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Are You Feeding Your Dog A Treat Or Poison?

Posted on June 27th, 2016 by Holly Wilton

Giving Your Pet A Treat Is A Win Win Situation. Not Only Does It Reward The Pet, It Also Satisfying For You For Performing What Is Been Requested By Yourself. There Really Is No Particular Reason To Give Your Dogs A Treat. Usually treats are given during training sessions for encouragement or maybe because you need some time alone or simply because you love your dog. However what you intend on giving as treat needs to be thought of before you could toss it to your lovable furry companion. It’s worth getting to know the good and the bad effect of certain snacks upon dogs. With the proper information, next time you wish to treat your dog, you can toss over a more healthier option.

Quick facts about your loving companion

Did you know that a dogs intestines are six times more than the length of its whole body? That’s a lot of intestines to go for! According to professional pet doctor there are approximately 37 essential nutrients that needs to be included in a dog’s daily diet.

Further as per the advice of vet pet at Vets4Pets treats need to in account of not more than 10 percent of a dogs total calorie intake. Pet owners need to be cautious when handing out pet food and treats for their pets. The wrong kind of treats can not only decrease their health and fitness levels, it can be downright poisonous with fatal results. Here are some of the food comparisons that are healthy and food that are dangerous for dogs to be consumed.

Carrots (Treat)

There cannot be a healthier treat for your pet companion than a crunchy orange carrot. These are filled with fiber, potassium, magnesium and vitamins B6, B12, C and K. These crunchy carrots are low calorie natural sweeteners which are great to satisfy your dogs need to chew. This vegetable has the ability to aid in blood clotting and provides needed energy boost to be active throughout the day.

Cooked bones (Poison)

Pet lovers might have witnessed the imploring look of a dog for the whiff of cooked bones. Simply ignore these tactful looks. No matter how tempting it may be to toss over these bones to your dog, it has to be avoided at all times. Cooked bones have a large tendency to split than raw bones which are much more sturdy and harder to crack. Split bones can be dangerous to your dog as the sharp ends can cause severe damage to their intestines.

 
 
 

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