Top 10 Natural Dog Treats

Top 10 Dog Treats

If you’re looking for a healthy and delicious treat for your dog, look no further than natural dog treats! Most dogs love treats, and there’s nothing wrong with rewarding your furry friend for good behaviour. However, many store-bought dog treats are loaded with unhealthy ingredients like sugar, corn syrup, and artificial flavours. If you’re looking for a healthier option, natural dog treats are a great choice. And because they’re free of artificial preservatives, they’re easy on your dog’s stomach. Whether you’re training your puppy or just want to show your pooch some extra love, natural dog treats are a healthy way to show your affection.

What Are The Benefits of Natural Dog Treats?

While processed dog treats may be convenient, there are many benefits to feeding your dog natural treats. Natural dog treats are made with whole, unprocessed ingredients and contain no artificial colours, flavours, or preservatives. This means that they are not only healthier for your dog, but also that they are more likely to be hypoallergenic and easier to digest. In addition, natural dog treats often have a more robust flavour than their processed counterparts, making them more enjoyable for your pet. And because they are made with whole ingredients, natural dog treats are also less likely to cause weight gain.

Natural Treats has over 30,000 customers across Europe and we asked our customers what where their favourite natural dog treats and which dog treats their pet enjoyed the most. Here are the results.

10. Chicken Necks

Many pet owners are surprised to learn that chicken necks are an excellent source of nutrition for dogs. Not only do they contain all the essential amino acids that dogs need, but they are also rich in calcium and phosphorus. These nutrients are important for keeping bones and teeth healthy, and they also help to promote proper muscle development. In addition, chicken necks are a great source of cartilage, which is known for its joint-health benefits. As a result, feeding your dog chicken necks as a natural dog treats on a regular basis can help to improve their overall health.

Chicken necks are perfect for smaller dogs as they are not big is size and are easy to digest. They can be found in our Small Dog Snack Box or our Create Your Own Box.

Chicken necks for dogs

9. Flat Gullet Dog Treats

Flat beef gullets are a type of dog treat that is made from the stomach of a cow. These treats are high in protein and fat, making them an excellent choice for dogs that are active or working. Gullets also contain a wealth of other nutrients, including vitamin A, iron, and calcium. While gullets may not be the most appetizing treat for humans, dogs love them!

The chewy texture and strong flavour are irresistible to most pups, and they’ll happily chew on these treats for hours. If you’re looking for a healthy, nutritious dog treat, flat beef gullets are a great option.

Flat Gullets can be found in our Original Snack Box and our Create Your Own Box.

Flat beef gullets

8. Cow Ears

Cow ears for dogs are a natural dog treat that can be both delicious and nutritious. Made from 100% natural beef, they are rich in protein and low in fat. They are also a great source of omega-3 fatty acids, which are essential for a healthy coat and skin.

In addition to being a healthy dog treat, cow ears are also very durable, making them perfect long-lasting chew. And because they are natural, you can feel good about giving them to your dog without worry about artificial ingredients or preservatives. So if you’re looking for a tougher, natural treat for your dog, cow ears are a great option.

Cow ears can be found in our Create Your Own Box.

beef ear dog treats

7. Yak Sticks

Yak Sticks, or Himalyana Milk Bars, are a natural dog treat made from yak and cow milk. They are a great source of protein and essential nutrients for dogs. Yak Sticks are a healthy alternative to traditional dog biscuits and can help keep your dog’s coat and skin healthy. Yak Sticks are also a natural source of antioxidants, which can help to protect your dog’s immune system.

These natural dog treats are extremely tough and last a very long time which makes them perfect for dogs who love to chew.

The Yak Sticks can be added as an extra addon to any of our Dog Snack Boxes and come in 4 different sizes.

Yak sticks for dogs

6. Rabbit Ear Dog Treats

Rabbit ears are a natural treat for dogs that are both healthy and delicious. Unlike processed dog treats, rabbit ears are made from 100% natural ingredients and contain no artificial flavors or preservatives. What’s more, rabbit ears are a great source of essential vitamins and minerals, including protein, iron, and vitamin B12. Best of all, they’re low in fat and calories, making them an ideal treat for dogs who are watching their weight.

