Salmon is a favorite meal in my household.
Mom usually set a side a small unseasoned portion for me and mixed it with my meal.
This time she decided to make a special salmon treat for me.
Salmon is a fatty fish. It is known for its omega- 3 fatty acids.
These fats are beneficial for dog’s skin/coat and immune system.
It does wonder for dogs that have allergies, like me.
You can give your dog cooked salmon or salmon oil (as a supplement with their meal).
Just remember, never feed your dog raw salmon.
Salmon Carrot Bone Oats
1 1/4 cup of flour
1 cup of oats
1/2 cup of salmon
1/2 cup of carrots (grated or shredded)
1 small egg (optional)
2 tsp of oil
1 cup of water
Combine all the dry ingredients. Stir in the egg, oil and water.
Adjust the liquid as necessary to make a stiff dough.
Roll on floured board/counter to `3/8 thick. Use a bone shaped cutter.
Place it on a cookie sheet or mat.
Bake for 2-3 hrs in 250 degrees oven until thoroughly dry.
(Adjust your cooking time depending on your oven). You may bake it at 375 degrees. Baking it at a slow temperature provides a special texture and extra crunchiness.
I waited for a long time for these DELISH! Tasty Salmon treats.
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