Treats for Your Dogs
It is not only dog food that you should buy for your dogs to keep them healthy and strong because they also need other things to keep them in good condition like shampoo, brush, toys, and others. You can also buy them leashes, cooling and heating mats, and other things that make it easy for you to handle your pets.
Aside from the physical needs of our dogs, they have also behavioral needs, and so you must also teach your dog the proper behavior when they are with you, when you are not in their presence and most especially when there are visitors in your home. Since many pet owners don’t know how to train their dogs, the dog ends up in a dog cage when it misbehaves and this can result in unacceptable behavior from your pet.
Dogs respond by instinct, and this should be learned by dog owners who attempt to train their dogs, and so it is necessary that you also give them treats as a way of awarding them for their good behavior. Below you will find the healthy treats that are ideal for a doggie reward for good behavior.
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Biscuits are the most famous dog treats that most pet owners give their dogs. Besides biscuits, you can find other dog treats that are as healthy as biscuits. some of these other treats are healthier than biscuits.
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One good doggie treat is yogurt which is a sweet treat like ice cream that dogs love and is very healthy because they contain probiotics that stimulate the growth of microorganisms that help improve your dog’s digestion and help them in fighting diseases.
Another healthy treat is vegetables that are rich in fiber. Since they contain high levels of fiber, they can help with constipation, diarrhea, and weight management. Specialized pet shops sell these high fiber vegetables.
K9 Glucosamine chews is another healthy treat found in pet shops. A glucosamine chew will be good for your older dog if you vet prescribes a daily regimen, instead of giving it a pill. They are tastier and more filling.
Dental chews is another great multi-functional treat for dogs. They find them tasty and at the same time, they are especially formulated to encourage your dogs’ natural chewing instinct, thus exercising their jaws. The formulation of dental chews support healthy teeth and gums and tartar is reduced.
In terms of utility, all the treats mentioned above are the same as the other treats that most dogs get in training, but not in terms of value. If you are training your dog, it is best to use this multi-functional treats so that your objectives of keeping them healthy, conditioning them, and training them are all fulfilled.