today’s post is how to make liver cake for dogs.
home made treats have wonderful advantages over store bought treats.
You have complete control over the ingredients. Leave out the additives, preservatives, and fillers that have no nutritional value. If you know your dog is crazy about certain foods, use them! Or, if there are particular flavors he’s not a fan of, leave those out. Feel at ease knowing you’re feeding your dog something healthy with wholesome ingredients. Best of all, if your dog has sensitivities to certain ingredients or is on a special diet, you don’t have to spend a lot of money on speciality items when you can simply make it at home.
Making your own dog treats is typically quite cost-effective. Especially if you already have many of the ingredients on hand—perhaps you have parsley growing in your garden. Necessary ingredients that you do have to buy can often be found in the bulk section of your grocery store, and if the cost seems expensive up front, remember that you will likely be able to make many batches from your one purchase.
our favourite home made treat is liver cake, see our favourite recipe below
Size of your dog
When you make homemade treats, the control is in your hands, so you can make them an appropriate size for your dog. A Rhodesian ridgeback and a Yorkshire terrier certainly do not need the same size biscuit. The choices available online are ample for buying fun dog biscuit cookie cutters in different shapes and sizes