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Old 01-21-2013, 09:17 PM
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Tips for dehydrating meat in oven for treats?

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If you're going to dehydrate yourself, just make sure your boys are fine w/ richer foods. Sydney can eat Benny Bully's or freeze-dried treats all day. But a few pieces of dehydrated and she'll be up all night w/ the poos - I once made her TONS of liver and I had to throw it all out after.
Lol liver is a laxative, in raw feeding you use it to balance out the bone, anything that can soften bony shits will be an owners worst nightmare as treats


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Before I got a dehydrator, I routinely used the oven to make jerky treats for the dogs

I have a pretty old oven and the lowest setting is 200. I would set it at 200 degrees and leave the oven door slightly open.
I used chicken, beef, liver, sweet potatoes, and turkey. It needs to be cooked on a rack so that the air can circulate around the meat.
Make sure that the meat is as dry as possible. After I slice mine, I lay it out on paper towels before putting it on the drying racks.
Best to do in the winter so that it will also heat your kitchen.
I store mine in the freezer till I am ready to use them.
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Thanks guys, this is awesome! Sometime this week I'll give it a shot and let you know how it goes!
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Tips for dehydrating meat in oven for treats?

I don't like to cook them because it takes away a lot of nutrition I figure if your gonna treat them it should also be healthy


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I have an inexpensive Nesco dehydrator that I got several years ago at Bed Bath and Beyond. I dehydrate sweet potatoes, chicken and steak (really thin cheap cuts - $6 for a package) as my really good girl treats for going in your crate - she hates going in and for doing something really special. I dehydrate hot dogs for training treats. I cut them lenghtwide into quarters and then slice each one into 12-14 pieces. A package will last me all week at least. I put everything in at night and put it on high. Done in the morning.
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