I make alot of treats for our 4 dogs and their 'family and friends'. There's recipes on here for getting rid of: fleas, ticks, dandruff, bad breath ect....
Bookmark, you'll have it as your go to site too :)
Go to www.recipezaar.com.
Type in dog treats, there are 25 recipes for different
Since I couldn't find dry dog food recipes on the internet. I made up my own. 1 small roast carrots, celery, squash, rice, flaxseed and other kinds of seed, bran, oatmeal, lentils, brown rice apples, put all in the crockpot.
Let it cook all day, next puree it a little,bake it at 350 for 50min. take it out and crumble it up and dry it out,on a cookie sheet, i have a wood heater, so its easier for me, takes a day or two, then crumble up some more, and bag it and i put it in the freezer, try your own recipes but add extra oatmeal and rice. My pompom who is 20lbs loves it. He was gaining too much weight after him being fixed. so is starting to slim and pick up energy. sheila
My dog loves these Liver Treats;
One pound of chicken livers - pureed until smooth in blender. Mix in 1 cup flour, 1 1/2 cups corn meal, and 1 tablespoon garlic powder.
Spread on nonstick cookie sheet or spray Pam on a regular cookie sheet, cover with a sheet of aluminum foil and spray foil with Pam too. Spread treat mix on foil. Bake at 350* for 30 minutes.
When you take it out of oven, turn baked treat out on a cutting board. Peel off the foil, and cut the treat into bite sized pieces or cut with cookie cutters while the treat is still hot. If it cools it will just crumble. A pizza cutter works well to cut it into "dice" sized bits. You can keep the treats in the refrigerator so it won't spoil and extra can be frozen for later. I have a Jack Russell and a sandwich sized bag lasts about a week or so. These treats can also be used as your dogs regular food if you run out. Enjoy.
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