Wheat free dog treats can be just as easy to make as other homemade dog treat recipes. This one uses rye flour for a nutty & hearty flavor that holds up well to the strong flavors of ham and Parmesan cheese.
Rye flour is a fantastic addition to your dogs diet. Rye is a good source of fiber and can help fill up your dogs tummy. This equals an easier way to loose weight or maintain a healthy weight.
We've made this wheat free dog cookie recipe even healthier with the flax meal. Although a small amount, two tablespoons pack a punch. The needed Omega 3 fatty acids will help your dogs skin and coat. Not to mention flax is also a good source of fiber for your dog and you.
The next time you are craving a deli sandwich with all the works, by all means indulge! But don't forget about your loyal companion. Make this enticing ham and cheese on rye dog cookie, take a walk to the deli with your dog and eat up together.
Storing - These wheat free dog treats should be kept in the refrigerator. In a sealed container they will stay fresh for a week or two. You can store them in the freezer for up to 6 months.
Yield - Using a tablespoon sized cookie scooper, you should get 2 dozen dog cookies to enjoy and share.
Wheat free dog treats are just as delicious as their wheat counterparts. A little knowledge and a new flour or two will keep your dog healthy, happy and begging for more tasty ham and cheese on rye dog cookies.
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