Dog Treat Recipe without Eggs?

by Grace

My black lab is allergic to eggs... as well as chicken, duck, turkey, peas....lots of things.

I noticed most of your recipes have eggs... can you give me some recipes without eggs. Thanks.

Chef's Answer ~ Wow, your sweet baby is allergic to quite a few things. Besides making dog treats without eggs, like the dehydrated Liver Dog Treats you can substitute the eggs in any dog treat recipe.

There are several different options, and you can mix and match to see what works best for you and your dog, or what you have in your pantry.

For one egg you can use ONE of the following substitutions:

1/2 banana, 1/4 cup unsweetened applesauce, 1/4 cup plain low or fat free yogurt, 1/4 cup of low or fat free milk, or my favorite option, 1 tablespoon of ground flax seed with 3 tablespoons of water.

I hope this helps. Happy Dog Treat Baking! :)

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Thanks for the egg substitution ideas
by: Kathy

Thank you for these egg substitutes... not only is it great for those with allergies, but sometimes I forget to buy more eggs, so it's nice to know what I can use in their place!

Love all the dog treat recipes!

Chia seeds
by: Anonymous

Chia seeds are a great egg substitute also!

Thank You
by: Vicki

Thanks so much for the info on egg substitutes. Do you happen to have a recipe for cookies or treats for arthritis relief? Keeping in mind, my pug cannot have eggs, turkey, rice, barley, wheat, yeast or pork. Thanks again, glad I discovered this site.

Vicki

Chef's Comments ~ Cherries have been shown to relief arthritis symptoms. I have one cherry dog treat recipe right now, it's my Cherry Oatmeal Dog Muffin.

Check with your Veterinarian, but one way of helping your dog with arthritis is to give him Glucosamine Chondroitin supplements. You can make one of my dog treat recipes, especially the muffins, then after it is baked and soft, push a pill inside to help it to be accepted.

I hope that helps! :)

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