Learn homemade liver treat recipes for dogs are delivered in this free video. Expert: Elise McMahon Bio: Elise McMahon has a Ph.D. in animal behavior, and …
Hi! This is Elise McMahon for Expert Village.com
and in this video series we are talking about
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So in this short clip, we are going to be
talking about liver treats. You can use liver
treats as either a training treat or you can
cut up into small little pieces and sprinkle
it on top of the food to make it more palatable
and more interesting. I will show you how
to make. This is just one type. There is a
lot of different ways you can make liver.
Let me just show you one way fairly quick
and easy that you can make liver treats. So
we have got a package of fresh liver here.
I like to buy liver from a place that has
organic meats because the liver, you should
not feed very much liver. It has got a lot
of waste from the body in it. I am going to
be putting this liver in to a pan and I am
going to be filling this pan up with a little
bit of water.
You want to make sure that the liver is completely
covered with the water and then we are going
to put it on the stove and we are going to
cook it for about 15 minutes. Once the liver
is fully cooked, we are going to remove it
from the water. I rinse it off, see you get
some of the liver scuzz off of it, rinse it
off and then we put it on a flat baking sheet,
put in the toaster oven and if it is nice
and flat like that, probably in the toaster
oven for another about 10 or 15 minutes on
a low heat about 200. The end product is nicely
cooked and dried pieces of liver because I
washed them off between the water boiling
process and the baking process, there is not
a lot of liver residue on my fingers. You
can use this again as a treat or you can break
off small pieces and sprinkle on top of your
dog’s food. It does make an excellent training
treat though. Again liver is something you
would not want to feed in large amounts or
very frequently probably about 2-3 times a
week and depending on the size of your dog,
just a portion of the dog’s food. You would
not give them an entire meal of liver, but
it is an excellent thing to add into their
meal.

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