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Health and Multi-functional Treats for Your Dog Other than food products that we buy in pet shops to keep our dog healthy and strong, there are also other pressing needs that is required to keep them in good condition like shampoo, brush and even toys. You can also buy things that make dog handling easier for you like leashes, cooling and heating mats, and other products. But it is not only crucial to supply them with those needs, pet owners must also be determined to teach their dogs how to behave in your presence, out of your presence or when you have visitors. However, a lot of pet owners don’t train their dogs and so they get upset with them and put them in cages to be kept from mischief which also affects the dog and results in unacceptable behavior. 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 here let me share with you some of the healthy treats that you can reward your dog with.
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The most common dog treat that owners feed their pets are biscuits. However, you should not limit your treats to biscuits only for there are other types of treats that are more nutritious, though the effect they have on your dogs is the same. What I want to emphasize is merely, that they are healthier.
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Yogurt is a sweet treat nearly akin to ice cream that all dogs love, but more superior in a sense because yogurt contains probiotics or substances that stimulates the growth of microorganisms that will help improve digestion of your pet, and aid them in fighting diseases. Another healthy treat is vegetables that are rich in fiber. Fiber is very good for constipation, diarrhea, and weight management. Specialized pet shops sell these high fiber vegetables. 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. The taste of these dental chews is good, and they can encourage the chewing instincts of dog which help exercise their jaws. They are also formulated to help support healthy teeth and gums and reducing tartar. In terms of utility, all the treats mentioned above are the same as the other treats that most dogs get in training, but not in terms of value. If you are training your dog, it is best to use this multi-functional treats so that your objectives of keeping them healthy, conditioning them, and training them are all fulfilled.