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Easy Sweet Potato Chews

 This may be one of the easiest dog chews you can make without stinking up the house. It does take awhile to cook/dehydrate, so try to allocate enough time in your day to monitor the oven: in total you'll need 6hrs. Preheat oven to 250 degrees fahrenheit. Cut up sweet potato into slices or sticks depending on what you want to do. I cut them between 0.5-1cm thick just to see how it altered the cooking time and it wasn't too dramatic. Once you're done cutting it up, lay in a single layer on baking sheets! If the oven is done preheating then place it in the oven for 2.5-3hrs. Flip then put back in the oven for another 2.5-3...

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Beef Liver & Cheese Treat Recipe

This recipe was too much for one puppy to finish, so we had to freeze a number of treats. Also, after making this I went for a run and swear I sweat pure beef liver (GROSS). Do not attempt this recipe if you do not like the smell of beef liver as it lingers. When looking up beef liver recipes I also noticed the discussions around their dogs behaviour while it was cooking and I can confirm they go a bit nutty. Waylon waits by the oven until it comes out. I cut a tiny piece to dry quickly for his official taste test. 1 cup beef liver 1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese 1 egg 1/2 cup whole wheat flour...

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Sweet Potato & Pumpkin Treat Recipe

We used a base Pumpkin Treats recipe from here, but I made a number of alterations to it. Why change an already good recipe? Well, I wanted to reduce the amount of whole wheat flour and add sweet potato for my pup since he goes nuts for it. Also, I just can't stop myself from altering recipes when it feels off, so I did. Once the treats are finished cooking I turn off the oven and leave them in there for up to 2 hours so they can gain some crunch. For this recipe it made the treats a bit too hard, but oddly enough dehydrating them brought them to the right consistency for these puppy teeth. Lastly, I dehydrated...

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