Today I've made Leila's favorite treats! It's really simple to do and you can choose the ingredients that your doggie's gonna eat ✌️ I'm gonna tell you these few passages to make your dog's treats at home:
You can use chicken breast (as I used this time) and White rice. You have to cook the rice (remember to wash the rice before cooking it under cold water) and chop up the meat and mix it with rice. Make small meat and rice balls and put them in the oven and bake them at 175° (350 degrees Fahrenheit) for 15 minutes, then roll them over and cook for another 15 more minutes or until they turn a golden brown. When cooler, you can freeze them in a zip lock freezer bag and defrost when you have the necessity. I'm sure your dog is gonna love it !
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doggie treats for our HBIC. 1) Organic chicken breast, blanched then dehydrated. 2) organic sweet potatoes cut, blanched in the chicken stock from the chicken breast treats, and dehydrated. 3) leftover home made organic butternut squash and corn purée (Marellas old baby food) mixed with coconut oil, whole wheat flour, and chicken/sweet potato broth. Baked at 350 for 15 minuets, cut, and now dehydrating. These will last Luna well over a month, and it cost us like $7. Also i know exactly what she’s getting! #dogtreats#spoiledpup#organic#goodeatsforpets