Looking for a wheat free dog biscuit recipe? You can make your own homemade dog treats, without wheat or cornmeal, using this recipe.
The healthy ingredients in this recipe, like barley flour and oat bran are similar to those found in your dog’s wheat free dog food.
Blackstrap molasses adds iron, B vitamins and healthy minerals.
In addition to making sure that your dog doesn't get any foods that trigger his dog food allergies, you may want to consider a natural digestive support product.
This will make sure that your pet is digesting and getting all the nutrients that she needs--from her dog food and treats.
Using a GI support product specifically designed for dogs will also help to eliminate gastrointestinal problems like vomiting and diarrhea--a plus for you, as well!
However, your dog doesn't need to be allergic to foods in order to enjoy these healthy dog training treats.
Keep a handful of dog biscuits in your pocket, to use as a special reward when your dog is being good or you want to reward a particular behavior.
Store your treats in an airtight food storage container. They will last for several months, if not eaten sooner. The finished treats are a good size for puppies and small breed dogs too!
If you are searching for solutions for your pet with dog food allergies, make sure that you read, The Allergy Solution for Dogs by Shawn Messonnier, DVM and Natural Remedies For Dogs And Cats by C J Puoyinen, DVM.