Here are the simplest, quickest and healthiest homemade dog treats on the planet. May this change your entire view of dog snacks forever.
Here's the deal, there are thousands of recipes for dogs that claim to be healthy and aren't. AND they take time to prepare.
Trust me, difficult or time consuming is NOT better and if we look at what our dogs like and were meant to eat, this should have you slapping your forehead and asking, "Why didn't I think of this myself?
It's called meat. Not just any meat but the best. Let me show you the first one right here and I'll explain the wonderfulness of it afterward.
Then you can smile right along with me.
Use any of the following:
Spread out in single layer on glass pie plate, Pyrex or cookie sheet with small lip.
Put in oven and bake at 300 degrees for about 30 minutes. Cool, put in container and store in the refrigerator.
Use within 7 days. You can also freeze a portion for later, serve as an occasional meal replacement or boost the nutritional value of your kibble by adding it often.
Let me count the ways these are the best dog snacks in the world:
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In fact the only way to improve it is to serve it raw.
I am a raw feeder and these are frequent ingredients in my Lulu's food. The fun part for me is when the kids come by and want to give her a treat, they just open the fridge and scan for a raw tidbit.
Having a container of hearts & gizzards works perfectly.
Instant, healthy treat!
I'm in the process of moving and found an empty spot with good lighting for the photo. I set it up and went to get the camera.
This is what I saw on my return. I'm so darn proud of Lulu. She could have eaten the whole thing in the blink of an eye. I forget to appreciate her wonderful manners all too often.
What did I do? I gave that girl a raw gizzard . . . and a heart . . . and then one more gizzard. I couldn't help myself!
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