Low Oxalate Baked Treat Recipes
These three low oxalate recipes are balanced with calcium and include thoughtfully selected foods for their antioxidant value to support overall health. Consideration to breed predisposition makes these recipes even more helpful since some breeds that are prone to forming these stones are also sensitive to dietary fat.
Your dog is eating a diet that helps prevent calcium oxalate stones, but what about treats? Many dog parents can offset a good diet by offering treats that promote these stones.
Breeds more likely to have this problem include the Yorkshire Terrier, Miniature Schnauzer, Lhasa Apso, Shih Tzu and Bichon Frise. Dogs that are a cross with any of these breeds are also more likely to develop stones. Any dog taking certain medications (prednisone is a prime example) can be predisposed to forming these stones and could benefit enormously from low oxalate options.
These super easy recipes are not only supportive toward your dog's special needs, but include phytonutrients for extra antioxidant protection. Enjoy feeding your dog treats with the peace of mind that you are supporting, not hindering their balanced diet.