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Pleasure Your Dog With A Natural Dog Treat

As dog owners become more aware of their animal's dietary requirements, they progressively recognize the advantage of offering their pets with natural dog treats.

Natural dog treats include no added chemical preservatives or fillers, leaving your dog with straight nutritional value, nothing more. Natural treats also make use of the highest grade of nutritious products and processing techniques to ensure they're even fit for human consumption-- which who knows, could help if you ever get stuck in a survival scenario with your dog! Let's examine a few commercially-available natural dog treats, then a few treats you may stumble across in your own back yard.

Commercial Natural Dog Treats

As odd as they appear on first blush, pig ears are a natural favorite for numerous of our furry friends. They contain a reasonable quantity of fat, and dogs locate the flavor alluring (just like some people and pork rinds). Pig ear treats ought to be baked instead of chemically processed, and ought to have no included preservatives or coloring brokers. Check your plan label very carefully.

Greenies are yet another favorite dog treat-- an unique variety that makes use of chlorophyll to naturally freshen your dog's breath. Greenies include no preservatives, synthetic flavors or additional coloring. Surprisingly enough, dogs love them, and owners swear by them when it involves sweetening the breath in a safe and healthy method. Chewing these treats has the added conveniences of helping to cleanse your dog's teeth.

Mother Nature's Own Natural Dog Treats

You might be amazed to recognize that natural dog treats exist right in your refrigerator, or in your garden. Carrots, apple slices, and celery are all fantastic natural dog treats, offering vitamins without included chemical boosters. Simply offer these treats a wash before offering them to your dogs. For an extra-special treat, cut up your fruits or veggies, and mix with a dab of peanut butter and a tsp or two of raw oatmeal.

Whether commercially made or straight from the yard, natural dog treats are a wonderful way to give your dogs a dash of added nourishment without any mysterious additions.

Remember to shop around when looking for natural pet supplies to purchase.