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Thread: Recipe for Healthy Dog Treats!

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    Super Member Damsel in DisDress's Avatar
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    Recipe for Healthy Dog Treats!

    My Dogs mean everything to me and after reading about certain dog treats linked to kidney failure, I dumped the whole cookie jar of Doggie treats into the trash!
    I decided to make my own healthy treats and thought you might like to make them for your dogs too! My Indy and Bella love salmon so here you go:

    Salmon Dog Treats!
    1-14.75 ounce can pink salmon; drained
    3 eggs
    1/2 cup sesame seeds; ground
    1/2 cup flax seed; ground
    1 cup potato flakes
    1 cup whole wheat flour

    Dump everything into a food processor and mix until all ingredients are mixed and dough forms.
    Put dough on lightly floured board and roll out to about 1/4 inch thick.
    Cut with whatever size cookie cutters you want, my dogs are small so I use small cutters. Place on on lined cookie sheets and bake for 20-25 minutes in a 375 degree oven.
    Cool and store in covered container.
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    thank you for posting I am always looking for things to keep my little girl healthy

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    Thank you for the recipe. It will be a healthy treat for my very much loved dog.

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    how many small treats did this recipe make..think it could be doubled?

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    Tks for sharing. Many store bought treats have way too much "stuff" that you don't want your beloved pet to have.
    It's good to get some good recipes for home made ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DianaSwi View Post
    how many small treats did this recipe make..think it could be doubled?
    This recipe makes about 100 small treats. You can double the recipe, but it depends how big your food processor is.

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    thank you! and thanks from Bubba, Bella, Lucy and Maddie!!
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    Cool, thanks, I will make them today, I have salmon I will never use so this is perfect.

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    Thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe with all of us dog lovers. I am sure Bella thanks you as well!
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    Be careful if you're using store canned salmon, it has alot of salt in it for your furry friends. Could be a problem for their kidneys. Just a thought, those look yummy!

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