Functional Dog Treats Hip & Joint- Made in USA Dog Products
What Makes for Healthy Dog Treats for Training?
There is a wide variety of dog training treats on the market. Typically, dog training treats are small in size. This is because your dog will be eating a lot of them throughout training sessions. Also, for the same reason, healthy dog treats for training tend to be low calorie.
The packaging typically says, “mini” or “bits” on them to indicate their small size. Since your dog will be eating quite a few, it’s always best to go with high-quality ingredients. Protein-based training treats are considered ‘high-value’.
This means that they tend to have an enticing aroma and flavor. However, some dogs truly love fruit-based training treats. Also, organic treats tend to be less processed - and that is what you are looking for in healthy, nutritious, and delicious dog treats.
Lastly, training treats tend to be grain-free. This is to minimize stomach sensitivity. Try a few different healthy dog treats out with your pooch to gauge his/her interest.
The best treats for senior dogs. Reward them with a healthy dog treat made with free-range chicken for the soul, rolled oats for the joints, and fresh green beans and blueberries to keep away those free-radical ninjas.
Hip & Joint dog treat cookies are soft enough to break it into small pieces for an old dog with no teeth.
- Sensitive Stomach Approved
This is a 2 pack(10 oz. Combined) with about 100 treats in total
Ingredients: Chicken, Oats, Green Beans, Lentils, Peanut Butter, Ground Flax Seed, Molasses, Blueberries, Sea Salt, Glucosamine Hydrochloride, Mixed Tocopherols (a source of Vitamin E), Rosemary Extract, Green Tea Extract
Functional Hip & Joint Dog Treats are Made in USA Pet Products
Just like we do, dogs love food treats. And just like us, dogs sometimes get too many calories from their treats. "If you're not careful, treats can add a substantial amount of calories to your dog 's otherwise normal, healthy diet," says Tami Pierce, DVM, clinical veterinarian at the University of California, Davis.