Healthy Dog Treats: 5 Fast Facts


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Fact #1. A dog doesn't care if a treat has any nutrients. A dog only cares if it tastes really good. And so it's up to you, the owner, to decide upon a treat that your dog will not only benefit from, but enjoy. There are a plethora of dog treats on the market. Much like human food, one of the keys to choosing a great treat comes down to understanding what makes up a healthy diet. You'll want a treat that's high in protein and rich in vitamins.
Fact #2. A dog treat should be soft and chewable and contain calcium for maintaining strong teeth. One that contains fiber promoting regular bowel movements is a great choice. Options that aren't pumped with additives, or cooked in grease are also a good idea.
Fact #3. You'll want to read a treat's ingredient label to determine whether that treat is made of meat. You also want to find out if that meat is actually real or artificial. You can also use the ingredient label to determine whether a treat is low in fat, gluten-free, or whether it contains salt or sugar.
Fact #4. The most important test of any dog treat is to observe how your dog responds to it. Does the dog seem sluggish, or upbeat? Are his stools more solid, or watery? Above all else, does the dog seem excited whenever you offer him a treat. You're not doing the dog any favors if the answer is no.
Fact #5. There's no evidence to support the notion that any dog prefers the taste of a treat to its regular canned food. What a dog is responding to just prior to being given a treat is the prospect of what it believes to be a reward. To a dog, there's breakfast, and there's dinner. A treat remains something unpredictable, to be earned and savored.

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