Liver is the most nutrient dense organ meat being high in vitamin A (beneficial for eye health and reducing diseases that cause inflammation - such as arthritis), folic acid, iron and zinc (important for the functioning of the immune system and thyroid function)
Brown rice flour vs wheat flours for dogs
This is a personal preference. As allergy symptoms are becoming more prevalent we prefer to do all baking without wheat. So many dogs are showing signs of wheat sensitivity or allergies. We feel "better safe than sorry".
500g raw liver
About 2.5 cups brown rice flour
We added chopped parsley to this recipe
Blend the liver and eggs together.
Add the flour to the liver and egg mixture and pour into a greased and lined baking tin or tray.
Bake at 180 degrees celsius for 40 - 50 minutes in a loaf pan, 10 minutes if in a flat baking sheet and 20 minutes if in muffin tins.
Cut into cubes (smaller cubes for pups or to use as training treats).
You can freeze these as is or dry them out in a very low oven to store in an airtight container.
Let us know how your Beags like the liver bread and what twist you like putting on the recipe!
ALTERNATIVE HEALING & BLOG DISCLAIMER
Alternative healing articles and any other advice featured in this blog do not claim to replace any conventional veterinary treatment. This is an educational blog for Beagle owners to read about alternative options that we as Beagle owners have tried ourselves and seen positive outcomes. We do not post anything we have not experienced positively and will never endorse anything in which we do not believe through positive experience.
Kinesiology and other healing modalities do not diagnose, cure or prescribe, as these activities are the prerogative of veterinarians. Kinesiology may provide a different, energy-based approach to allergy support, and potentially allow for a reduction in the use of corticosteroids. As a kinesiologist, I believe that allergies, just like other ailments, may have an emotional and/or mental aspect which is worth addressing. As such, this modality represents a valid complementary therapy to veterinary care.