We love to spoil our pets, and one of the easiest ways to do that is by offering them something special to eat or chew on, in addition to their daily kibble.
Here are some yummy vegetarian dog treats you can offer to your little pooch.
1. Peanut Butter
Raw, unsalted peanut butter with no added sugar can make a really healthy dog training treat. Peanut butter, being rich in fiber, protein, and healthy fats, is a good source of folic acid, which will help your dog with cell growth. Its smooth and buttery texture will make your pup lick his paws in excitement.
2. Apple Slices
Apples are tasty, healthy, and provide a nutritional punch for our canine companions. It also helps to freshen their breath by removing residue from their teeth. These vegan dog treats are very convenient to carry and help to boost immunity. Even though an apple a day could keep the doctor away, it can be dangerous for dogs suffering from diabetes as they contain sugar.
Dates ich source of fibre and help maintain blood sugar levels by slowing glucose absorption. Its moderate consumption helps to prevent diabetes. Your doggy will probably find this sticky, sweet treat irresistible, but it’s im-paw-tent that it doesn’t consume too many of them. Giving dates as a treat will help your paw partner join the "Iron Man" squad.
Beets are a healthy source of vitamin C, fiber, folate, manganese, and potassium and are good for your dog’s digestion and immune system as well as healthy skin and coat. They also serve the purpose of a natural lipstick in case your paw needs to party!
Dogsee Chew has beet dog treats that are easy-to-feed vegan dog treats filled with iron, which helps in the formation of haemoglobin and red blood cells.
Bananas help supercharge your dog and fight against germs. Dogsee Chew’s Freeze-dried banana treats are a great option to use when it's hot outside and your dog needs a delicious cool down. Let your pet jam to Havana o nana with Some Really scrumptious Dogsee Crunch Ba-na-na.
Cheese makes a fantastic treat and can also be fed in moderate quantities to the lactose intolerant. It is a handy training tool which can also be used to mask the medicine your dog is struggling to consume. Cheese contains protein, calcium, vitamin A, essential fatty acids, and B-complex vitamins!
7. Baby Carrot
Baby carrots are a low-calorie treat that’s great for your dog’s teeth. Carrots may be eaten raw or cooked. Finely chopped carrots would serve best as a sweet crunchy treat for both you and your paw partner after a long walk in the park!
Dogsee Coconut Crunch has the power to increase your pooch’s energy levels and helps maintain a healthy gut. Coconut can also relieve allergies, help with bad breath, and make the fur smooth and shiny!