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Have you looked at the ingredient list on Greenies? Ew. Here is an inexpensive way to make dental chews for you dog that they will love. Also, the gelatin is great for joint and hip care so you don't have to waste your money on poor quality pet supplements. These will keep for a week or two in the fridge so if you have only one small dog, you might want to half the recipe. If you have a Great Dane, double or triple the recipe and get really large molds. I use Great Lakes gelatin that I buy…
Long-lasting and filled with big, tasty flavor, Purina Prime Bones Bone Filled Chew with Pasture-Fed Bison Small Dog Treats help to satisfy your dog’s instinctual need to chew. These plastic-free and rawhide-free chews are safe and edible. Made with pasture-fed bison, each bone-shaped exterior is filled with a soft, meaty center for paw-some taste. Added minerals support your dog’s health and as your pup chews, he’ll clean his teeth and freshen his breath for more enjoyable doggy kisses…
Rodney Habib of Planet Paws and Dr. Karen Becker shared a recipe for DIY Himalayan Chews on Facebook and I decided to give it a shot. My first batch didn't turn out as expected, but the dogs enjoyed them. Here's the recipe (only three ingredients), how to make the chews, what I did wrong and how to fix it, and what I plan to do next time.
One ingredient. Bake it. Let it cool. Done. Simple enough — except you'll need your oven turned on for several hours. Get the recipe here.
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Learn about one of our favorite all-natural, fun ways to clean Henry's chompers: natural dog chews for good dental health!
1 · Dehydrated sweet potato dog chews
- 2 Sweet potatoes, Large
Oils & Vinegars
- 1 Cinnamon or coconut oil