Kong Stuffing Ideas: Doggie Chopped Liver!

Kong Stuffing Ideas: Doggie Chopped Liver!

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We’ve talked many occasions about giving your canine a KONG® Dog Toy to assist distract him throughout tense occasions (like fireworks!) or to assist stop separation nervousness. These hole toys are made to fill with meals and treats in your canine. We’ve acquired a enjoyable recipe for a combination that makes an awesome “plug” for the KONG: doggie chopped liver!

Unlike conventional chopped liver, doggie chopped liver has NO onions (keep in mind: onions are poisonous to canines and will by no means be included of their meals or treats.)

You can use this because the “glue” in a stuffable deal with toy similar to a KONG, added to a mixture of greens or your canine’s favourite kibble or layer your elements, placing the chopped liver on the backside of the toy, including the veggies or kibble, then topping off the toy with chopped liver to forestall every part from spilling out!

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How to Make This KONG Filler

Our canine chopped liver recipe is tremendous, tremendous easy to make and was very fashionable with our canines.

(Not utilizing a KONG? You may serve a spoonful as a deal with or add a spoonful atop a meal to encourage a reluctant eater.)

Recipe: Doggie Chopped LiverRecipe: Doggie Chopped Liver

Recipe: Doggie Chopped Liver


  • 1 pound hen livers
  • 2-3 arduous boiled eggs
  • 1 quart water


  1. Add hen livers (together with juices) to boiling water; cut back warmth and simmer for 40 minutes. Remove from warmth.
  2. Drain liver; reserve liquid (nice for freezing in ice dice trays as a cool deal with!)
  3. Use a fork or potato masher to mash livers. Finely chop arduous boiled eggs and add to livers. Mix effectively.
  4. Refrigerate chopped liver.

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Paris Permenter is the award-winning co-author, with John Bigley, of over 30 pet and journey books together with The Healthy Hound Cookbook and Texas with Dogs, each out there by way of Simon and Schuster. Paris can be a member of the Dog Writers Association of America.
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