Salmon Dog Treats Are Great for Your Dog (And You)
I'm sure you've heard plenty about the wonders of Omega 3 vitamins found in salmon.
These salmon dog treats are packed with omega 3's from the fish and the flaxseeds. Plus research shows that flaxseeds are an antioxidant.
But what do these omega 3's do?
Well, they keep you healthy, help you run up the stairs without panting as much and make your hair and skin shiny and vibrant. And that's just a few things they do.
They do the same for your dog.
Salmon Delites (Wheat Free)
1 Can Salmon (8 oz)
1/2 c. Minced Parsley
3 Eggs Including shells (good for calcium)
1/2 c. Flaxseeds (ground)
1/2 c. Sesame Seed (ground)
2 C. Rye Flour
Preheat oven 375 degrees.
Mix all ingredients (except flour) in a food processor. Add flour slowly while running. The dough will form a ball shape when finished.
Place dough ball on a floured surface and knead for a minute. Then roll out into a thick rectangle (about 12").
Use a pizza cutter to cut long strips and then cut horizontally to make bite size squares. Bake on greased cookie sheets for 20-30 min.
You can bake them longer to make them harder or less for softer treats. Be aware that softer treats will not last as long as harder ones as they have higher moisture content.
Refrigerate uneaten treats.
1 1/2 dozen
Warning: Your dogs will really love these salmon dog treats!
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