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No cooking dog treats


Carrots as a no cooking dog treats are readily available, inexpensive and most importantly healthy. By giving your pouch carrots you provide necessary fiber, vitamins, minerals and carbohydrates with very low fat and calories. Carrots are liked by dogs because of the sugars and crunchy structure. It is perfect treat for those dogs who tend to eat more and have difficult time to control their weight. Additional benefit of chewing carrots is a scrubbing action that helps to remove plaque from the teeth.

Chicken (boiled)

Boiled chicken cubes as a no cooking dog treats - require minimal preparation provides great palatability and very convenient. It is ideal treat to those dogs that will ask for treats a lot, but do not have problems with extra weight. Chicken cubes should be fed with caution to dogs that are overweight due to high cholesterol level. Boiled chicken can be frozen in small pouches and used every day without extra preparation. Chicken dog treats are great source of protein, niacin and selenium.

Beet cooked

Beets needs to be cooked prior to feeding to a dog. The good news it is available cooked and conveniently pre packed at any supermarket. This is great treat for obese or obese prone dogs. Very low in calories beets provide fiber, vitamin C, Foliate and Manganese. Liked by dogs, beets are great treats. Also beets are used in commercial dog food for dogs with kidney disease. Caution! Beets will easily stain everything in your house, so use it outdoor.

Tuna canned light

Canned tuna for dogs is not a common treat, but great taste and significant nutritional benefits of it should be noted. Tuna is well known to be a great source of protein and Omega 3. Light tuna in small amounts can be used daily and will provide vitamins B12 and B6, Niacin and Selenium. Almost all calories in canned light tuna are from protein. Dogs love tuna.


Beef liver


Beef liver is a great dog treat. Cooked on medium heat, lightly braised, liver is an excellent source of protein, vitamin A, and Iron. In addition beef liver provides micro elements and amino acids that could help to correct any nutritional imbalance of any homemade dog food. Because of the richness of the liver it is recommended to feed it as a main meal not more than twice a week. Small portions are great dog treats for every day.


Boiled eggs


Boiled eggs are great treats for dogs. Eggs are the best source of protein and vitamins B12 and B6 as well as Selenium. High in cholesterol eggs should be avoided in Schnauzers or dogs predisposed to pancreatitis, other breeds of dogs can enjoy eggs once or twice a week. For Schnauzer owners, egg whites will be great source of healthy and amino acid-rich proteins.







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