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Hypoallergenic Dog Treats

Chicken Chompers
Dog Cookies Recipe

Make hypoallergenic dog treats for your food sensitive dog easily with this recipe for cute little Chicken Chompers.

Chicken Chompers are wheat free and gluten free, and they will soon become a favorite for your pet with canine food allergies!

If your dog has allergies, you have probably struggled with finding dog food and treats that she can tolerate. It can be really frustrating—until you find a dog allergy diet with foods that are safe and healthy for your dog.

This recipe includes foods that are usually tolerated by dogs with allergies. You can omit the baking powder if you’d like, as that sometimes has some gluten in it.

I LOVE homemade dog treats!

Photo of dog licking his chops for a homemade dog treat

Wheat free, gluten free, and full of nutrition, these Chicken Chompers allergy dog treats are super easy to make if you use your bread maker--or, alternatively, just use your heavy duty mixer with a dough hook. to make them!

The Chicken Cookie Cutter that I use is 3” x 2 ¾”. If you have a small breed dog or a puppy, you might consider using a smaller cookie cutter.

Chicken Chompers Dog Allergy Treat

Chicken Chompers Hypoallergenic Dog Treat

Our dog Skipper is a miniature schnauzer. Because I like to give her smaller sized treats, I usually just break one of these cookies into halves or thirds. She doesn’t seem to mind! And neither will your dog!

Ingredients for
Chicken Hypoallergenic Dog Treats

Directions For
Chicken Allergy Dog Treats

  • Place everything in your bread maker according to the manufacturer’s directions.
  • Set the bread maker for the dough cycle.
  • When the dough is mixed nicely, you can take it out. You don’t have to wait until the bread maker beeps.
  • Roll the dough into a ¼” thick sheet, using a non-stick rolling pin.
  • Cut out the chicken shapes with your Chicken Cookie Cutter and place them on a lightly greased cookie sheet or a silicone baking mat.
  • Bake the allergy dog treats 275 degrees F for about an hour.
  • Turn off the oven and let the cookies continue to dry overnight. When they are done, they will be very dry and crisp, with no “give”.

If your dog has food allergies, you will find these this book to be helpful: The Allergy Solution for Dogs by Shawn Messonnier, DVM.

I think your dog will enjoy these chicken dog treats and that you will have fun making them.

For a change in pace, why not try making some of my other hypoallergenic dog treat recipes?

Beefeater Wheat Free Dog Treats Recipe
Beefeater Wheat Free Dog Treats Recipe
Peanut Butter Hypoallergenic Dog Bone Recipe
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