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Home Made Dog Treats

Updated: Jan 14

Making your own dog treats can be very rewarding and you will see the ‘fresh treat effect’ in your dogs motivation to work with you while their rewards are still warm.

Meat Pete Bits



This is as simple as it sounds, all you need is minced meat of any kind, a baking tray and baking paper. It doesn’t even take skill or patience (which I don't have with cooking)




1) lay out your meat onto a baking tray lined with baking paper and squash it down and spread it out to a thin layer.


2) bake in the oven for roughly 20 minutes or until cooked and going slightly crispy, you may need to drain the fat off half way to encourage some crisp.


3) remove from the oven a cut it up or let it cool and use scissors, once cooled it’s ready to go. it can be stored in the fridge for a couple of days or the freezer for a little while. It doesn’t take long to defrost and will work well in a silicone treat pouch for cleanliness while training.

Liver cake

liver cake is the ‘be all and end all‘ of treats, so much so that I have written a blog entirely on the cake to g