This liver dog treat is extremely easy to make (no baking), smells good (if you like livers), tastes wonderful to dogs, and is loaded with protein and other nutrients good for dogs.
Livers are rich in protein, as well as vitamins, especially vitamin A. In fact, livers are so rich in vitamin A that they should not be given in large amounts to dogs to avoid vitamin A toxicity, even though dogs love the smell and taste of livers.
If you are giving liver treats to your dog for the first time, give a little bit at first to see how well your dog can tolerate this food item.
If your dog has food allergy, you may want to consider using duck livers for this recipe. (Also omit the bread crumbs). Duck is a protein source that most dogs have not been exposed to, and is often used in making hypoallergenic dog foods. Similarly, duck organ meats are uncommon protein sources for dogs; therefore, duck liver pate may just be a good treat for dogs with allergies.
It's worth a try!
The pate can be added to your dog's food as a "topper", or give a teaspoon to a tablespoon (depending on the size of the dog) as a treat.