If you have a dog with allergies then you really should know how to make a dog treat for your pooch. Knowing how to make healthy dog biscuit recipes (wheat free) can help you address the problem!
So how do you know for sure if your dog has allergies?
Is your dog constantly scratching? Does he have red irritated skin? Is he always sneezing? Is your dog just plain irritable? If you answered yes to even half of these questions, your pup probably has some type of allergy.
The best thing that you can do if you think your dog might have allergies is bring him to the vet. They are most likely going to tell you to cut out certain types of foods to see what happens. More severe cases may warrant blood work which can pin point the specific cause of your dog’s allergies. However, starting the process at home by eliminating certain foods is a good idea.
The common food allergy found in dog’s is a wheat allergy. Wheat gluten is hard for a lot of dog’s to digest and some of them simply can’t have it at all. This is why knowing how to make wheat free dog treats is a plus! Don’t worry if this is all new to you I’ve got a bunch of dog treat recipes no wheat of course for you to try out.
gluten free dog treat recipes
Because wheat allergies are so prevalent in the dog community, more and more pet owners are looking for gluten free dog treat recipes as well as gluten free dog food too. As I mentioned earlier, I have a bunch of healthy dog biscuit recipes wheat free and I picked this one to share with you today. I used one of my rice flour dog treat recipes to make these tasty little gluten free snacks. FYI- Rice flour is an excellent ingredient to use if you are interested in learning how to make gluten free dog treats.
Healthy Dog Biscuit Recipes Wheat Free- Turkey & Brown Rice Flour
1 1/2 cup brown rice flour
1/2 cup ground turkey
1 tsp. olive oil
1 tsp. baking soda
1/3 cup water
Directions: Preheat oven to 350 F. Pour flour into a large mixing bowl. In a blender, combine ground turkey, olive oil, baking powder and water. Blend until ingredients are whipped together. Add wet ingredients to the flour and blend until a dough forms. Roll dough on covered surface into about 1/4″ thickness. Cut into desired shapes. Place on parchment paper lined cookie sheet and bake for 20 minutes. Let cool and serve.
TIP: Make sure you really grind the turkey well. Otherwise you will have chunks in your dog treats.
A lot of pet owners who have dog’s with allergies are often looking for grain free dog biscuit recipes as well. Be sure to check out these homemade grain free dog treat recipes before you go.