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from Kol's Notes

A lot of people think that it has to be a ton of work to make dog treats at home. To be honest, they can be right. If you want to make the fancy stuff, like liver filled whoopie pies or intricately marbled banana carob cookies, then sure, it’s going to be a bit of… [read more]


Learn how to dry your own dog jerky treats at home using a dehydrator. Recipes include pig ears, chicken, beef, liver, salmon, tripe and more!

from The Canine Chef Cookbook

This recipe is so simple and easily shared by the entire family. It's that good! I'm calling it taffy because that's what it tastes like - chewy, tangy watermelon taffy.

from DIY Joy

DIY Pet Recipes For Treats and Food - Healthy Homemade Dehydrated Dog Treats - Dogs, Cats and Puppies Will Love These Homemade Products and Healthy Recipe Ideas - Peanut Butter, Gluten Free, Grain Free - How To Make Home made Dog and Cat Food -

from About A Mom

DIY Jerky Treats for Dogs - With all of recent scares over dog treats from China being dangerous for pets: These sweet potato dog treats are a great replacement for rawhide chews which are not easily digested by dogs. Sweet Potato Jerky treats are a healthy alternative and simple to make!


After spending a ridiculous amount on dehydrated green beans and dehydrated sweet potato dog treats, I purchased a a dehydrator to make my own healthy treats. For not very much money, I can make crunchy dehydrated green beans and carrots that my dogs adore. It didn’t take long for my dehydrator to pay for itself …

from Jeanette's Healthy Living

Healthy Homemade Dehydrated Dog Treats - turkey, sweet potatoes, carrots and celery from making turkey stock are pureed and then dehydrated; banana slices and sweet potato slices are also dehydrated ~


Recipe for Sweet Potato Dog Chew Treats Large sweet potatoes Mandoline or sharp knife Cutting Board Baking Sheets Aid of your choosing for greasing the pans Oven Preparation: Preheat oven to lowest setting; ours went all the way down to 175 degrees. Meanwhile, slice one top off sweet potatoes to make for easier balancing when slicing. Carefully cut thick lengthwise slices of the sweet potato using a sharp knife or mandoline, about 1/3 inch thick for larger chews