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Long Lasting Dog Treats

Featuring a wide range of long lasting durable antlers and bully sticks from the WAG and Blackdog brands. Designed to keep your furry friend happily occupied, these premium treats are perfect for strong chewers and promote excellent dental health. Your dog will no longer feel bored as you'll be able to treat them with these great quality lasting treats. You can also combine these long lasting treats with tough and durable toys or take a look at our chew toy selection from brands such as KONG.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the best long lasting dog treats?

Many popular and widely recommended long-lasting treats and chews include; bully sticks, rawhide, nylabones, antlers, dental chews, hooves and bones. When offering a new treat is is important to supervise your dog, to prevent potential choking hazards or any signs of gastrointestinal distress. Ensure that the long lasting treat is appropriate for your dogs size. Rotating the type of chew every so often can help prevent your dog getting bored and also helps reduce the constant wear on the same teeth.

It is always important to consult with your veterinarian about the best types of chews for your dog, especially if they have existing dental or dietary concerns.

Can I give my dog a chew everyday?

You can give your dog a chew everyday, however there are some important factors to consider. If the chew has a significant calorie content, like some dental chews or treats, you'll want to adjust your dog's daily food intake accordingly to prevent weight gain. Some chews, like bully sticks, are fully digestible and can generally be offered more frequently. Others, like rawhide or bones, might pose a higher risk if given too often because of potential digestive tract obstructions.

Daily chewing on dental chews help prevent plaque build up, it is important to monitor your dogs chewing patterns especially if they are given antlers or bones as these pose a higher risk of damaging teeth. Puppies, senior dogs, and dogs with dental issues may have different chewing needs or limitations. For instance, puppies benefit from softer chews, while older dogs might require chews that aren't too hard to protect their potentially weaker teeth.