Below are some great recipes for how to stuff a kong. Protein comes from meat and veg. This will be very stiff and all the flour may not blend in, so add gradually add garlic and salt. Beef heart is a concentrated source of CoQ10, a super nutrient, and contains collagen and elastin which maintain healthy joints. Here's another recipe using non-fat plain yogurt mixed with kibble or other treats. Freeze overnight to solidify. From free-range animals, all grown as nature intended with no growth promoters, steroids or antibiotics.
Beardie Brownies Another easy recipe that is almost fail proof is what is called Beardie Brownies. I divide into bags and freeze. Extremely lean - suitable for all types of breeds - even large breeds and overweight dogs. I lightly butter a glass pie plate to keep them from sticking. Grain free, healthy, natural, nutritious and full of healthy goodness. We tried ZIWI Peak about 6 weeks ago and I cannot begin to tell you how motivated the dogs have been and we have had dogs particularly the grooming dogs that generally refuse treats gobble them up with enthusiasm! I expect she will blossom.
I source all these treats from Germany as they have a track record for quality and hygiene. Parsley Parsley is one of the most popular herbs for its antioxidant benefits for your pet. Olive Oil improves circulation and breathing by increasing blood flow. Evenly lay out beef strips on dehydrator tray and make sure no strips are touching each other. They are easy to buy raw online if you have trouble getting them locally. A number of the recipes above contain garlic, and many people have seen warnings not to feed garlic to dogs. Stuffed Kongs available at Amazon are great for keeping a dog occupied while in a crate or when you're gone.
Click pic to see this on Amazon. Share this recipe with your friends and family. All 3 of my dogs engage in this till the treats are released. It takes 15 minutes for Rusty to empty a Kong, and about half an hour for Mimmi. Mixture will be similar to cake mix. There is no need to limit phophorus for dogs with liver disease or chronic pancreatitis, so any kind of flour can be used for them, but it is important to limit fat for those dogs.