Excellent training reward for my flyball pups. I have made it with salmon and even canned ham or turkey too! Sometimes I omit the garlic other times I add in whatever herbs I've got handy. I make it in small "loaves" then wrap the extras up and freeze them. I just pull out and defrost when I need a new chunk. The dogs drool puddles by the stove as this is cooking.
I felt like baking some stress away. So I decided to make these. Being a vegetarian I didn't have eggs so I substituted garbanzo bean flour and water. I also didn't have canned tuna so I used my dogs canned food. It turned out pretty well. I will buy the actual ingredients next time I grocery shop and try the actual recipie. We avoid using garlic for the dogs so that won't be apart of our recipes.
I just made these for our pooches, and I have to say, they went over very well - I even like them! Mods that I made were, I ran out of WW flour, so I added coconut flour instead, thus had to add a little milk to bring up the moisture. I too added pumpkin puree, roughly 1/3 cup, and skipped the garlic. Another hit! Thank you!
This was perfect! Easy to make and the dogs (and cats) loved it. I didn't have whole wheat flour, so I used white, left out the garlic, and added 1/3 cup pumpkin for some fiber. I felt like the Pied Piper, leading three salivating, jumping mini poodles from the kitchen to the backyard. They loved it! Thanks for the great recipe!
Well if you want to slowly poison your dog feed him this treat... Garlic is TOXIC to dogs!!!!!!!!!
and the effect is cumulative , which means each time you feed your dog one of these treats could be the last time.
Quick and easy to make and my dog goes crazy for them... In fact they're too good to use as training treats as she can't concentrate on anything else when she gets a whiff of them!
This is great stuff. I'm trying to clicker train a corgi so need a treat that breaks into really small pieces without crumbling so I don't end up with a fat corgi. I wanted to be sure it was playdoh like so I poured the tuna water from one can into a bowl and dissolved 1 tsp Knox gelatin in it. I think I'm also going to try putting squares back in the oven at 250 for a while and see what happens. I only used a little garlic powder and think you leave it out all together. I have 2 teenage boys so wrote 'Not for people ' on the top. Smells funky but you never know with teenagers!
Our Godeldoodle love them! Thanks
EASY EASY recipe and sooo tasty!! At least that's what the dogs say!!! Thanks
I lost all of my recipes in Katrina and have been replacing them for the past few years. A lot of them were treat recipes for my six dogs. They tend to favor the meatier treats - go figure, eh? This was a nice easy recipe and really didn't smell that bad during the baking. Five of my six like them. Their favorite is just plain simple turkey jerky from the dehydrator, but this one gives them some variety and I like the wholesomeness of the ingredients. I did replace the wheat flour with gluten-free organic brown rice flour though, and it worked just fine. Thanks for sharing it!