Dog weight loss can be a sensitive subject, especially when it comes to cutting out high calorie (but often very yummy) dog treats.
Low Fat Carrot Shaped Treats
for Fat Dogs
But your pudgy friend need not worry with this low fat carrot and banana dog treat recipe.
As with all treats, keep them in moderation, drink lots of fresh water, and get plenty of exercise. (Maybe chasing rabbits away from these carrot packed dog treats!) :)
Additional flour for Rolling
Storing - These treats will be fresh in the refrigerator for 3 weeks. Keep them in the freezer for up to 6 months.
Yield - Using a 3 inch cookie cutter, you'll get 24 biscuits.
If your sweet friend is going through a dog weight loss program, this dog treat recipe will keep him happy and not feeling left out when it comes to the dog treat jar.
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Recipe Reviews for Carrot Weight Loss Biscuits
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