Chicken training treats

by Healthy Barks Social September 22, 2022 2 min read

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Commercially prepared treats are not fit for daily consumption by our dogs, and we cannot overuse them in their training process also.  

Dogs primarily need chicken in their diet, especially dogs which have dental issues or sensitive digestive tract. Chicken meat is an excellent lean protein source, along with housing omega 6, and glucosamine. 

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Feeding dogs a fresh, human-grade diet can lead to hydrated skin, a shinier coat, and healthy bones. While there are plenty of dog foods that containchicken-based ingredients, nothing quite beats the taste or nutrition offresh, homemade cookies.

Often pet parents want to make something for their four-legged kids, but when they start looking for recipes or things to cook, the hassle makes them quit. Don't worry, we have come to your rescue, let's dive intoChicken training treats, to let your dogs enjoy the nutrition of chicken while enjoying its taste.


What do you need? (Ingredients)

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  • 100 g of chicken mince or 1 Egg
  • 2 whole egg 
  • 80 g of oats flour
  • 1 tbsp of water/broth 

How to make it? (Process)

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  • Mix chicken mince with the oats flour.
  • Whisk the eggs, and add to the mixture. 
  • Add the broth 
  • Increase flour if the mixture is too runny, or add some bone broth if it is too dry. 
  • Make a runny mixture.
  • Use a pyramid baking sheet, pour the mixture into the molds and bake at 180* for about an hour  
  • Remove and feed as training treats. 
Chicken training treats for dogs, training treats for dogs, dog biscuits,

Feeding guidelines : 

Small dogs - 20g  
Medium dogs -30-40 g
Large dogs - 50 g

Welove making these homemade treats and also recommend them to all ourcommunity members. They’re simple, full of wholesome ingredients, and inexpensive to make. 

You can also make a double batch and give some as gifts! Who wouldn’t appreciate healthy, homemadetreatsfor their furry friends? 

We hope your dog(s) enjoys these DIY healthy veggie dog biscuits as much as ours did! 

Please leave comments on whichrecipe you want next. If you have some special recipe that your dog loves, please share it with us and get your recipe featured in our blog. 

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