A while ago we discussed what makes for a good Nose Work treat. I mentioned a recipe for Tuna Fudge. At the time I hadn't tried it. So, I got busy. Turns out, these home made tuna treats are not hard to make, and my dog Tigger is a huge fan of the result!
Update July 2016: After trying a couple of variations, I changed the recipe to make the treats less crumbly: one more egg, 1/2 cup less flour. The words have been updated, but the pictures reflect the old recipe.
Update April 2017: A generous reader shares that she often substitutes canned salmon for the canned tuna. Thank you for the great idea!
Home Made Tuna Treats
These home made tuna (or salmon!) treats must be stored in the refrigerator or freezer, but can easily make it to class and back without being put in a cooler. You can freeze and defrost them many times, without losing appeal or falling apart.
Let us know if your beta testers are pleased as well!
Copyright 2016 and 2017 by Linda Fletcher.