Dried Cheese Bars that are 100% natural, long-lasting, protein-rich and easily digestible. These vegetarian treats are free from grains, gluten, preservatives or colors.
- Dogsee Chew Small Bars are Himalayan Cheese based vegetarian dog treats handcrafted in the Himalayas.
- Cheese, when smoked and sun-dried to perfection for 35 days becomes extremely hard which is why the dogs can chew on it for a long time.
- When chewed over a period of time, the bar becomes softer, allowing the teeth to penetrate the bar. This provides a gentle cleansing action to aid control of plaque & tartar.
- The smoke drying process also helps in generating an irresistible cheesy flavor which helps in freshening the dog's breath.
- Good for dental health.
- Free from grains, gluten, preservatives or colors.
- Cheese contains protein, calcium, vitamin A, essential fatty acids, and B-complex vitamins. Most dogs love cheese, and trainers often use it for treat-motivated dogs. In this case, it provides a perfect dental treat.
Just like human babies, puppies are born with no teeth! Their first set of milk teeth grown between 3-4 weeks of age. These fall out when your pup is around 4-5 months to make room for adult teeth. Although this process can vary from breed to breed, the
teething process may cause discomfort to your pup during this time.
Chewing is the most obvious sign that your pup is teething. Bored, teething puppies will turn to shoes and table or chair legs because they're low to the ground.
To help them not alleviate the discomfort they experience in their jaw, but to also avoid them from chewing on your favorite shoe (or even worse electrical cords or cables), its best to provide specifically designed chew toys or chew treats such as chew bars.
The amount of treats appropriate for your dog depends on the type of treat and your dog’s age, health status, activity level, and size. A general guideline is that treats should make up less than 10 percent of your dog's daily food intake.
Whilst 2-4 treats is a general guide, be mindful of the size and calorie makeup of that particular treat to determine the optimal quantity for your pet.
Yes, this product is suitable for puppies. However, as a general guide, we recommend giving treats to your puppy once it is 8 weeks or older.
Simply take out of the packet and give it directly to your dog. As with all treats and food, feeding your dog under supervision is recommended.