Liver dog treats are seldom turned down by dogs. They all seem to love them. So, this liver and cottage cheese recipe is sure to be a big hit.
If you're an old pro at cooking liver, and just looking for another great liver dog treat recipe, you've found it.
Maybe you're new to cooking liver and have questions or concerns about using it. Then you'll want to review our tips on choosing liver before baking your homemade dog treats.
Are you using this liver and cottage cheese recipe for dog training treats? Then be sure to use very small dog bone cookie cutters. Or, you can roll them into little balls for quick consumption during training.
Additional flour for rolling
Tip: It is easier to cut liver (and other meats) while slightly frozen.
Once the liver dog treats are cooled, they should not leave a residue when touched. If they do, bake for an additional 5-10 minutes, or until completely hard and no residue remains.
These treats should last for one week in the refrigerator. If they are frozen, then they'll last for around 8 months. You will want to use an airtight container when you store your homemade liver treats.
If your dog is motivated to please you for a food reward, these liver and cottage cheese dog treats are sure to be eaten quickly. See if you can take your dog to the next level in obedience or tricks with your homemade dog biscuits.
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