You'll love making this sweet potato dog chew recipe for your dog because sweet potatoes are loaded with beneficial nutrients like Vitamin E, Vitamin B6, Potassium, and Iron.
Since it's one of the sweetest of all the vegetables, just like the name implies, you'll have no trouble getting your dog to try this dog treat recipe.
Making your own all natural dog treat is an excellent alternative to rawhide.
Storing - Although these treats are dried, you will want to keep them in the refrigerator for up to 3 weeks. You can freeze them for up to 4 months.
Whether your dog has a need to chew or not, she'll love this all natural sweet potato dog chew. In fact, it's such an easy dog treat recipe, I bet you'll be making several batches at a time for your dog and all of his all natural dog treat loving friends!
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Sweet potato dog chews get better with basting
Thanks for the wonderful recipe! I started making my own dog treats when our Maltese was diagnosed with diabetes. I was previously feeding the chicken …
How should these be stored and if at room temp how long will they last
how do you store these and if at room temp how long will they last. Chef's Answer ~ Storing homemade dog treats all comes down to how dry your treats …
So glad I can make these at home
This is one of my dog's favorite snacks, which I used to get at the pet store but supplies have been hit or miss lately. So glad I can make them at home …
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