Collection: Dog treats

Dog treats: 100% natural freeze-dried goodness

Dog treats that support various aspects of canine health while being a tasty reward for your pet.  These dog treats don't require refrigeration and their 100% natural taste and texture makes them the ideal training treat for any setting -home or on-the-go.

Dog treats that are delicious and formulated to support to specific health needs.

Each variety is crafted with carefully selected ingredients that support sensitive systems, joint health, a healthy immune response, and provide appropriate nutrition for puppies. Sustainably sourced and free from artificial additives, our dog treats deliver peace of mind to health-conscious pet owners who insist on the best for their canine companions.

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FAQs: Dog Treats

Better for dogs are natural treats due to their ease of digestion and superior nutrient absorption.

Free from artificial additives and chemicals, these treats ensure that your dog's body can more efficiently process the ingredients and utilise the essential nutrients vital for their health.

Additionally, natural treats often contain higher quality sources of protein and essential fats, which are crucial for maintaining energy levels, a healthy coat, and overall wellness. This makes them a safer and more beneficial option for your pet's dietary needs.

Giving your dog treats everyday is OK if you adhere to a few important guidelines.

Treats should complement the main diet without displacing it, typically making up no more than 10% of your dog’s total daily calories.

It’s crucial to choose high-quality treats that align with your dog's nutritional needs. Regularly offering treats can also be a great way to reinforce positive behavior and strengthen your bond.

However, monitoring your dog's overall caloric intake and adjusting meal sizes accordingly is essential to prevent weight gain.

Dog trainers use treats that are highly palatable, small, and easy to consume quickly so as not to distract the dog from the task at hand.

These treats typically have a strong aroma to capture and maintain the dog's interest during training sessions. Many trainers prefer using small bits of freeze-dried meat because they can be eaten quickly and don't crumble, leaving less mess.

Additionally, trainers often opt for low-calorie treats to ensure that the dog can receive multiple rewards during a training session without overindulging.

Treats you should avoid giving your dog include those that contain harmful additives like artificial colors, flavors, or excessive amounts of sugar and salt.

It's also wise to steer clear of treats that are hard and might cause dental damage, especially for older dogs. Ingredients such as chocolate, xylitol (a common sweetener in sugar-free products), grapes, raisins, onions, and garlic are toxic to dogs and should always be avoided.

Additionally, ensure that any treat you give your dog is appropriate for their size and chewing capabilities to prevent choking hazards.