This recipe for homemade dog treats uses delectable tuna and savory herbs. These tuna tots contain fish oil for dogs. Learn about the health benefits from tuna and the other fishes you can use in your dog treats.
Don't let your cat fool you, dog's love tuna, too. You'll love giving these tots to your dog because tuna is very high in protein and is easily prepared into dog treats. Tuna also contains a high amount of Vitamin D, and is a good source of omega-3 fatty acids.
Four Herb Tuna Tots
Storing - These homemade dog treats will keep fresh in the refrigerator for about one week. Keep them fresh in the freezer for up to 4 months.
Yield - Using a 1 inch cookie scooper, you will yield about 32 tuna tots.
Besides being very tasty, this tuna dog treat recipe will help make your dog's fur shiny. Also, because the aroma of tuna is so tempting, once your dog has had a taste, we're sure you can use these tuna tots for dog training treats or just rewards for being your special companion.
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What would be a good substitute flour for the wheat flour in this recipe?
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My dog is allergic to eggs...is there an egg substitute?
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