Tasty Treats That Dogs Love

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Tasty Treats That Dogs Love

by Gray Rollins


Dogs all over the world are treated as treasured family members. Since these fabulous four legged friends deserve to be treated in the best possible manner most dog owners are anxious to know what the best possible treats are for their dogs. Here are several great ideas of treats that you could be giving to your dogs that are sure to make them very happy.

There are many dog owners out there today that are extremely conscious about the health of their dog. It is for that very reason that many dogs owners have decided to start giving their dogs homemade dog treats. Homemade treats for dogs have become hugely popular over the last several years and can be located everywhere from the World Wide Web to your local coffee shop. Homemade dog treats can be anything from a simple biscuit to tasty treats that resemble things like doughnuts or even a slice of pie. Many dog owners prefer to make their own treats for their dogs, as then they know exactly what their dogs are consuming. There are tons of recipes for homemade dog treats that can be found by simply doing a search on the Internet. This can be a very fun hobby to start and your dog is sure to be a very willing taste tester.

Another great gift idea for those looking for more healthful treat options for their dogs is to give them treats that they can not eat. Items like tennis balls, a piece of rope that is knotted at both ends and of course the ever popular squeaky toy can all be great treats for your dog. These types of treats can really contribute to the overall health of your beloved pet. Non-edible treats will also generally last longer then treats that your dog is able to eat.

Of course the most popular type of treats for your dog are the ones that can be found at your local grocery store. Dog bones, dog biscuits and chewy treats flavored like things such as bacon can all be found at very reasonable prices.

Be sure to remember what you plan to accomplish with the treats that you are purchasing or making for your dog. Do you want to help them loose weight? Are you training the to be able to do a specific task or are you just looking for something to help spoil them rotten? Knowing that will help you be in a position to select the best possible dog treat for your dog.

Gray Rollins is a featured writer for http://www.DogTeachers.com If you're looking to train your dog, then be sure to take a look at our obedience training guide as well as our dog training schools section.



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