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Jones All Natural Gourmet Lamb Lung Puffs Low Fat Dog Training Treat Chews 16z
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…for Only Natural Pet Free-Range Trachea Dog Chews can explain why this item is best for your pets. * Healthy, all natural chew* Low in fat and 100% digestible* The cartilage that lines the outside of the trachea provides the added health benefits* Long-lasting means a happy dog* Made in the USA
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…They satisfy your dog's innate need to chew with highly digestible ingredients, and NO grains, soy or chicken by-products. These low-fat chews are a beneficial addition to your at-home dental regimen, too, as they help maintain healthy teeth and gums through your dog's chewing action. Sticks… Our low-fat dental chews provide complete nutrition. So you can continue to treat your dog to the taste they love and the dental benefits they deserve every day.
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Photo provided by FlickrIf you're referring to chew type treats, bully sticks are pretty low fat
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And just as we encourage kids to eat their veggies rather than another candy, we can also encourage a love for veggies in our pets. These low calorie, low fat, vitamin and mineral-packed “treats” are a great alternative to the packaged dog biscuits and kitty chews.Pumpkin Spice Turkey Sticks: Low fat dog chews suitable for dogs with sensitive stomachs. 100% free of any biproducts, artificial flavors or additives. Made in Canada at a federally inspected facility using human-grade proteins.Avoid chews that are high in fat, such as pig ears, and look for chews that last your dog a long time. Bully sticks (or the thinner steer sticks, for dogs who are less aggressive chewers) are mostly protein with little fat. Himalayan dog chews are made from yak and cow milk and have less then 1 percent fat. Deer antlers are another low-fat, long-lasting option. If you use rawhide, look for high-quality, thick, unbleached or lightly bleached (not white) rawhides without added flavorings or smoking, made from one solid piece, and preferably made in the U.S., such as those made by Wholesome Hide. (See “,” May 2009, for more information on how to choose healthy rawhide chews.)Two low-fat chews that last a long time are Himalayan dog chews, which are made from yak and cow milk and are less than one percent fat, and deer antlers, such as those marketed by Lucky Buck. Mindy Fenton, who owns K9 Raw Diet, carries these and other low-fat chews, and has helped many customers whose dogs are prone to pancreatitis to find chews that work for them.Feed smaller portions more often to help your dog not feel hungry. Replace some dry food with canned or fresh, high-protein food so he thinks he’s getting something special. Put all his meals in a Kong, Buster Cube, or other food-dispensing toy so he has to work for them, leaving him feeling more satisfied. Freeze his wet food, or dry food mixed with nonfat yogurt, in a Kong toy to make a meal last even longer. Give long-lasting chews and low-calorie treats such as carrot sticks to prevent your dog from feeling deprived.Two low-fat chews that last a long time are , which are made from yak and cow milk and are less than 1% fat, and deer antlers, such as those marketed by . Mindy Fenton, who owns , carries these and other low-fat chews, and has helped many customers whose dogs are prone to pancreatitis to find chews that work for them.