If your dog routinely chews for 10-20 minutes or more at a time, you’d better be sure that it’s something safe, as anything this repetitive can have significant wear-and-tear on teeth and gums.
Many pet parents can identify with the zoned-out expression of a dog who’s relishing a good chew experience. The benefits of blissing out on a good chew are many – exercise, mental stimulation, the promotion of dental health … some chew treats are even vehicles for superior nutrition.
In this episode of Pet Talk, Dr. Sarah offers up her reviews of popular chew toys and treats, revealing which ones she does not recommend, and great alternatives. By the end of this episode, you’ll be an expert on the best options available to you, to make sure that chewing time is also safe time for your sweet pup. As a bonus, we’re revealing one of our newest products, an all-natural buffalo chew that can actually help to improve dental health! View all of our new buffalo chew treats now!
To Your Pets Health!
Dr. Sarah is a veterinarian with 10 years of clinical experience in private practice and not-for-profit shelter medicine. She has extensive knowledge about small animals and spent her senior year at University of California, Davis tracking exclusively small animals. In addition to providing veterinary educational material to Life’s Abundance customers, she is a mom, proud dog owner, and helps one pet at a time working relief in local veterinary clinics.
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