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How to Oven Roast Pork Skin for Dogs


For lip-smacking dog treats, you can dry pork skin in the oven. Your dog won't require the extra grease, however; he'll be just as pleased with the healthier dried version.

Step 1

Boil water in a large pan and add the pork skin. Boil the skin for an hour.

Step 2

Remove the skins from the pan and place them in a metal or plastic colander to drain. Allow the skins to cool completely.

Step 3

Preheat your oven to 170 degrees; this temperature will dry the skins slowly, like a dehydrator.

Step 4

Trim any fat from the underside of the pork skins, as it not healthy for your dog; cut or scrape this off with a sharp knife. Discard the fat.

Step 5

Place the skins on a cookie sheet and position the sheet on the center rack in your oven. Bake the skins for 10 to 12 hours, turning them once or twice to aid in a faster drying time.

Step 6

Remove the skins from the oven when they no longer bend -- the chewy stage -- but snap in half. These are thoroughly dried.

Step 7

Cool the skins on the cookie sheet completely before giving them to your dog. Break them into bite-size treat pieces. Store the leftovers in an airtight container.

  • Boiling the pig skin is important not only to prepare it for dehydrating properly, but to kill any bacteria in or on the pork skin.

  • For flavor, apply a light coating of baking spray to the boiled and cooled pig skins, then sprinkle with flavoring that is non-toxic to dogs -- such as rosemary, basil or parsley -- before placing in the oven.

Items You Will Need

  • Large pan
  • Water
  • Colander
  • Knife
  • Cookie sheet
  • Storage container

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Tips

  • For flavor, apply a light coating of baking spray to the boiled and cooled pig skins, then sprinkle with flavoring that is non-toxic to dogs -- such as rosemary, basil or parsley -- before placing in the oven.

Warnings

  • Boiling the pig skin is important not only to prepare it for dehydrating properly, but to kill any bacteria in or on the pork skin.


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