Natural dog treats are beneficial to your pooch for for a variety of reasons. One benefit is that they provide additional nutrition for your pup in addition to their regular diet. Natural dog treats are also lower in processed ingredients than many commercial treats. This means fewer ingredients that your pup may be sensitive to, as well as fewer potential allergens. Moreover, natural treats generally have less sugar, preservatives, and calories than treats with more processed ingredients. This can help avoid weight gain and other health problems associated with excess sugar and calories in your pup’s diet.
The best dog treats for your dog depend on your dog’s individual needs and preferences. Some dogs may prefer soft treats like our Crisps, Livers, Hearts, Cubes, or Jerky’s. While other dogs may prefer crunchy, harder treats like our Beef Paddywack, Kangaroo Lumbar’s, Femurs and Tails, Pigs Ears, Pork Trotters, Goat Horns and Beef Hooves. For an assortment for your dog to try there is always our Trail Mix.
Consider your dog’s age, size, and health when selecting dog treats. You should also look for treats that are made with natural, healthy ingredients such as the entire range sold by us here at Bark with Buster
You may also wonder, what iis the difference between air-dried and freeze-dried dog treats?
Air-dried dog treats are made by slowly drying the ingredients at a low temperature, while freeze-dried dog treats are made by rapidly freezing the ingredients and then using a vacuum to remove the moisture. Air-dried treats tend to be softer and more flavourful. Air-dried treats are generally lower in fat and calories, while freeze-dried treats are more nutrient-dense.
When purchasing dog treats, it is important to read the ingredients list and make sure the treats are made with natural, healthy ingredients. Additionally, it is important to consider the size and shape of the treat to make sure it is appropriate for your dog’s size and chewing habits. Finally, it is important to always have fresh water available for your doggo.
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