Top Dog Treats

If you are looking for a delicious and economical treat for your dog here are a series of recipes that should keep them happy.

Chicken Treats

250g                      cooked chicken

1 ½ cups               self raising flour

1 ½ cups               plain flour

2 tbsp                    chicken stock

2                             egg whites, beaten

2 tbsp                    canola oil


Preheat oven to 180 degrees. In a bowl combine flours and garlic powder. Add the chicken stock, egg whites, and oil. Roll out dough 1.5cm thickness, cut with the desired cutter, and bake for 20 min. Allow to cool down in the oven for 2 hours.

Top Dog Academy Offal

250g                      raw liver

3 cups                   water

1 cup                     self raising flour

½ cup                   wholemeal flour

½ cup                   plain flour

2 tbsp.                   canola oil

1                             egg


Preheat oven to 180 degrees. Boil liver in water until it is no longer pink. Remove liver and set liquid aside.

Puree liver with ¼ cup of reserved water. In a bowl, combine flours and garlic powder. Add oil, egg and liver puree and ¼ cup reserved liquid and mix well.

Roll out the dough and using the desired cutter press out biscuits and place on a greased tray and bake for 10 min. Turn and bake for a further 10 min. Let treats cool down in oven for the next 2 ½ hours to make extra crunchy.

Top Dog Academy Veggie pattie          

1/3  cup                carrots

1/3 cup                 beans

1/3 cup                 rice

¼ cup                    vegetable stock

1 ½ cups               plain  flour

1 cup                     wholemeal flour

½ cup                    wheat germ

¼ cup                    olive oil


Preheat oven to 180 degrees . Puree vegetables with stock. In a large bowl combine flours, wheat germ and garlic powder and combine with vegetable mixture and olive oil.

Roll out mixture to 1.5cm thickness, and cut out treats with desired cutout. Bake on tray lined with ovenproof paper for 15 min. Turn off and keep patties in cooling oven for another 2 hours.