Whether you suspect your dog has a food intolerance or you’ve already confirmed it, finding treats for your furry friend can be quite challenging. As you’ve likely already discovered, many commercial treats contain ingredients that are far from allergy-friendly. But fortunately, there’s a quickly growing market for healthy, natural, and limited-ingredient dog treats, and many are excellent options for food-sensitive pups. See our 10 best hypoallergenic dog treats for all breeds and dietary needs. And for doggies new to the food-intolerance rollercoaster, we give you ideal treat ingredients to look for (and those to avoid), ways to narrow down what’s causing your pup’s allergy symptoms, and much more.
Know what’s in the treats you are giving your dog. Make sure they aren’t harmful towards your canine friend.
Does your dog go nuts over peanut butter? It’s a favorite treat for many of our furry friends, but did you know that some peanut butter brands can actually be toxic for dogs? It’s extremely important to choose a dog-friendly peanut butter with ingredients that are safe and healthy for our pups. We share which peanut butter brands and ingredients to avoid, feeding guidelines, and our recommendations for the best peanut butter for dogs.
If your dog becomes a hot mess when you leave him alone or during thunderstorms or car rides, you’re certainly not alone. Nearly two-thirds of all dogs have some form of anxiety, and it’s so disconcerting as a pup parent to see our furry friend frightened. Fortunately, the market is full of dog anxiety supplements to give your pup relief. We’ve researched dozens of products and narrowed down some options to help you find the best calming aid for your dog.
Are ice cubes your dog’s best friend? It’s fun to watch your pup go to town with a dropped cube on the floor, but veterinarians warn that chomping on ice cubes can cause our dogs tooth damage. We’ve got much better alternatives to help your pup cool down and stay hydrated on hot summer days. These homemade frozen dog treats are incredibly easy to make and contain nutrient-packed dog-safe human foods.
If you’ve been a dog owner for a while, you’ve very likely heard of or have even purchased a Kong for your pup. Kong has been a leading manufacturer of fun, interactive and extremely durable toys for decades. We’re big fans of Kong products ourselves and want to share our reviews of some their most popular toys, treats and other products to help you keep your dog happy and mentally stimulated…
Whether using treats to train your pup or just as a fun snack, they can push your dog’s daily calories over a healthy limit. And too many tasty rewards, especially those that are high in calories and full of low-quality ingredients, can lead to weight gain and subsequent health problems. Fortunately for us pet parents, we have some yummy alternatives for the best low-calorie dog treats to use as healthy natural snacks.
Have you heard about the latest all-natural remedy to help your dog with anxiety, chronic pain, and other health issues? An increasing number of pet parents turn to cannabidiol (better known as CBD oil) to improve their dogs’ lives. However, some dogs turn their snouts up if you try to apply CBD oil on their tongue or mix it in with their food. CBD dog treats and other edibles can be a good alternative — as long as you find high-quality products.
Most dogs are motivated to do anything if you place the right food in front of them. Whether you’re trying to train your dog or you just want to treat them for doing a good job on a walk, we’ve got the treats for you. And if you’re looking for a convenient way to carry your treats on walks and during training, we recommend this pouch that can hold treats, poop bags, and even a few other items you may need on your walk.
Dog owners know how important it is to find healthy treats for our furry companions like, and that is good for them. While most dogs love meaty treats, a rising number love veggie-based and vegan dog treats. Are vegan dog treats good for dogs? Yes, in many cases, they sure are. In fact, they are an excellent pick for pups with food allergies or those who have trouble with animal proteins. There are a ton of options to choose from, and as dogs can be picky, this can be quite a challenge. We have taken a look at 13 different veggie-based dog treats and share our findings.
Picking a treat to give your dog while training can be tricky. You don’t want to give them a treat filled with calories. Especially since you’ll be giving many at a time. You also want one that is all-natural, meaning there are no artificial flavors or colors. Picking a treat to give your dog while training can be tricky. You don’t want to give them a treat filled with calories. Especially since you’ll be giving many at a time. You also want one that is all-natural, meaning there are no artificial flavors or colors.
Dog owners know the importance of healthy nutrition, but this goes beyond picking high-quality pet food. Canine nutrition includes the treats we give dogs throughout the day. Some are far better than others. Shameless Pets is a company that focuses on using upcycled foods to make high-quality, very nutritious pet treats. The company uses misfit and surplus produce and transforms them into tasty treats.