Faq's

  • What are 100% natural, air-dried treats?

    100% natural air-dried dog treats are treats made from single-ingredient proteins, such as beef, chicken, or fish, that are air-dried at a low temperature without the use of artificial preservatives or additives.

  • How long do the treats last?

    The shelf life of 100% natural air-dried dog treats typically lasts for up to 1 year, depending on the specific product and storage conditions.

  • How should I store the treats?

    These treats should be stored in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. It's best to keep them in a sealed container or resealable bag to maintain freshness and prevent moisture from affecting the texture of the treats.

  • Are natural treats healthier for dogs?

    Yes, natural treats are much healthier for dogs, as they typically contain no artificial ingredients and more nutrients. They support your dog's overall health, including better digestion, skin health, joint health, and dental care.

  • How Do I Choose the Right Natural Treat for My Dog?

    Consider your dog’s size, age, and dietary needs. Choose a treat based on your dog's chewing habit and age. For small dogs, opt for small, easy-to-chew treats. Medium dogs need moderate-sized treats, while large dogs require larger, durable chews. Consider softer treats for puppies and senior dogs

  • Can natural treats help with training?

    Absolutely! Natural treats can be an excellent training tool. Choose small, bite-sized pieces that are easy to handle and quick to eat. High-value treats, like small bits of dried meat, can be particularly motivating during training sessions.

  • How Often Can I Give My Dog Natural Treats?

    Treats should make up no more than 10% of your dog's daily caloric intake. Overfeeding treats, even natural ones, can lead to obesity and nutritional imbalances. Use them sparingly, and ensure they complement a balanced diet.

  • Are there natural treats suitable for dogs with allergies?

    Yes, many natural treats cater to dogs with allergies. Look for hypoallergenic options made from single protein sources or novel proteins like duck, venison, fish, camel, and ostrich.

  • Can natural treats help with dental health?

    Yes, absolutely. Natural chews are a fantastic option, as the chewing action reduces tartar buildup, which promotes dental health. Chews, like bully sticks, camel braids, or cow's ears, are a great option to reduce tartar buildup and keep your dog's teeth and gums clean. Always supervise your dog when giving them hard chews to prevent choking or dental damage.