A well-balanced diet for your furry friend contains a mixture of protein and carbohydrates. Since the introduction of processed dog food in the early 1900s, poultry by-products have been used in dry and moist dog foods. This makes chicken livers a great choice for an added treat or topping to spruce up your pet’s meal.
Wash the chicken livers under cool water. This helps remove any debris from packaging.
Place up to 10 livers in a medium-sized pot and cover them with about 1 inch cool water.
Bring the water to a boil over high heat on the stove. Simmer the livers on low for about 15 minutes until they are tender.
Remove the pot from the heat. Drain the water and allow the livers to cool on a plate.
Dice the livers and serve them to your pooch. Only feed him two or three at a time, once or twice a week.
Chicken livers are high in vitamins A, C and iron, so only feed them to your dog as a treat. Do not fry them; the added grease may cause stomach upset.
Store the cooked livers covered in the refrigerator up to a week.
Items You Will Need
- Medium pot
- Store the cooked livers covered in the refrigerator up to a week.
- Chicken livers are high in vitamins A, C and iron, so only feed them to your dog as a treat. Do not fry them; the added grease may cause stomach upset.
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