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Liver Cake Dog Treats Recipe

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Liver cake recipe

As with all our recipes, our liver cake dog treats recipe contains all the necessary dry ingredients to allow you to make healthy and natural homemade liver cake training treats for your best friend.

Liver – the trainers’ choice

While it’s at the top of most dog trainers’ perfect dog training treat list, liver is both messy and smelly to work with. So messy and so smelly in fact, you might be reluctant to use liver cake training treats despite their benefits.

But the liver cake dog treats recipe used for our liver cake training treats is made with dehydrated liver. Grass-fed British ox liver from beef farmed within a mile or so of The Dog Chef HQ. Liver which we have then dried in our own kitchens. That means no mess and little smell for you, but maximum enjoyment for your dog.

It also means the shortest possible distance from field to plate which is a win-win situation for everyone. You, the planet and your dog!

Human grade ingredients

Our dog treat baking mixes contain a limited number of high quality, human grade ingredients. So they’re simple to make. They’re also wheat and gluten-free, which makes them ideal if your dog is unfortunate enough to suffer from allergies.

Liver Cake Training Treat Baking Mix

Healthy & 100% natural, wheat-free, gluten-free homemade dog treats!

Hand-blended by our own team here in the UK, there’s no danger of feeding your dog potential contaminants or harmful synthetic ingredients. Every ingredient has proven health benefits for your best friend and has been approved by our in-house dog nutritionist.

Liver makes the ideal puppy or dog training treat because of its strong taste and smell. Don’t worry. While our dried liver makes life easier for you, it will still work for your dog.

Brilliant reviews

We’ve received many brilliant reviews for our liver cake dog treats recipe. Do please drop us a line if it works for you!


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