Chews can be so helpful when you have a newborn or a young child and have less time for your dog. Under-exercised dogs can bark, chew on your furniture or kids’ toys. Chews will keep your dog occupied, and they are a great outlet for dogs’ natural instincts.
As I was researching various chews to share with you, I came to the conclusion that there just isn't one 'always-safe' chew for every dog. Possible concerns: broken or cracked teeth, choking, gastro-intestinal irritation, or digestive obstruction, should a dog bite off more than they can chew or decide to swallow something whole.
These are some of Lola’s favorite chews.
️Bully sticks come in various sizes and shapes (curly, braided), and if you can’t stand the smell, there are odorless bully sticks.
Tracheas are very high on Lola’s list. The crunchy texture and grooves help scrape away tartar and plaque to help clean your dog’s teeth. Excellent source of chondroitin for senior dogs and suitable for dogs at all stages of life.
Himalayan Chews are made with yak and/or cow milk. If your dog likes cheese and works the end of a chew for hours, softening it with their mouth before chewing off, then this would be a perfect chew for your pup.
Lamb Ears have almost no odor, are a very clean chew, and don't leave stains on the carpet!
️The Icelandic+ Lamb Horn was recommended to us by another trainer. It's actually not a bone, it's 100% Keratin.
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