Dehydrated Liver Dog Treats

dehydrated liver dog treats

Freeze dried liver makes a tasty and nutritious treat for your dog, packed full of proteins, vitamins, and minerals. Plus it can add variety to their kibble diet as a training reward!

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Liver is an abundant source of vitamin A and too much of this can lead to loose stools in dogs.


Easy to make

Liver treats may not be popular among humans, but dogs absolutely adore them! Packed full of protein, vitamins, and minerals that provide energy, support healthy metabolism, and enhance immunity – they make for the perfect treat! However, as with any new treat it’s important to monitor how they affect your dog. If they cause any digestive discomfort then consult with a veterinarian immediately.

Pawsome Recipes has created this easy and cost-effective treat recipe using readily available ingredients. These treats can be stored in either the fridge or freezer and will keep for at least a month; perfect as training treats or rewards for good behavior! Liver is packed full of vitamin A, B6 and B12 plus folate, niacin, riboflavin selenium zinc which makes these treats great to help combat fatigue or anemia as they contain iron! This means they could provide some much-needed health benefits!

Easy to store

Fresh liver can be obtained from various sources, including hunters (who may give it away for free), the meat department at your grocery store, or from farms raising animals for slaughter. When purchasing any organ, make sure it has an attractive aroma, healthy coloration and does not smell unpleasant or distasteful.

Liver is an excellent low-fat source of protein and packed full of essential vitamins such as A, B, iron, copper, zinc, phosphorus and essential fatty acids. Refrigerator storage of liver treats lasts up to one week while six month freezer storage should provide plenty of treats!

Liver treats make excellent training rewards and are less messy than carrying around raw meat, but too many may cause diarrhea in dogs new to liver treats; therefore it is wise to only give these as supplements to their daily diet.

Easy to transport

Pupford’s freeze-dried liver treats stand out from other dehydrated treats because they are soft and easy to transport, with no fillers added during manufacture and made in the United States from 100% beef liver. They contain mixed tocopherols as a natural antioxidant to maintain freshness and flavor – an added feature that makes these treats popular among dog trainers.

Add liver to a dog’s diet as an excellent source of protein and essential vitamins such as A, B6, B12, C, D, E and K; minerals including riboflavin, selenium iron folate zinc as well as natural sources of choline and cysteine – making liver an invaluable nutritional staple!

As liver is an excellent source of vitamin A, too much may lead to hypervitaminosis A if consumed in large amounts. Therefore, adding liver as a small snack several times weekly should suffice.

Easy to prepare

Liver is an incredible source of essential vitamins and minerals for dogs, including protein, folate, iron and vitamin A. Additionally, it’s an excellent source of fatty acids – this recipe combines its healthful properties with blueberries’ fruity antioxidants to make an easy yet incredibly tasty treat that you should wear plastic gloves when handling raw liver!

Make this delicious treat using only your dehydrator and some basic ingredients. Slice chicken liver into thin strips before evenly spreading across dehydrator trays without touching each other, setting your dehydrator according to its recommended settings, and waiting 10 hours.

House That Barks offers delicious homemade liver training treats that are both healthy and tasty for your pup! With their easy preparation process and abundant vitamins and nutrients content, these homemade liver treats provide your pet with nourishment while making training sessions a pleasure!