What are the healthiest cookies/treats to give to dogs?

Question by Sarah: What are the healthiest cookies/treats to give to dogs?
My dog loves his treats, but I want to give him the healthiest snack possible. Does anyone know some of the healthier treats/cookies for dogs?

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Answer by Rayven Wolf
Chicken gizzard cut into bite sized pieces and liver of any animal dehydrated in a commercial dehydrator.

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  1. Jiminy says:

    I, personally, like to make my own treats. It’s not hard to do and you can make them as small or large as you like. That way, you can put whatever you want into them and you know the exact ingredients.

    However, when I do buy my dog’s treats, I buy Eagle Pack Holistic, Wellness or Innova bars.

  2. Jill W says:

    I feed mine carrots and apple bits. He loooves them

  3. Ñ3AP3я_TH3_L3G3ND™ says:

    Mutt Muffins
    · 1 small jar of baby applesauce/or equivalent in *regular* applesauce
    · 2 carrots
    · 2 Tbsp honey
    · 2 ¾ cup water
    · ¼ tsp vanilla
    · 1 egg

    Shred the carrots with hand shredder or food processor. In a bowl, mix all wet ingredients together and add the applesauce. Mix thoroughly.

    · 4 cups whole wheat flour
    · 1 Tbsp baking powder
    · 1 Tbsp nutmeg/pumpkin pie spice

    Combine dry ingredients.

    Add wet ingredients to dry and mix thoroughly, scraping the sides and bottom of the bowl to be sure none of the dry mixture is left. Grease a muffin tin with non-stick spray. (Paper liners stick to the muffins so just use a greased muffin tin) Using an ice cream scoop, fill each cup ¾ full. Bake at 350° for approximately 1 hour. Makes about 2 dozen Mutt Muffins. Enjoy!

    Dog Cookies
    · 3 cups whole wheat flour
    · 2 small cans dog food or cat food
    · 1 egg
    · 1 ½ to 2 cups liquid (I make sure it isn’t to dry or to wet so you may have to make your own judgment as to how much liquid to use. I also use left over gravy or broth as the liquid).

    PreHeat oven to 375 degrees. Stir together all ingredients and drop by spoonful on greased cookie sheet. Bake for 12-14 minutes. These can be stored in refrigerated and also frozen.

    After these are cooled down I cut them into small pieces with kitchen shears then put them in freezer bags and store in the refrigerator.

    Go Bananas Training Treats
    · 3 cups oatmeal
    · 1 1/4 cups flour
    · 2 eggs
    · 1/4 cup oil
    · 1/2 cup honey
    · 1/2 cup milk
    · 2 mashed bananas

    Blend liquid ingredients, eggs and mashed bananas, making sure to mix well. Add flour and oatmeal. Mixture will be similar to cake mix. Spread into a well-greased pizza pan and bake at 325 degrees for about 25 minutes. Cut into tiny squares or strips using a pizza cutter. Keep refrigerated; store unused in freezer. The Scotties give these two paws up!!!

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