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Spring Themed Dog Treats Gift Box Spring Themed Dog Treats Gift Box
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Lacee Natural Dehydrated Sweet Potato Treats ( for dogs) 4oz  113g Lacee Natural Dehydrated Sweet Potato Treats ( for dogs) 4oz  113g
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"I Love My Dog" Treats Box "I Love My Dog" Treats Box
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40 Count Dog Macaron Gift Box 40 Count Dog Macaron Gift Box
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Dog Macarons (Box of 3) Dog Macarons (Box of 3)
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Nutri Dent Natural Dental Fresh Breath Flavored Chew Treats Medium/Wolf (40 Count) Nutri Dent Natural Dental Fresh Breath Flavored Chew Treats Medium/Wolf (40 Count)
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Delicious Dog Treats and Food Supplies

Treats play a crucial role in training and instilling good behavior in dogs. They are like rewards and are an essential part of the pet and parent relationship. Our treats are excellent options for adding additional nutrition to their diet regime. We at Pet Supplies Inc. have stocked up a wide variety of dog treats made with premium ingredients and without any additives. Please choose the options carefully after reading the package to know what exactly you are feeding your furry friend.

Our collection includes assorted doggie treats made from high-quality ingredients and will leave your furry friends smiling throughout the day. Another one is the Meatball Morsels; these are irresistible and will have them jumping with joy. All the treats available at Pet Supplies Inc. are known for their lip-smacking taste and incredible nutritional value. They are ideal for all breeds and can be served without any worry in the world. Shop now.

FAQs

What treats should dogs avoid?+
What is a healthy treat for your dog?+
How many treats is a dog allowed a day?+

There is no written rule regarding the frequency and the quantity that can be given to your pet. However, the recommended rule is to limit the treats to 10% of their daily calorie intake. More than that can lead to obesity, tummy issues, and other health problems.