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Treats for Your Dogs We give our dogs food products from the pet shop in order to keep them healthy and strong but there are also other needs that dogs have that are required to keep them in good condition like dog shampoo, dog brush, dog treats and toys. Easy handling of your pet is also vital that includes leashes, cooling and heating mats and etc. But these are not the only need that you dogs have; they also need to be taught how to behave in your presence, out of your presence or when you have visitors. Most pet owners who do not train their dogs end up being upset with them or liable to put their pets in dens for safe keeping and thus afflicting their dog and acquiring those unacceptable vices. 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. And it is here where I want to spend some time in enumerating the various healthy treats that you can give your dog.
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Dog biscuits are one of the most common dog treats that dog owners buy for their pets. You should not limit your treats to dog biscuits though, since there are other good and healthy treats out there which has the same effect on your dogs. What I want to emphasize is merely, that they are healthier.
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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. Their high levels of fiber help with constipation diarrhea, and weight management. These products are also available in specialized pet shops. You can also purchase K9Glucosamine chews in pet shops and this is another healthy treat. In case your vet prescribes a daily glucosamine regimen of your older dog, ask the specialist if you can give your pet glucosamine chew instead of pills. They are tastier and more filling. Dental chews is another great multi-functional treat for dogs. These chews have a good taste, and they are formulated to encourage the natural chewing instincts of dogs which also makes them exercise their jaws at the same time. They are also formulated to help support healthy teeth and gums and reducing tartar. Although these treats have the same utility as the ones given in dog training, the value is not the same. Therefore, a responsible dog owner who makes use of these great multi-functional treat to their pet while training them is fulfilling those 3 objectives, which is keeping them healthy, conditioned and training them as well.