Luscious Liver Dog Treats support Avalanche Rescue (Avy) Dogs
The Enchanted Biscuit Company and Luscious Liver Dog Treats love dogs and treasure the work that the Avy Dogs do, and donate to Summit County Rescue Group to support the work Avalanche Rescue Dogs perform. Read below about Avy Dogs and why Luscious Liver Dog Treats donate to the great service that avalanche rescue dogs perform.
Summit County Rescue Group
The Summit County Rescue Group is a non-profit, all-volunteer organization funded primarily through individual donations, grants, and fundraising.
The team depends upon contributions from individuals, groups, firms and agencies interested in supporting its work. We are a 501(c)3 organization under IRS code, so your donation is tax deductible.
This mountain search and rescue team is staffed 100% by non-paid professionals that respond 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year.
We incur enormous expense while responding to missions. This includes purchase and maintenance of team vehicles, facilities, communications equipment, medical and technical equipment, training expenses, and more.
There is never a charge to a subject for our services or expenses. All of our funding comes from grants and donations from people like you or your organization.
What is an Avy Dog?
Read this story of Mason, the Avalanche Dog
A day in the life of a Colorado avalanche dog
Copper Mountain’s Mason is one of many dogs in the state with an important job
To enchant: to captivate, charm, delight, entrance and beguile.
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We are an all-natural dog treat company who make absolutely no compromises in quality. There is no corn, wheat, soy, salt, sugar or GMO in any of our products. They are crafted with only human-grade ingredients, using natural preservatives. We are a purveyor of pet amenities to exceptional dog-friendly hotels, lodges and resorts nationwide and are the exclusive provider to the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs (Best Friend in-Residence Program), since 2008. Baked with Unconditional Love since 2007.Luscious Liver Dog Treats main ingredent is LIVER!
You may shy away from this organ meat, but liver is a doggy delicacy! Full of nutrients and protein, here’s why you should serve your pooch more liver.
Many dog owners say that their dogs will eat anything and everything – especially things that look unappetizing to us. When it comes to organ meats like liver, however, something that may look or taste disgusting to you is actually healthy (and tasty) for your pup!
Why is Liver So Good for Dogs?
Liver is a type of organ meat and, as such, you may not think about feeding it to your dog in the same way you might feed him chicken or beef. Organ meats like liver, however, are extremely rich in nutrients and they are a vital part of your dog’s diet. In fact, the raw food diet for dogs focuses specifically on raw organ meats like liver in combination with raw bones and muscle meat. Not only is liver very rich in protein, but it also contains healthy fats and key nutrients. Liver is a good source of vitamin A, iron, copper, phosphorus, and zinc as well as various B vitamins and essential fatty acids.
Vitamin A is one of the most important vitamins a dog needs in his diet – it helps to aid digestion, keeps his reproductive organs working well, and it acts as a powerful antioxidant. Various B vitamins (especially vitamin B12), help to protect your dog’s mental health and they also help to prevent anemia. Iron, an essential mineral, plays a role in many important functions such as brain development, regulation of body temperature, and metabolism – this mineral can be found in abundance in fresh liver. Liver also has an anti-fatigue factor which can be particularly beneficial for active and working breed dogs. It is important to note that the nutritional value of liver is highly affected by heat, so avoid cooking it if possible.
How Much Should You Give Your Dog?
It is generally safe to feed your dog small amounts of liver once or twice a week as a nutritional supplement to his regular diet. It is up to you whether you feed your dog pieces of fresh liver or you can purchase liver treats online or at your local pet store. Liver treats make it easy to keep track of how much you are giving your dog – this is very important because feeding your dog too much liver can lead to an overdose of vitamin A known as hypervitaminosis A. For small-breed dogs, one or two liver treats twice a week should be safe while medium-sized dogs can have 3 or 4 treats twice weekly and large breed dogs can have 5 or 6 treats. You can feed your dog liver from chicken, beef, lamb, or pork – even bison – but be wary of liver that comes from wild game because you cannot guarantee the quality of the organ meat.
As is true for all things, liver is a food that should be enjoyed in moderation for your dog. While it provides some significant health and nutritional benefits, there can be too much of a good thing. Stick to the recommendations provided above and your dog will experience the benefits of liver as much as possible.
Best Liver Treats for Dogs
If you are not too crazy about the idea of handling liver or giving your pooch raw organ meat- or don’t know where to source it- there are still ways to ensure your dog gets to enjoy this delicacy and reap the benefits it offers. High-quality dog liver treats are made from single ingredient (animal liver) and can make sure your pet has a safe, non-messy, readily available source of essential nutrients. The trick is finding those that combine perfect flavor, superior ingredients, and an affordable price tag- but there are options that offer everything you need.