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Does your dog love doggy pupperoni sticks, but you hate the added chemicals, food dyes and junk?

Me too, man. Me. too. There is almost nothing my dogs won’t do for one of those gross little sausages.

Back in the day, before I knew better, Felix used to love those dried sausage dog treats that you get at the pet store.

The only problem? He really shouldn’t eat them. These dog treats usually made of beef and often they have grain in them. Some brands use food colouring, many use chemical preservatives. While your dog thinks they’re delicious, they aren’t very healthy. I set out to make a healthy version that my dogs would still love, but that I could feel good about giving.

These turkey sausage dehydrator dogs treats are just as good as the originals.

These homemade dog sausage treats are better for them, super easy to make and you can’t beat the price.

Easy DIY Turkey Sausage Dehydrator Dog Treats

These easy DIY dehydrator dog treats are made from grocery store sausages, they need absolutely no prep and they make the most delicious dog treats that will drive your dog wild.

Prep Time1 minute Cook Time12 hours Total Time12 hours 1 minute


  • Plain, unseasoned turkey or chicken sausages – I chose ones that had no grain or fillers in them and I read the label carefully to be sure there was no onion or other “spices”.


  1. Lay sausages out on dehydrator trays.
  2. Allow sausages to dry for 6 – 8 hours until they break crisply.
  3. Preheat your oven to 275F. Lay your dried sausages out on a cookie sheet. Allow the oven to come fully to temperature and then bake your chews for 10 minutes to kill off any harmful bacteria.
  4. Allow treats to cool completely before packaging or storing.


    Store in an airtight container in a cool, dark place for up to 3 weeks or in the freezer for up to 3 months.

    © Jodi ChickCategory: Dehydrator Dog Treat Recipes

    Seriously. It’s THAT easy.

    Healthy, delicious dehydrator dog treats with almost no work at all.

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