Have you ever seen your dog do a back flip? Well, step back because with this easy dog treat recipe, you're about to see a whole new side of your dog.
Don't know if your dog likes liver? Try this experiment: Walk around your house with a piece of dehydrated liver in your pocket, and see if your shadow has four legs!
This easy dog treat recipe has only one ingredient, beef liver. Liver may not be the prettiest dog treat you can make, but trust me, your dog will not care. In fact, I bet your dog will start asking for it by name.
Have you been meaning to teach your dog a new trick or better basic manners? This dog treat recipe makes a wonderful dog training treat. If after you have your dogs attention with this treat, you may find you need a little help with training. Check out these tips on dog training, basic puppy training methods and even recipes for homemade dog foods.
Before making this easy dog treat recipe, or any other with liver, be sure to review our tips on purchasing and using liver.
Storing & Yield - These liver dog treats will last for two weeks in the refrigerator. You can freeze them for four months. For more information on storing homemade dog treats, be sure to review our tips and techniques.
The yield really depends on how small you make each training treat. It also depends on how often you have a training session. Just keep in mind that since liver has a unique smell for your dog, a small piece will pack a rewarding flavor punch.
Of all the dog training supplies you may need to purchase, this is by far the most exciting for your dog. Who knows, maybe you'll need less methods to prompt your dog to perform tricks and mind his manners, with this easy dog treat recipe.
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