Blog Entries ( dog treats )

10 Ways to Make Sure You Spoil Your Dog

December 26th, 2013
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Most dogs are spoiled to some extent. At least I hope so. I spoil my dog Tasha for all the mistreated dogs I cannot rescue. I spoil her because she is devoted to me and loves me unconditionally and uncontrollably. Here are some of the ways I make sure she gets the best life possible. If you aren’t treating your dog with the same devotion already, ...

Are your dog’s treats made in the USA?

July 25th, 2013
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There are sometimes multiple recalls for dog treats made with chicken. In most cases, these treats include chicken raised in China. Many companies use this source of chicken for their treats, so it’s not surprising that the recalls often target several brands. Once the news and social media buzz diminish, many consumers go back to buying low-quality chicken treats for their beloved pets. Many deaths ...

How to Give Your Dog Treats Without Adding Extra Pounds

April 14th, 2012

People love to spoil their dogs, and they often do by giving them treats. However, too many treats, or the wrong type of treats, can add extra pounds on your dog. An overweight dog can lead to many health problems and even shorten his life. The best way to make sure your dog stays healthy is to keep him at the proper ...

Ma Snax: Creative and Healthy Treats for Your Dog

March 18th, 2012
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Ma Snax Superior Dog Treats offers unique, natural, and very tasty dog treats for any occasion, or just because you love your dog. Established in 2005 in Sonoma, California, Ma Snax is owned and run by Mary Ellen Oertel and Ray Masnack, both professional chefs. They were inspired when their dog Penny came into their lives, and set out to create some ...

Treat Your Dog This Valentine’s Day

February 14th, 2012
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What are you going to give your furry four-legged Valentine? Lots of puppy love, of course, but your pup is going to be begging for some treats all day long. There's no harm in giving a few extra treats on this special holiday, but remember: There are some "treats" that should never be given to your dog, like chocolate. While the "Good Treats" ...