WyldLife Pets, a company that provides natural bully sticks for dogs, has released new information regarding the different types of healthy dog treats available in the market as a part of their pet health awareness campaign.
Jul 05, 2018 /prREACH/ -- Fort Lauderdale, Florida: WyldLife Pets, a company that provides natural bully sticks for dogs, has released new information regarding the different types of healthy dog treats available in the market as a part of their pet health awareness campaign.
According to Colin Campbell, a spokesperson for the company, "Raw hide and beef hide are popular dog treats but contain chemicals and additives that make them unsuitable for use as dog treats for pets. Pet owners should strive to introduce healthier alternatives to their pet's diet in order to maximise their well-being."
Bully sticks are a popular variety of dog treats that are 100% digestible and made of pure beef protein and fat. They act as oral chews by removing the plaque and tartar buildup that can cause bad breath and general dental health issues in pets. The natural ingredients provide the chews with a much more pleasant flavor for dogs as well, so they are much more likely to chew them as opposed to filled or chemical based dog treats.
Dog tendons are another variety of healthy dog treats. These dog chews can be made from pig, beef, oxen, and buffalo, including water buffalo. Tendons attach muscle to bone, so quite different than Bully sticks. Beef tendons usually come from the neck or legs.
Freeze-dried and jerky treats, when made especially for dogs, offer a tasty alternative that is similar to human food. These treats are usually available in a variety of forms such as meats, liver, poultry, and seafood. While used primarily for their health benefits many dog owners use these treats for effectively training their pets during their early years.
WyldLife Pets produces its own line of bully sticks and beef tendons, that are 100% natural and healthy. The products are available for sale on their official website as well as their Amazon storefront. Learn more about Wyldlife Pets here - http://wyldlifepets.com/.