Rabbit ears are available plain or with hair. While rabbit ears with hair may look strange, they are an excellent natural dewormer for your dog. The hair can not be digested and helps clean your dogs digestive system like a soft brush.

Rabbit ears are so popular that we have included them in all of our Dog Snack Boxes.

Plain Rabbit Ears for dogs

5. Puffed Pig Snout

We understand, the puffed pig snout does look a little weird, but dogs go crazy for this dog treat. There’s no need to feel guilty the next time your dog begs for a treat – puffed pig snouts are a natural and healthy way to show your furry friend some love.

These crunchy snacks are made from 100% pure pork, and they’re packed with protein and flavor that dogs can’t resist. Best of all, they’re low in fat and calories, so you can feel good about giving your dog a delicious treat.

Whether you’re looking for a training reward or just a way to show your pup some love, puffed pig snouts are the perfect choice. They can be found in our Original Box Snack Box, our Tough Snack Box and our Create Your Own Box.

Pig Snouts for dogs

4. Chicken Feet Dog Treats

Chicken feet are a natural dog treat that are high in protein and low in fat. They are also a good source of glucosamine, which is important for joint health. Chicken feet are easily digestible and are unlikely to cause allergies or stomach upset.

Our chicken feet are available natural or puffed. Puffed feet have a lighter and crunchier texture making them perfect for smaller or older dogs.

A lot of people confuse dehydrated chicken feet as being dangerous for dogs. Only cooked chicken feet and chicken bones are dangerous. This is because cooking the chicken makes the bones brittle and likely to splinter into sharp pieces. Our chicken feet have been dehydrated which makes the bones crumble. They have passed all EU health checks and are very safe and healthy to give to all dogs.

When choosing chicken feet, always go for dehydrated or raw chicken feet and never give a dog cooked bones.

Chicken feet are available in our Original Dog Snack Box, our Small Dog Snack Box and our Create Your Own Box.

Chicken feet dog treats

3. Beef Skin

Beef skin is a natural dog treat that is high in protein and low in fat. It is also a great source of essential vitamins and minerals, including zinc, iron, and vitamin B12. Chewing on beef skin can help to keep your dog’s teeth clean and healthy, and it can also help to reduce plaque and tartar build-up. Beef skin is also a natural source of glucosamine, which is known to support joint health.

This tough dog treat is very popular with large dogs and dogs that love to chew. This long lasting dog treat can be found in our Tough Snack Box and our Create Your Own Box.

Beef skin dog treats

2. Pig Ears

Pig ears are a natural dog treat that many pet owners swear by. Unlike other treats that are processed and full of unhealthy ingredients, pig ears are natural and packed with nutrients that are essential for your dog’s health.

Pig ears are a tough dog treat that can be given to most dogs and their long-lasting texture makes them perfect for dogs to chew. Best of all, pig ears are highly addictive and very safe for dogs – just ask any dog owner who has ever tried to give their dog one! If you’re looking for a healthy, natural treat for your dog, look no further than pig ears. Your furry friend is sure to love them!

These dog treats can be found in our Original Dog Snack Box, our Tough Snack Box and our Create Your Own Box.

Pig ears for dogs

1. Beef Trachea

Beef trachea is voted as the most popular dog treat and it’s easy to see why. The trachea, or windpipe, is a natural source of collagen, which is great for your dog’s coat and joint health. In addition, the trachea is a natural source of glucosamine and chondroitin, which can help to support your dog’s joint health. As an added bonus, the natural cartilage in the trachea can help to clean your dog’s teeth as they chew. Beef trachea are a natural, healthy treat that your dog is sure to love.

Beef Trachea can be given to nearly any dog and comes in two different sizes making them easy for your dog to chew and enjoy. This dog treat can be found in our Original Dog Snack Box, our Tough Snack Box and our Create Your Own Box.

Beef Trachea for dogs

The best natural dog treats are made with high-quality ingredients and are minimally processed. They can help keep your dog healthy and fit, as well as improve their cognitive function. If you’re looking for the best of the best when it comes to natural dog treats, check out our top picks above or visit our shop and reward your dog with one of our best-selling snack boxes.

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