I know that there are several healthy treat brands available in the market that’s safe for dogs. But once in a while making healthy treats at home for your dog is a completely different feeling. Until you’ve actually made it, the process might seem difficult, impossible too. You might wonder if the ingredients are safe. Importantly, if your pooch (particularly the picky ones will like it or not). Well, what I can say is this two-step recipe to make Omega cookies for your dog is quite easy to follow. And given this recipe is created by veterinarian Dr Karen Becker we can trust it to be healthy too.
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Having said that, like we always recommend, consult your trusted veterinarian before adding anything new to your dog’s diet. While some dogs will be perfectly okay with new treats, some might not. So, whenever you are adding anything new to their diet, follow the principle of moderation in order to understand what could have caused a possible tummy irritation.
Anyway, much said, let’s now head to the recipe. So, if you want to give your pooches healthy treats rich in plant and animal-based omega fatty acids this recipe is great.
- Sardines packed in olive oil – 1 can
- Turmeric – ½ teaspoon
- Egg – 1
- Beef, chicken or vegetable broth – ½ cup
- Almond flour – 2 1/3 tablespoons
- Hemp protein powder – ¼ cup
- Chia seeds – 2 tablespoons
- Mix all the ingredients together. Roll into 1-inch balls, and then press flat with a fork on a greased cookie sheet.
- Bake at 350°F for 20 minutes. Let it cool down before serving to your dogs.
- You can store extra portions in the freezer or refrigerator to be consumed within one week. If stored in the freezer, this can stay fresh for up to three months.
Note: This article is for information purposes only and should not be treated as medical opinion.