Sweet Potato Chews: Easy, Natural, Cheap, Homemade, DIY Dog Treat Recipe
Finding natural and wholesome dog chews that are as safe as possible is difficult.
Many chews at the store contain ingredients we've never heard of or have parts that break off and can injure our pets, which is worrying.
We made these delicious, healthy, and natural dog chews that our pooches love! The extra chewing makes them effective at keeping their teeth clean. They are also safe for younger dogs and work great at keeping them occupied.
They are super simple and only require one ingredient, sweet potatoes!
Sweet potatoes are a healthy treat for your dog. They are bursting with nutrients and vitamins. There are many benefits to adding them to your dogs' diet, including:
High in fiber keeping your dogs' digestive system moving
Contain antioxidants that may have cancer-fighting properties
Source of carbohydrates for energy
Improve vision and brain function
Let us know if you give these a try, and send a picture of your beautiful doggies!
This recipe is designed as a treat for your dog and should not be fed in place of their regular food. Treats should only make up a maximum of 10% of your dogs' daily food intake.
The treat quantity and size can be altered to suit your dog.
All treats can pose a choking risk. always watch your dog when they are eating.
Please contact your veterinarian with any questions and before introducing new foods to your dogs' diet.
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Disclaimer: Always check with your veterinarian or nutritionist before feeding your dog new foods.
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Disclaimer: Each dog is different, and every circumstance is different. All efforts have been made to provide accurate information. However, it is not provided by a qualified Veterinarian, Veterinarian Surgeon, or Behaviorist. The information provided is purely educational. The information should not be used as an alternative or substitute for medical care. If you have any health or medical concerns, contact a qualified Veterinary Surgeon or Veterinarian immediately.