Homemade dog treat recipes are so much fun to make, especially when you know your dog will love them.
You'll want to keep this recipe in the regular rotation of homemade dog treats to make because your dog will flip for the meaty flavor of these little morsels.
Use these treats to hide vitamins or medication. The meaty flavor will mask odors and make medication time a welcome part of the day.
This is a wonderful dog treat recipe for our dog friends who must be on a prescription diet dog food. Check with your Veterinarian to make sure the other ingredients are safe and healthy if your dog is on a special diet.
Storing - This frozen treat, like many homemade dog treat recipes, needs to be kept in the refrigerator or freezer. Keep in the freezer for up to 4 months.
Yield - Using a 1 inch cookie scooper, you will yield about 40 meatballs.
If you have a large dog, you can make meatballs with an ice cream scooper to satisfy the larger appetite. These dog treats also make a tasty yap-petizer for a dog party, too.
Don't forget about using these meatballs as dog training treats. Instead of using the scooper to form the treats, you could leave it as is, once combined, as little training crumbles.
With so many ways to use versatile homemade dog treat recipes, you may never need store bought treats again.
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