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Lamb Liver Treats for Dogs or Cats

You will need one package of Leyden Glen Lamb Liver


Open the package with scissors. Drain the juice into a bowl and let your dogs and cats lap the juice. What a special treat. Our animals go crazy for it.

Line a cookie sheet completely with aluminum foil turning up the sides so that the pan doesn’t get dirty. This will save you a lot of clean-up. Spread the pieces of lamb out onto the foil. Most of the liver has been pre-cut into slices.

Place in a 200 degree oven and let bake for an hour. Remove from oven, let cool a minute or two and then pry it off the foil, flipping it over. This step will help the other side of the liver dry. Return to oven and let bake for an hour more. Remove from oven and tear the liver into bite-size pieces. Return to oven to dry out a little more. Watch it at this point because you don’t want it to become too crisp, especially if you have older dogs and cats.

Store in a glass jar in your freezer. The treats will keep indefinitely if frozen but chances are they won’t last too long. I remove small handfuls and keep them in the refrigerator in a lidded jar. These liver treats are awesome training aids for young and rambunctious pups like our new Border Collie Kate! That’s her in the photo above. Sweet but crazy!

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