Turkey Jerky for Dogs


Instead of buying dog treats at the store, try this recipe for irresistible Turkey Jerky that will have your dogs worshiping the ground you walk :) Jerky crammed with turkey, carrots and even parsley for stinky breath without any of the bad stuff that comes in many processed dog treats/foods. As always, this recipe is wheat-free and very healthy but you should always check with your veterinarian before feeding your dog homemade since every pup is different!

Wheat-Free Turkey Jerky for Dogs

½ lb. lean ground turkey
1 egg
½ cup oats
½ cup carrots, shredded
½ cup fresh parsley, chopped or 1 tablespoon dry parsley

>>Preheat oven to 200 degrees.
>>Mix all ingredients together in large bowl. Add mixture to food processor and blend thoroughly.
>>Spread mixture about 1/4 in. thick onto cookie sheet lined with tin foil. Bake for 1 hour.

Turkey Jerky ready to go in the oven.

>>Remove from oven and cut jerky into strips 1 in. wide by 3-5 in. long (the length depends on your dog’s size and will slightly alter the cooking time).
>>Place strips onto larger cookie sheet lined with tin foil, spaced 1/2 in. apart and return to oven for 1 hour.

Turkey Jerky baking in the oven.

>>Remove from oven and use a spatula to unstick any jerky stuck to the tin foil. Return to oven for 1 hour or until hardened and very dry.
>>Let cool before serving. Store in refrigerator or airtight container; if stored in freezer, jerky will last 2-3 weeks.

 

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5 responses to “Turkey Jerky for Dogs

  1. I am really drooling over this one. It looks yummy.

  2. Looks yummy. I admire people who make their own treats. I never find the time.

  3. nom, nom, nom… we think these would be great!!!!

    Lots of Collie Hugs,

    The Collies and Chuck :)

  4. The pups really love these! Of course, they are suckers for any treats we make with meat :) These take some extra time but are well worth the effort!!!

  5. Love the recipe. Very easy. I cook for my dogs and friends dogs and they all love these. I added shredded cheddar cheese and bacon pieces. Used bread crumbs and no parsley or carrots. At the end of the baking, I put the jerky under the broiler to brown them. Will try this recipe with canned salmon, beef and chicken.

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