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    THE DOGGY BLOG

    WHAT TYPE OF CHEWS SHOULD YOU GIVE YOUR DOG?

    12/10/2018 1:51 PM Comments Posted By Admin

    What type of chew should you give your dog?

    Giving your dog chew treats can help satisfy your dog’s natural urge to chew and relieves boredom. It also plays a pretty big part when it comes to your dog’s dental health. Chewing can help remove tartar and plaques from dog’s teeth.

    We all want what’s best for our dogs, especially when choosing which dog treats that are healthy and all-natural. It is important to make a wise and careful decision when choosing dog treats to give your dogs, as some may hurt your dog’s gums or be a choking hazard. Other dog treats can even cause digestive problems or broken teeth.


    It is important to choose treats that are designed specifically for your dog's size, health, and chewing habits. Below are some information about rawhides, bully sticks and other natural dog treats to help you make better decision to what’s the best chew treats to give your beloved dog. You can also check with your veterinarian for advice on which dog treats best suit for your dog.
     

    RAWHIDES

    Rawhides are made from dried animal skin and it is relatively cheap compared to other dog treats. It helps clean your dog’s teeth and prevents gum disease, which can be associated with health problems.  It can also help relieve canine anxiety, boredom and satisfy your dog’s natural urge to chew. They also help lessen bad breath and keep your dog teeth whiter. It can also minimize the risk of potentially serious dental problems.



    COW HOOVES

    Cow hooves are also relatively inexpensive.  They are considered a natural product because they’re the actual hooves from a cow. They also have several great health benefits. The hard texture of the hooves helps remove harmful plaque, so your dog can have cleaner gums and teeth while strengthening your dog’s jaw. They are long-lasting and will surely occupy your dog’s time; it helps relieve your dog’s boredom and their natural urge to chew on hard objects inside your home.



    BULLY STICKS

    Bully sticks or also known as steer sticks, beef sticks and pizzle sticks are made from dried bull penises, they contain 100% pure beef and they are safe and healthy for your dog to eat.  These natural dog dental chews improve your dog's oral hygiene and health. They also help in preventing plaque and tartar buildup on your dog’s teeth and help stop the formation of cavities. It can also help prevent other dental problems such as periodontal disease and gingivitis which can cause oral pain, inflammation and tooth decay that can also lead to chronic and life threatening diseases.



    PIG EARS
    You can never go wrong with pig ears! It is every dog’s favorite! Dogs find them super delicious and they just go crazy over it! Not only that it is delicious, but there are plenty of health benefits in giving your dog this delicious and tasty treat. They are packed with protein, which helps in keeping your dog's muscles strong and helps them form new skin and hair cells. Pig ears are also rich in Omega 3 and 6 acids which are good for cholesterol regulation - it helps maintain healthy heart in dogs. It also has a high concentration of glucosamine and chondroitin, which can help improve joint health. It has also been proven to effectively remove dental plaques and tartars from a dog’s teeth. Keeping your dog’s teeth clean and the gums healthy.



    KNOW YOUR DOG

    Dog’s love to chew, it keeps them busy and it also helps to improve your dog’s overall dental health.  It is important to remember that no two dogs are alike, so get to know your dog’s chewing style. Some dogs also prefer to chew treats that are really hard and some prefer the ones that are softer. Whatever type of dog chew you decide to give to your dog, always remember to supervise them as much as possible. Never leave them unattended when they are chewing on any type of toy or chew even if your dog has chewed the same item before. Supervision is the key!

     

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