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Glycerine in Dog Treats

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Glycerine in Dog Treats

When you see jerky treats described as being soft and chewy, do you stop to think why that might be the case? Jerky is not normally soft - chewy yes, but not soft.  When you look at the label and it says 100% Australian chicken, do you assume that's all that's in the treat? I bet you said yes - and who can blame you. But words can be deceiving. There is a well known chicken jerky treat sold in a major big box retailer that is described as natural. The label says 100% Aussie chicken. But if you look at...

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Treats You Can Make At Home - Tuna Fudge

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Treats You Can Make At Home - Tuna Fudge

Do you fancy making some treats at home? Maybe you want something soft and cakey, or something cold for summer, or a gummy type treat. Well hang on tight, I'm going to share some supaw easy recipes you can make that your doggos will go mad for. This week I'm sharing Tuna Fudge The dogs really do go mad for this, it's just like doggie crack (are we allowed to say that??) - no idea, but they love it. Ingredients 2 cans of skipjack tuna in springwater (see note 1)  2 large eggs 1.5 cups flour (see note 2) -...

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My Dog Has Allergies - Will Natural Dog Treats Help?

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My Dog Has Allergies - Will Natural Dog Treats Help?

  Signs of allergies   Does your dog scratch a lot? Does your dog lick and chew his paws? Do his ears smell? Is his skin inflamed, crusty, dry and flaky? Maybe he vomits regularly? Is gassy?  If the answer to any of the above is yes, then it's likely that your dog has allergies.  Common dog allergens are Beef Chicken Soy Wheat Dairy Egg  Lamb So how do natural dog treats help with all of this?  Here are the ingredients of a very well known and widely advertised treat that dogs go "a bit mad" for Cereals; meat and meat...

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A Refreshing Summer Treat For Your Dog

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A Refreshing Summer Treat For Your Dog

Can Dogs Eat Watermelon? They certainly can. Most dogs love watermelon, and it's a great thirst quenching treat for them on a hot summers day. Watermelon is actually a really healthy treat to give to your dog, but don't let them eat the seeds or the rind, just in case it causes a blockage. Not only does it help stop them from becoming dehydrated - watermelon is 92% water - it also contains amino acids, antioxidants and vitamiins, and is a good source of lycopene (good for heart and bone health). Source https://www.livescience.com/46019-watermelon-nutrition.html Watermelon Dog Treats You can feed the watermelon...

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Two tasty treats for smaller dogs

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Two tasty treats for smaller dogs

Today we have added two tasty treats into store which are pawfect for the smaller doggos. Veal tendon paddywack is just like it's big brother, beef paddywack, but is the mini version. Smaller pieces make this ideal for the smaller dogs.  Pork Trotter Splits are also great for the smaller dog, who find a whole trotter too much for one sitting. It can often be really difficult to maintain dental hygiene with smaller dogs, as many bones are too big for them, and giving large chunks of meat which they can tear is not practical when their meal portions are...

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