Homemade Chicken Treats

When Presotn goes into his crate on command, he always “insists” on being rewarded with one of his favorites treats, dehydrated chicken strips. The warning on the package says “not for human consumption” got Mommy worried so Mommy made her own chicken treats that were good for both humans and Preston.
dry chicken strip
Dehydrated Chicken Strips
Boneless skinless chicken breast
1. Cut chicken breast into thin strips/pieces; the thinner, the better.
2. Cook chicken strips in a pan on medium heat until water starts coming out.
3. Remove chicken from pan and pat dry.
4. Place the cooked chicken strips on a foil covered cookie sheet.
5. Set the oven at 200F. Bake the chicken in the oven for 3-4 hour, flip every hour.
6. Dehydrated chicken can be stored at room temp.

4 Responses to Homemade Chicken Treats

  1. Maggie says:

    oohhhhhhhhhhhh! You get served with presentation too??!! You must be mighty special Preston!

    Love ya lots,

  2. Milo's Mom says:

    Can you tell me how long you can store these dehydrated chix strips at room temp? in the fridge? I’d like to make lots up at a time for convenience but without preservatives I’m not sure how long they will be good. Thanks!

  3. […] There is no free treat! To get the freshly baked chicken treats, Preston has to circle around Mommy or Daddy as told. […]

  4. Ruth says:

    I would like to make these in a dehydrator – should I still cook in a pan & any idea how long in the dehydrator?
    We have 2 labs & 1 med. sized mutt. They love the chicken strips I buy, but they are so expensive ($15 for a bag that lasts 1 week!)