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Healthy dog treats, what to look for - Part 3
Wednesday, 24 October 2018 | Kate
Know Your Healthy Dog Treats
All dogs should be able to enjoy a healthy, natural dog treat once in a while but lots dogs have specific requirements that preclude them from enjoying most mainstream dog treats. We have many different treat ranges for dogs with special dietary requirements so you can pick out something they'll really enjoy.
Wheat and gluten allergies can make finding treats a real hassle so ALL our dog treats are wheat and gluten free. We have a selection of vegetarian dog treats available as well for those dogs that are intolerant to meat. We have many kinds of treats to chose from including a range of natural dog biscuits.
Finding treats for dogs with allergies is also a common complaint amongst dog owners so all of our dog treats at My Itchy Dog are hypoallergenic meaning there is a treat you dog is sure to love.
Avoid Toxins and Cooked Bone
There are foods we eat that can be fatal to our dogs so it's best to avoid feeding your dog the following
Finally, cooked animal bones are to be avoided at all costs! When bones are cooked they become brittle and pieces can break off when they're chewed. If these pieces are swallowed they can puncture vital organs with can be fatal.
Make Your Own Treats
There are several benefits to making your own dog treats. If your dog has allergies or a food intolerance then you can avoid their triggers by making dog treats so they can enjoy their treats in peace. Every dog is different so it can be hard to find treats that are specifically tailored to your dog's dietary requirements. If you make your own treats you'll know exactly what's going into your dog's goodies which can be difficult when buying commercial dog treats.