These treat can be used for other uses than training, I just loved the alliteration! Tuna treats are easy to make, use only three ingredients AND baking time is a mere six minutes in the microwave!! Also, you can substitute the tuna for any fish that you want.

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Step 1: Ingredients

You will need;

One egg, a can of tuna in oil and 3/4 of a cup of flour (any kind).

Is it possible to bake them instead of using the microwave?
<p>This is a brilliant recipe , my dogs love them,and they are so easy and quick to make</p>
<p>Can I make it with tuna in water? would I add a dash of vegetable oil to keep them together?</p>
<p>I make these with tuna in water and add 1 T of bacon fat. I also use WW flour and add some wheat germ. I keep the treats in the fridge but they rarely last more than 2 weeks as my puppy loves them. I would guess you could use tapioca flour or almond flour if your dog has issues with wheat. </p>
<p>my dog does anything for these treats. We take them to puppy training now. Simple, quick &amp; easy! </p>
How long do these keep refrigerated vs not refrigerated?
I'm just curious about how long of a shelf life these will have in the fridge. Mostly because my dog absolutely loves tuna and fish products and I can't find anything fish flavored for dogs in the stores...&nbsp; (I've had to start giving her those freezed dried sardine treats for cats)&nbsp; <br /> <br /> Also, for a dog with a sensitive stomach whats the doggie diarrhea degree on these, do you know?<br /> <br /> *goes off to look for can of tuna to test them out*<br />
You could try vinegar powder as a preservative too. Dust the food product w/ this natural powder to have a longer shelf life - but it will change the taste. Experiment and have fun!
The shelf life is probably 3 or 4 weeks in the fridge, but they probably won't last that long :) <br /> <br /> As for the diarrhea aspect, my dog has a cast iron stomach so I really don't know. If you're worried about the oil irritating puppy's stomach, just try to spoon most of the oil out before you mince the fish.
The easiest way to get the oil out is to use canned tuna, can opener it, leave the lid on and squeeze the oil out by pushing the lid down into the tuna can and dump the oil. (this works w/ the water tuna too ;-)<br>
made mine today! they love it! seems like they will do anything for the yummy smelly treats!<br>thanks for the post!
&nbsp;Only for dogs?
If you make the cubes small enough, kitties can have them too.

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