Dogs have always been loyal companions and as pet owners we only want to give them the best comfort and lifestyle and show them our love and affection. Introducing healthy treats in your dog’s diet can not only be a fun and rewarding experience for both of you, but also a way to improve your pet's quality of life.
Wondering what type of treats to give to your furry buddy?
There are different types of dog treats, ranging from crunchy biscuits and cookies, jerky (dehydrated or freeze-dried), dental, and joint treats among others; and their composition can largely vary. They vary in flavours, sizes and shapes and have different benefits and can have a significant impact on your pet’s health and well-being. Treats are commonly used during trainings e.g., rewarding your dog when they successfully perform or reaffirm positive behaviours is a way to show your support and encouragement. Sometimes sharing treats with your pet can also be a great way to create or reinforce the bond between you, as well as to show your love and affection.
However, it is important to be careful when giving treats to your dog. Just as humans have their food preferences, so does your pet. You must ensure that your dog does not become too reliant on them. Overfeeding could be dangerous for the dog. Different pets have different nutritional needs based on their age, size and daily activity; it is therefore important to respect the dosage.
Discover the functional treats from Pet Natural Remedies
Pet Natural Remedies proposes 6 delicious and functional flavoured treats, suitable for your dogs and puppies of all breeds. These easily digestible soft chews are gluten-free. They are made from high-quality, all-natural ingredients and contain no preservatives and artificial colours and flavours.
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Always remember to consider your dog’s nutritional needs when choosing treats. Treats should not be your pet's main source of nutrition; they should be a used in moderation as part of a balanced diet.