This liver dog treats recipe for homemade dog biscuits will satisfy even the most ardent liver lover. And you can easily make them at home.
After you have the liver cooked, the dog biscuit recipe can be completed in a little over an hour!
And your dog will soon be enjoying his dog liver treats, as soon as they have cooled!
The advantage of using your own dog liver treats recipe to make these dog biscuits is that you can control the ingredients, and the treats won’t contain harmful preservatives.
This recipe uses all natural whole grains and I've included brewer's yeast for extra nutrition, as well.
Brewer's yeast is rich in B complex vitamins, is heart-healthy and helps to keep the fleas away from your pet.
And the oatmeal in the dog biscuits will help to keep your pet's cholesterol count down!
This liver dog treats recipe is made from healthy ingredients and is nutritious for your dog—but there is a caveat to this.
The treats are rich in iron – which is a good thing. But, as with many things in life, too much of a good thing can be a bad thing! If your pet has too much iron in his diet, the iron can interfere with his absorption of phosphorous. This is rare, but it does happen, and you have to be especially careful with small breed dogs.
So don't make any liver treat (bought or homemade)--your dog's exclusive dog treats.
That having been said, Skipper, our miniature schnauzer, loves these homemade dog biscuits liver treats. I give them to her as a special treat, and she gobbles them up—sometimes before they could hit the floor!
I think that your dog will like them too!
Here's the recipe...
Because these liver dog treats contain fresh liver, I always refrigerate or freeze the biscuits to make sure that they stay fresh.
Any pet treat that contains meat should be refrigerated for safety.
For more easy dog biscuit recipes, try the recipes in You Bake 'em Dog Biscuits Cookbook.
These popular dog treat recipes are fine by themselves, but adding a little chopped meat can really add interest for meat lovers: