Homemade Grain Free Dog Treats

Here is a Recipe for a Flea-Free Dog With a Shiny Coat.

Try this recipe shared by Kelly at PrimallyInspired.com if:

  1. Your dog has fleas.
  2. Your dog’s coat looks patchy, thinning or dull.
  3. Your dog is a picky eater.
  4. You want to feed your dog holistic healthy snacks.
  5. You want to maintain or improve your dog’s health.

This homemade recipe by Kelly includes ingredients that will have a positive effect on your dog’s health. Here are the health benefits of the ingredients she included in this recipe:

  1. Bone Broth is an anti-inflammatory agent that can reduce joint-pain and arthritis. It is also promotes skin health.
  2. Flaxseed is also an anti-inflammatory and promotes skin health. It also produces a shiny a coat.
  3. Animal Fat, Coconut and Olive Oil promotes healthy brain and metabolic function, skin health and shiny coat.
  4. Nutritional Yeast is recommended by holistic health vets as a remedy to keep fleas and mosquitoes off your dog. It’s nutrient-dense with amino acids, vitamins and minerals.
  5. Coconut and Tapioca Flour are healthy grain-free choices that are easily digestible and good for dogs who may have allergies.

Kelly’s Homemade Grain Free Dog Treats Recipe

  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F.
  2. In a small pot over medium heat, bring the chicken broth and fat/oil to a boil.
  3. While that is coming to a boil, mix tapioca flour, coconut flour, sea salt, brewers yeast and flax meal in a medium bowl.
  4. Once the broth/fat mixture comes to a boil, remove from heat and add to the flour bowl. Mix well.
  5. On a piece of parchment paper, press out the dough into a ¼” thick rectangle. Either cut into squares with a pizza cutter or use cookie cutters in desired shape.
  6. Bake for 15 minutes on a parchment lined cookie sheet. When the timer goes off, shut off the oven, crack the door and leave in the oven until cool (about 10-15 more minutes).


*You can find cute bone shaped cookie cutters HERE 🙂

Optional Add-Ins for specific issues:

Bad Breath?

Add in 1 tablespoon of fresh parsley.

Got gas or digestion troubles?

Only use ¼ cup fat or oil and add in ¼ cup pureed fresh or canned pumpkin.

Arthritis or joint pain?

Add in 1 teaspoon ground turmeric.

Serves: 50 2″ treats.

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As you can see, this recipe provides more health benefits for your dog than just a shiny coat and flea repellant.

Make some homemade grain-free dog treats for your dog and let us know how he or she like them.

Thanks to Kelly at PrimallyInspired.com for sharing her recipe.

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