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Rosemary Oil

by Chris
(Roanoke, Virginia)

My understanding is that Rosemary Oil helps with preventing oils go rancid. How much would be safe to use in dog treats?


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Rosemary Oil
by: Dog treat icing expert


Start with a quarter of a teaspoon per cup of dry ingredients that you are using for your homemade dog treats. There is no set answer to this, so you will have to test the amount.

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