Freeze-dried dog treats and food have been gaining in popularity over the last few years. Freeze-drying is a process that preserves nutrients in raw food ingredients, producing a shelf-stable and lightweight dog food product. Are freeze-dried dog treats safe? And what are the best ones you can find? We share the pros and cons of freeze-dried dog treats. We’ve also chosen some of the best freeze-dried meat dog treats on the market and give you a couple of homemade recipes.
Know what’s in the treats you are giving your dog. Make sure they aren’t harmful towards your canine friend.
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There are many reasons why dog owners opt to feed their dogs organic dog treats, with one of the top reasons being that there is no doubt that these treats are more beneficial than traditional dog treats. Let’s examine why organic dog treats may be a good choice for your dog, as well as provide some excellent commercially available organic dog treats and of course provide recipes that you can make yourself…
You’ve likely thought about giving your dog human food at some point in his life. But you may not be sure if everything you want to offer will be okay. You may have heard you can give your dog pineapple, but how much do you know about giving it to him safely? We can help you get the information you need about this sweet treat…
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.
Do you have a champion chewer in your house? Always finding your shoes and other items you leave on the floor mauled when you get home? As dog owners, we know our pups love to chew (some much more than others!) — and they need to keep themselves occupied when they’re not getting attention. It’s tough to find sturdy chew toys for dogs who make it their life’s mission to gnaw on anything they can get their paws on. There are a lot of chew treats, bones, and rawhide products on the market. But does your dog seem to rip right through them and gobble them up quickly? And what’s really in those products, anyway? Bully sticks for dogs are a safer, more nutritional alternative to a lot of the “junk” on the market. But what exactly are bully sticks, and what are they made from? Are they truly safer for dogs? Keep reading to find answers to these common questions and more.
Picking a treat to give your dog while training can be tricky. You don’t want to give her a treat filled with calories. Especially since you’ll be giving her many at a time. You also want one that is all natural, without any artificial flavors or colors. That’s why it’s so important to read the labels of every food related item you purchase, whether it’s for you or your pet. Our rule is, if you can’t pronounce the ingredient you shouldn’t buy it! Below are some of the treats we’ve reviewed for this article…
Looking for an alternative to treat training? Our foolproof dog training without treats method will help you develop another way to foster a healthy relationship with your dog. We’ll teach you how to effectively train your dog to sit, stay, lay down, leave it and come without the use of a single snack.
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.