Are trachea dog chews safe? How long do trachea chews last? Do they smell? What size is best? We answer all of your questions about trachea chews for dogs!
Bones & Sticks For Dogs
Does your dog like to chew on bones or sticks? (My dogs do.) See our top picks for long-lasting dog bones and safe alternatives for rawhide bones. Plus little-known facts about dogs chewing on sticks. And what to do if your dog swallows part of a bone... or a stick! Just a few things I wish I knew before getting a dog.
Pressed rawhide was the very first type of dog chew that I tried with my dogs (decades ago) — after hearing all the bad things about rawhide bones and rawhide dog chews. Following are the most important things you need to know about pressed rawhide vs. regular rawhide bones for dogs. Plus all of the pressed rawhide bones safety information you’re probably wondering about!
Are cow hooves safe for dogs? How long does a hoof last? Are cow hooves good for power chewers? Everything you want to know about cow hooves for dogs – including some pros and cons you should know about!
Wondering which human foods are good for dogs? These are my top 25. (See WHY each one made the list!) It’s a list of 25 healthy human foods that make good dog treats and dog chews. These are good for everyday snacks OR to stuff inside dog Kongs and other treat toys for your dog!
While many dogs seem to enjoy gnawing on goat horns for hours, my dogs tend to get bored with them after a few minutes of chewing. Perhaps they aren’t “smelly” enough! Regardless, my dogs are still intrigued enough to gnaw on a goat horn that’s been re-introduced to them after I removed it for a few weeks.
Deer And Elk Antlers For Dogs 101 – Antlers are naturally shed from both elk and deer — and they make fabulous dog chews! Wondering which are the best antlers for dogs? Here’s how to choose the right antler dog chews for your dog, the pros and cons of antlers for dogs, how to soften them, and the best place to buy them!
The Best Raw Bones For Dogs – A list of safe dog bones for chewing that are the least likely to splinter. See the specific bones to ask your butcher for, what to look for in grocery stores, and where to find raw bones for dogs online. (I usually buy several pounds at a time, and I freeze them.)
Wondering what the best long lasting dog chews are? Me too! So I did a big ‘ol experiment with my dogs to find the differences between all of the most popular dog chews. Antler dog chews rank way up there. So do real bones from the butcher… and cow hooves! See the entire list of 12 best dog chews that last the longest.
Wondering what to do if your dog eats chicken bones?! First, don’t panic, most likely your dog will be ok. My dog ate chicken bones and he passed them just fine — but it depends on whether your dog gulps down the bones (bad), bites them into smaller pieces (bad), or grinds them down thoroughly before swallowing them (good). Here’s what to do if your dog ate chicken bones… OR turkey bones.
See the true cost of owning a dog — in hard dollars — plus how to save money on pet costs. These are tips that you can use when you get a new puppy all the way through your dog’s adult life. If you’re getting a new dog soon, start here to save big bucks!