Liver Training Treats for Dogs are a fantastic way of adding liver to the diet when raw feeding dogs. If you follow a Barf Diet or Raw Fed Diet you know the importance of liver. But not all dogs will eat it, either in DIY raw or complete minces.
These Beef Liver Bites are the perfect solution. Made from pure, dried liver, they can be given either with dinner or as an extra treat to make up the the daily 5% of liver required.
We also have a limited edition Liver Crumble which can be added as a topper to your pooch's meal, to make it even more palatable and add some more nutrients!
Liver treats for dogs
Our Liver Bites are also perfect for walks, camping or just to keep in a jar in the kitchen to add to your dogs dinner. They are great treats for training your dog because they are high in protein, lack any fillers or unnatural additives and they taste like liver (because it is JUST liver and nothing else!) that your dog will love.
Did you know...?
Many ‘liver treats’ contain only small amount of liver coupled with fillers and additives. Remember to check the packet! Our liver is dried liver. And nothing else!
Why is liver so important to a raw diet?
Air dried liver is loaded with vitamins that your dog will benefit from. Vitamin A aids digestion and is a powerful antioxidant. Folic Acid, B vitamins and B12 help with fatigue, mental ability and nerve health. B vitamins also prevent anaemia.
Iron is important for the formation of haemoglobin, brain function, regulation of body temperature and muscle activity. Iron is crucial for getting oxygen to the blood and a lack of oxygen often causes fatigue.
If you have a working dog, liver treats might be just what your dog needs to give them a healthy energy boost.
How much is TOO much?
There is such a thing as too much of a good thing, so try not give them more than 5% of their daily food allowance in liver.
DIY v DRAGONFLY
Whilst we love the simplicity and ease of our dried liver bites, maybe you fancy making your own liver treats? Super simple to do (although we’re not going to lie – liver can be a bit stinky when it’s cooking).
Slice your liver nice and thin, and lay it on a prepared baking tray with non-stick paper or a silicone mat. Put it in the oven on around 120C for about 8 hours. When it’s ready, take it out and leave it to cool. Then snip it up into pieces and store it in an airtight tub!
We hope you found this blog post useful, if you have any further questions just comment below!
Thanks for reading!
Laura & Dolly x