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Venison sausage dog treats recipe
Vegan dogs don’t need to miss out on any of the taste sensations of a delicious, meaty, sausage.
If your pet has been begging for something meaty for a while, this recipe is the perfect way to get your canine pal to love their very own sausage. It’s healthy and very scrumptious.
As a side note, I am a bit obsessed with the word ‘scrumptious.’ It seems to be the term of choice around here for delicious. Anyway, back to the recipe.
The recipe is: venison sausage dog treats, an easy one-pot meal for a delicious and healthy dog treat that will never run out.
The recipe is super easy to make and the dog treats are the perfect reward for a job well done.
The sausage dog treats are easy to make in one pot and can be made in minutes!
I use venison sausage meat as my meat product for the recipe, and you could use the sausage from another meat that you would like to give your dog.
I would recommend that you use your nose rather than any kind of tasting and eating tool when making this recipe, as you need to ensure that the venison sausage is tasty for your dog. The recipe does, however, contn bacon so if you are worried about the flavour, make sure you only add a little bit.
If you’re looking for an alternative to meat, here’s a veggie dog recipe. It’s a homemade recipe made with chicken and veggies that will have your dog gobbling this up in no time.
There’s something about giving your pet a meat treat that they don’t have to chew on. I know some dogs love chews, but not everyone’s dog is the same.
So what are the ingredients in this recipe?
First, you will need to add all the other ingredients and let them chill. The next thing you want to do is get your dog to eat. I know it’s a sausage treat and it may not sound like much, but once your dog has a few bites, they’ll realize it’s the taste that is rewarding.
Then once they’ve eaten the first one, they’ll start thinking about getting the whole pack to eat. That’s when you can go ahead and grab a few more for your pup to get.
What else should you know?
This recipe is great for puppies because they will be eating the treat within the first two minutes of being outside.
I highly recommend you try this recipe and let me know if you like it.
If you have any requests or questions, comment below and I’ll be happy to answer you.
Have a great day, and happy dogs!
Published by TheDogFoodMama
Hello, I'm Cecile. I'm a dog food expert, and I use my own line of pet food made from meat and fish. I love my pets, I love my children, and I love learning from my pets. That's what I'll share with you in this blog.
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I think I may be the only one but my dogs LOVE the kibble! I use about half to one full meal in a can of kibble and add peanut butter and water to it to mix it up more so they don’t feel like they are eating so much solid food. It is easier for me that way so my 2 are very busy.
I have noticed that my 9 month old Lab/Jack Russell mix has been eating much more food than my 5 year old Jack Russell mix… I feed them both ground based commercial kibble, and the only difference I have noticed is that my younger dog’s bowl is overflowing after a meal while my older dog’s bowl has less than half the amount left. I have a friend that does the same as I do, and she feeds her dog a whole meal and half a meal, but hers is a large kong size so I cannot tell her how much her dog eats. I am just curious if anyone has heard of a larger size kong (like at least one to two gallons) that could hold this amount of food. Is it easier to feed the larger amount for larger breeds? Thank you so much!
My dog is only 4 months old and not very active. I’ve noticed that when he eats, he doesn’t chew everything and he’s always chewing the outside. I would have thought he would have to work to eat. I don’t know what type of kibble he has been eating, but what would you recommend for him? I guess I’m looking for a kibble that he can eat quickly or a type of kibble he’ll be chewing on.
I’m looking for info on kibble type, size and ingredients. We have a small male dachshund and his normal size kibble he has now for 9 months is 1 cup. What’s the recommendation for him to change size? Should I look for larger kibble, less ingredients, or what? And can I mix kibble types?
My 1 1/2 year old Pomeranian mix weighs 15 pounds, I am planning on giving him 2 cups of kibble a day, would you suggest getting a larger size kibble for him? My vet recommended I feed him the larger size, because he has the potential to become overweight.
Hi, we have just adopted our 7 week old German Shepherd puppy. He is currently 9lb and 7″ tall. He has been eating 2.5 cups a day and is on Royal Canin Large Size dog food. I am concerned about how much he will grow. Can I give him any more?
I have a two year old male dachshund. I will be moving out of state for a few weeks and not sure what I should feed him when we are apart. I would like to start him on Wellness but he won’t be able to get regular feedings from that for a while and I also don’t want to starve him. I will be on vacation and don’t know how to measure the kibble to keep him happy.
Hello, thank you so much for all your help. I have 2 year old female dachshund. I have been feeding her Wellness since she was 6 months old. I will be moving out of state for a few weeks and not sure what to feed her while I am away. I don’t want to start her on wellness because I would be giving her 2 meals and she only gets 1 meal at a time. I will be home 8-10 days and have no idea how to measure the kibble.
Hi, thank you for all the help. I have a four year old and very active female Dachshund who weighs about 25 lbs. I would like to go to a large size Wellness but I don’t know how to measure the kibble, or how much to feed her. Should I feed her two large size meals a day or one large and one small? She is on Wellness and I’m not sure what to do. I’m assuming you’d be having a hard time finding a store that carries large size Wellness so I’m reaching out to