Pet nutrition is at the heart of everything we do here at Pets Corner and that includes sourcing the tastiest chews to help keep your dog’s teeth healthy. We’ve searched far and wide to bring you an extensive variety with a difference. We have 100% natural chews, sustainably sourced chews, low calorie meat free options and of course a variety of shapes and sizes to please any dog.
What are the best dog chews for my dog?
If you’re looking for something longer lasting, Yak Milk dog chews are fantastic. These are 100% natural and made from skimmed yak and cow milk, with a dash of lime juice! These chews are smoke dried to achieve a unique flavour and provide a tasty source of calcium and protein. You don’t need to worry about splinters like you do with some bones and best of all, even the most persistent chewer isn’t going to finish it too quickly!
Fish is a fantastic food for dogs and the smell alone is enough to get most dog noses going! We have a selection of fish ChewOn bones and bars all made from 100% fish. JR are a great brand that supply 100% meat and fish treats including salmon which are all grain, wheat and gluten free.
When it comes to long lasting chews with a difference, Antos offer antlers and root chews to satisfy your dogs need to chew. They’re full of minerals and calcium and because they’re not processed, they’re not prone to splintering which is good news for your dog’s gums and your vacuum cleaner!
Is chewing natural for a dog?
Chewing is a natural instinct for dogs; puppies chew when they’re teething, and older dogs like to chew to keep their teeth clean and jaw strong. Chewing releases endorphins (feel good hormones!) in dog’s brains, so chewing is super important to keep dogs feeling happy and enriched. It’s important to ensure your puppy or dog always has access to something that’s safe for them to chew, to allow for this natural and beneficial behaviour. Dog’s shouldn’t be told off if they chew something they are not supposed to, remember they don’t understand they have done wrong. By providing your pooch with suitable chews to attract their chewing attention, you can keep your shoes safe!
If you’re finding their chewing destructive, try to identify why! Remember dogs can get bored and anxious very easily and chewing inappropriate objects can be a symptom of this. Engage your dog’s brain and focus on mentally enriching them, think training, scent trails and games! A dog’s nose is their strongest sense so by utilising this and getting your dog to problem solve (to find tasty treats) you can keep them happy and satisfied.
Are dog chews safe?
It’s extremely important to always keep an eye on your dog when they are chewing. By watching your dog, you can be aware of when is appropriate to take the chew away from them. If your pooch is pulling off large pieces of the chew, that’s the time to remove it from them to avoid them swallowing anything. Remember once a chew has been whittled down, it’s time for a replacement. If your dog has a tendency to bury their chews in the garden for later, it’s probably best if you dig it back up and pop it in the bin (just make sure they’re not looking), garden aged chews won’t do their digestive system any good!
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