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« on: November 12, 2010 11:48:49 AM »

so im not too sure if this goes here or in cooking but my dog has a grain allergy and i found a recipe for a grain free treat, but it called for liver and he also has a sensitive tummy. so if any of you are in the same situation im in heres my adaptation to: http://www.dogtreatkitchen.com/grain-free-dog-treats.html

1lb of ground turkey
2tsp of garlic powder
1 egg
1 1/4 cup of potato flakes
and about 1 cup of water

preheat oven to 400 F
cook for 25-30 mins

i used water instead of broth as broth is usually very salty. id recommend making the cookies kinda thin as some of mine came out moist in the middle. and they shrink when cooked so pack them on the cookie sheet touching if u want.

my dog LOVES these and my MIL's dog (who has no allergies) goes mental over these Smiley as soon as he smells them he starts bouncing around

sorry if this is in the wrong spot but i hope this is a fun alternative to very expensive grain free treats for your doggies. Smiley
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TootsieToes
« Reply #1 on: November 26, 2010 05:29:14 PM »

Thanks so much for this. My dog also has grain allergies. I'll surely give this a try.

I buy chickpea (garbanzo beans) meal at the health food store and have found that my girl can eat treats using this instead of other grains. No scratching at all.

Also, I take chicken weiners and slice them lengthwise into quarters. Then slice the quarters into 3/8" slices. Bake at 350 for about 30 minutes. Onto paper towels to drain. They will crisp up for a nice treat. I keep them in a jar in the freezer and just feed them to her without thawing. She gets 4 small pieces as a treat after a walk, etc.

Hope this helps you and maybe someone else.

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« Reply #2 on: November 27, 2010 06:40:23 PM »

what a great idea! thank you!! ill be giving that a try for sure Smiley i like to spoil my mini-man Smiley
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tomico
« Reply #3 on: February 08, 2011 01:31:06 PM »

Be careful of the wiener fillings. Many of these are made with wheat or other grains. A friend of mine has ciliac disease so she has to read all the labels and many sausages and hot dogs have gluten through wheat or wheat by products.

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