Homemade Dog Treats Recipes To Gain Weight - Satin Balls

Homemade Dog Treats Recipes - To Gain Weight

When your dog starts to resemblance a skeleton, understand that it's time to do something for your dog health. In present time obesity is a common problem among dogs, but some dogs facing completely opposite problem. They are not getting mass of them. Today's blog is completely based on this topic that how you can put weight on your dog. Today's easy homemade dog treats recipes will help you to do so.
Satin ball for dogs to gain weight

This recipe is completely focus to help your dog to gain weight. 5 to 7 days are sufficient to notice rise in weight.

Satin Ball Recipe

Dog health, Dog Treats to gain weight

Ingredients

1. Ground Beef (75% to 80% lean) - 1 pound

2. Total cereal - 1 and ⅓ cups

3. Uncooked oatmeal - 1 and ½ cups

4. Wheat Germ - 6 tablespoon

5. Egg - 1

6. Unflavored gelatin - 1 package

7.  Unsulphured molasses - 1 tablespoon

8. Coconut oil - 2 tablespoons

9. Pinch of salt

This recipe is meant to be served raw So, Everything you use to prepare this homemade dog treats recipes should be sanitize properly.

Method

1. Take a large bowl and mix all ingredients, use hands to make sure that ingredients mixed well.

2. When mixing finish it will look similar to meatloaf.

3. Take a baking pan with parchment paper and cut pieces of loaf as the size of golf ball.

4. Roll balls until they properly shaped and put parchment paper.

5. Satin balls can only last 2 to 3 days in refrigerator. If some balls left freeze them and store in air-tight container. By this they can last for 2 to 3 months. Thaw this healthy homemade dog treats recipes before serving to your dog.

Add these balls to the daily diet of dog. Start by 1 ball if you don't notice any difference in dogs weight then you can increase balls quantity.



Homemade Dog Treats Recipes To Gain Weight - Satin Balls Homemade Dog Treats Recipes To Gain Weight - Satin Balls Reviewed by BIR on July 14, 2018 Rating: 5

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