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10 Simple, All-Natural Dog Treats It’s no secret that all dogs adore treats. But have you considered what’s contained in your pet’s favorite snack? Some dog treats have preservatives that may harm your dog’s health (such as BHT, HA, TBHQ, Propyl Gallate, and Ethoxyquin). These added ingredients can trigger dog allergies, cause annoying skin and coat problems, and even be more detrimental than useful. Here are 10 all-natural, healthy treats you can provide your dog with, instead of giving him store-bought snacks. Cabbage
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Cabbage belongs to the cruciferous family of vegetables and helps to fight cancer. Try to steam some cabbage and include it in your dog’s dinner–however, add just a little so you don’t cause flatulence or upset his stomach. Excess cabbage will cause gas.
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Frozen sardines These small fish contain lots of omega oils and are tasty. Since they’re tiny, you can feed them whole. Keep them in the freezer for a cool, crunchy little treat. Pumpkin Few things taste better than pumpkin. Add some pumpkin to your dog’s diet for extra vitamin E, vitamin C, omega fatty acids, riboflavin, fiber, as well as a healthy amount of vitamin A. But ensure you feed him roasted/steamed pumpkin as pumpkin pie contains plenty of harmful preservatives as well as refined sugar. Quinoa This old grain is ideal for pets that are sensitive to grains and is ideal for quelling an upset stomach, like brown rice. Apples Many dogs love delicious, crispy slices of apple. This is all good because apples have vitamin C, vitamin K, calcium, as well as pectin (solution fiber). But remove the seeds as well as core because they have harmful stuff called cyanogenic glycosides. Carrots Pack 1-2 young carrots for a nice dog treat while traveling. You can also cook the carrots, pound them and add to your dog’s supper for a healthy, delicious addition. You also can freeze some young carrots to have a delicious, cool treat that’ll clean your pooch’s teeth naturally. Options abound. Cheese Most dogs really love cheese, which makes it an ideal reward for training. But mind the calories and remember that softer, unripe cheeses are extremely likely to lead to stomach upsets. Dehydrated apricots Dehydrated apricots are a tasty, healthy treat perfect for treating your pet’s sweet tooth. Mind the size of portion though. Dehydrated apricots have all of the nutrients found in fresh ones, so just feed small amounts to avoid stomach upsets. Watermelon Watermelon contains lots of lycopene, which is an antioxidant that fights cancer and maintains healthy eyes as well. Sweet potato Sweet potatoes are nutritious and tasty. They contain vitamin C, B vitamins, potassium, magnesium, and niacin. You can serve dry sweet potato chews or steam and add them to your dog’s dinner.