Dogs love liver sausage! In addition to other dog treats, it’s one of the most popular treats for training, education and motivation. Unfortunately, pork is used in most conventional liver sausage pastes. Boiled too short, it can transmit the virus-related Aujeszky's disease and become deadly for your furry friend. In addition, many conventional liver sausage products for dogs often contain harmful nitrates, flavour enhancers, preservatives and other artificial additives.
That's why we have put together a quick and easy liver sausage recipe for dogs that you can easily make yourself
Liver sausage for dogs with fennel
- 250g chicken liver, turkey liver or beef liver
- 1/2 fennel bulb
- 1 pinch of salt
- ½ teaspoon herbs (parsley / marjoram / sage)
- Cut the liver and fennel into 2 cm pieces.
- Put both in a saucepan and cover with water. Bring to the boil and then simmer over low heat.
- When the liver has crumbled slightly and the fennel is nice and soft, you can drain the water. But collect a beaker of the cooking water to refine the consistency.
- Place the liver and fennel in a bowl, add the salt and herbs. Puree everything.
- To refine the consistency, you can add a little cooking water.
- Let everything cool down and spoil your darling with it.
Tip: Instead of fennel, you can also use zucchini, apple or other vegetables and fruits. Just try out what your dog likes best.
Conjure up a therapeutic snack: You can hide therapeutic supplements in the homemade liver sausage. This trick is also suitable for dogs who refuse to take their medication or other feed supplements.
Homemade liver sausage for joint problems:
If your friend is struggling with restricted joint function, such as stiffness or lameness, add our green-lipped mussel powder to the basic recipe. Green-lipped mussels are also ideal as a daily addition to feed for prevention of joint issues.
Homemade liver sausage for dogs with immune deficiency:
To strengthen your dog's immune system, mix the natural antibiotic propolis with the liver sausage base recipe.
You can find the information on the individual dosage in the feeding recommendation of the respective product.
We hope you will enjoy cooking for your dog!