Winter Chew Bar Treats
We know there are a ton of options out there when it comes to chew bars, each one serving its own unique purpose but we would like to simplify the process for everyone by sharing a few of our favorites.
Kelsey: Hey there interwebs, Kelsey here, one of Bentley’s Pet Experts along slide me today is Annabel.
Annabel: As the temps continue to drop, each day is one day closer to those winter dog blues. Today we want to let you in on a few chew bar tips to keep your pupper active in these cold months.
Kelsey: We know there are a ton of options out there when it comes to chew bars, each one serving its own unique purpose but we would like to simplify the process for everyone by sharing a few of our favorites.
Annabel: Some of our favorites are antlers; Himalayan chews; duck and chicken feet; and bully sticks.
Kelsey: Antler Chew bars are not only cool to look at but also a great treat to keep your furry friend entertained for hours. There are three different types of antlers: moose, elk, and deer.
Annabel: Elk antlers are the strongest and great for the tough chewers of our furry family. The deer and moose antlers are the most porous of the bunch Elk antlers are the strongest and great and are better for our lighter chewers.
Kelsey: For our puppies, senior dogs or just down right picky furry family members, try soaking the antlers in water or low sodium chicken broth. This softens them up and makes them more desirable for our furry friends.
Annabel: Himalayan chews are a tasty toy for your furry family member. They are made from either cow or yak milk and preserved with salt and lime. Don’t let their weak look fool ya they are mighty strong!
Kelsey: Duck and chicken feet may look frightening but they are quite good for your puppers. These are a great occasional treat due to their natural high levels of glucosamine and chondroitin. Also they help keep your furry family members teeth stay fresh and clean.
Annabel: One of our final favorite chews are Bully sticks. Made from part of a male bull that is free range. These chews are 100 percent digestible, though you do have to be careful when the chews become to small.
Kelsey: Now let’s help cure those doggone winter blues in our furry family members.
Annabel: For more info on Chew Bars be sure to ask one of Bentley’s pet experts, other options of chew bars for your pet’s breed, age and weight.
Kelsey: Thanks for tuning in with us today. Be sure to check out some of our other videos by clicking this link.
Annabel: And don’t forget at Bentley’s we care about your pets as much as you do.
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