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I like to make my dog's food. It's healthier for them and you know exactly what the ingredients are. this 'ible will show you how to make homemade pig ear chews for your dog.

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Step 1: Ingredients and Supplies

Picture of Ingredients and Supplies

You will need raw pig ears, which you can easily find at any Asian food market, extra virgin olive oil, kitchen scissors, a brush, tin foil and an oven pan with a wire rack.

 
MarthaB1 made it!6 months ago

I made these pig ears with raw pig ears from the store. I cooked them whole in the oven at 180F for two hours. I then cut them apart into about three pieces each ear and put them back in the oven at 350F for 15 minutes.. ..My dog loves them. I feel better giving him these, because I know there are no added ingrdients.

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can these stay good for any length of time without being refrigerated?

Temperature? Thnx.
jtong4 years ago
AWESOME! THANKS A BUNCH!!!
imgentini5 years ago
Good idea!!!!
I am really motivated to do it to my dog. It loves it.
NachoMahma5 years ago
.  Good job. I buy 'em whole by the dozen for my dogs and always wondered what was involved in preparing them.
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.  PS: Nice web site.
Doggie Stylish (author)  NachoMahma5 years ago
i think that the commercial pig ears are made a little diferently b/c they don't get all puffy like mine do.
thanks for the compliment on my website. i work at it very hard!
We buy these for my dog...maybe i'll try making them.
mikeasaurus5 years ago
Home made treats, what a great idea! I like that your dog had a diet that includes something you made.

I'm thinking that this would smell something similar to a sunday morning fry-up, with only bacon, and four hours long.
Seriously though, is there an overpowering odour du cochon?
Doggie Stylish (author)  mikeasaurus5 years ago
because the ears are being baked, it smells like you're making a pig roast, only milder. the heat in the oven is pretty low, so there's no oil splatter. i didn't have a problem with any lingering odors.