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Q: Best Treats

January 4, 2009 | By Michele N. | 14 answers | Expired: 2070 days ago

Best Treats

What are the best treats for my pug that I can find in the stores? I want something natural and healthy for her since I try to keep her weight manageable.

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Jenn U.
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Jan 17, 2009

My Boxer loves Zukes treats. They come in a number of flavors and two sizes. They are soft, and come in two sizes. You can get these at most pet stores, not grocery stores.

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Dn87503
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Jan 17, 2009

Don't know if HALO freeze-dried chicken is availble is stores but it can be purchased online. My friends and I just watched an hour show about Halo products w/ Ellen DeGeneres and QVC. I'm a Halo/Spot's Stew Kitty Food fan. Halo makes holistic/all natural pet food and pet treats. I think you'd be impressed w/ its products.
Go online and read about this company. Your pug deserves the best, right?!
Good luck.

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Sabrina H.
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Jan 13, 2009

I chop up a Natural Balance food roll as use that as treats for the dogs at my shelter. Some of the dogs are picky about treats, but they all love the food roll.

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gailsplace@verizon.net G.
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Jan 13, 2009

I like the Innova treats and they break up easily to make a nice sized treat for my little ones.

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Courtney H.
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Jan 13, 2009

Natural Choice Crunchy Blueberry Treats are the best.
They are small and great for little breeds. My frenchies will do anything for one.

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Missy's Mama  .
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Jan 11, 2009

We recently discovered Mother Nature natural dog treats. The ones we got are made from apples, chicken, turkey and cheese. Otherwise, vegetables and fruits are yummy and good for dogs. Missy loves carrots, sweet potatoes, beans, apples, celery and sometimes oranges.

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Victoria T.
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Jan 10, 2009

Blue Buffalo All Natural Health bars are a great healthy dog treat. There are 4 flavours: apples and yogurt, chicken liver, peanut, and bacon, egg and cheese. They are made with human grade fruits and veggies, omega 3 fatty acids and other antioxidants. My favorite thing about them is that they contain no wheat, corn or soy which some dogs are allergic to.

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Jenifer T.
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Jan 09, 2009

Charlie Bears are low-calorie natural treats that are great for training. I also use veggies. My dogs love green beans, carrots and apples. In small amounts though--uncooked, they can be hard to digest, although they've never been a problem for my dogs.

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Trish D.
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Jan 08, 2009

Baby carrots are a big hit here. My dogs will eat tomatoes right off the vine so I have to keep a fence around my garden. Same with green beans. My Max gets a can of green beans with his evening meal also. Once your dogs get used to veggies, they will love them as treats.

When I pull broccoli out of the freezer, I throw the dogs some pieces. They will also eat apples that fall off the tree. Moze steals potatoes and chews them.

I also feed my pleco zucchini and other veggies.

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Ann T.
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Jan 04, 2009

My dog loves Mother Hubbard treats - they are all natural, no artificial ingredients or fillers, come in lots of great flavors. My dog's fave is the liver. Castor & Pollux also makes some great all-natural healthy treats - chicken and peanut butter flavor. Both brands are availble at Petco. I think Petsmart carries the Mother Hubbard.

Baby carrots are also a great treat, healthy and not fattening.

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