Welcome to liver dog treats by Donna K. On Donna's chicken jerky page, we asked the same question:
Are you fed up with mass-market pet jerky and treats that contain ingredients you can't even pronounce?
If you are tired of mass-produced treats, these easy-to-make treats made from beef liver will please your pet.
Make the jerky treats right in your kitchen... it's not imported, it's not full of God-knows-what, it has no preservatives, no added color, or fillers.
It has ONE (as in '1') ingredient.
You gotta love '1'.
Donna's DIY Chicken Pet Jerky
"If we measured our affection toward others
by how many nicknames we bestow upon them,
our pets would be the most loved."
— Carrie Brownstein
"If we measured our
affection toward others
by how many
nicknames we bestow
upon them, our pets
would be the
— Carrie Brownstein
As a change from chicken for my dogs, I use beef liver. They love these liver dog treats. The nice thing about beef liver is you don't have to slice it!
Donna jokes: "For me, that's a good thing as sharp knives and I don't go well together!"
NOTE: Spray the dehydrator trays first with non-stick spray and lay the liver on them.
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Read how to make
NUTRITIOUS dog food here.
As seen on Donna's chicken pet jerky page, the same test applies for "done-ness."
Simply bend the liver quickly and if it breaks, it's done. If it only bends, then there's still too much moisture in it. Put it back on the dehydrator and check every 12 to 18 hours.
Take note that on rare occasions meat can go bad. One time Donna forgot to turn on the dehydrator... and the other time she tested out dehydrating her treats in her shed in the winter time... it didn't work.
Do the "sniff test." If it smells bad, throw it away. Our pets are too precious to give 'em bad meat.
Stiff Joints Eased, and Fresh Breath too!
For Donna's senior dog, Kylee (a fabulous 12-year-young German Shepherd shown at the top of this page), Donna opens a capsule of glucosamine chondroitin and sprinkles it on the raw meat. When the liver dries, it's a joint supplement and a treat—all in one!
Donna says "If your dog has bad breath, you can sprinkle the raw meat with a bit of mint leaves. Use your imagination... just try to keep it natural for your pet's health!"
"Molley and Kylee love our dog treats!"
— Donna K. and Jenna
"Molley and Kylee
love our dog treats!"
— Donna K. and Jenna
Check out Donna's CHICKEN jerky dog treats
If you don't have time to make your own treats,
take a look at Donna's Etsy store and buy 'em ready made!
Check out Donna's
CHICKEN jerky dog treats
If you don't have time
to make your own treats,
take a look at
Donna's Etsy store and
buy 'em ready made!
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Susan Gast began Easy Food Dehydrating in December 2010. Read Susan's story of what sparked her interest in all things related to "food dehydrating."
Susan is featured on Mother Earth News blog, and on Solo Build It (SBI) who host this site along with her sister site, Finally-Keto. Read her first SBI interview, and her second SBI interview. Susan also runs an additional SBI website: SusanGast.com - Non-Fiction Author - and showcases many of the books she's created and marketed over the years.
Since 1980, Susan's involvement in publishing - in one form or another - led her to create a "review site" of products related to the publishing industry. Visit ePubTechReviews today.
Do you want to send Susan a quick message? Visit her contact page here. She'd love to hear from you!
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