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Don’t go barking up the wrong treat!

In this article, we explain how dog treats go beyond just having happy dogs. There are many different types of dog treats available, but in this article, you will learn that not all treats are created equally. It’s important to choose treats for our pets that are made with quality natural ingredients that delight them, as well as providing a healthy snack between meals.

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Rewarding your pet with our dog treats gives them more than just high-quality natural ingredients. When you choose Frontier Pets, you’re also caring for the planet that you and your pets call home. With your trust in us, we’ve channelled over $7 million into sustainable farming, sparking real change for our environment and the welfare of all animal-kind.

Our mission is to end factory farming by using only 100% free-range (for whole-of-life) meat, free-range eggs, and organic fruits and veggies in our recipes – all sourced from ethical farmers who care about the environment as much as we do. Our range of delicious natural treats is a healthy choice for your dog, to help ensure you’re providing a well-rounded and nutritious diet for your beloved pets. 

Join us at Frontier Pets as we pave the way for a sustainable future with eco-friendly pet foods online. Your pets can become eco-warriors, joining us on our mission to end factory farming, one bowl at a time.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What are the different types of dog treats?

As loving pet owners, we want what’s best for our dogs. This certainly holds true for the types of treats we choose for them. When choosing treats, it’s important to consider the best type for our pets and what they are going to be used for.  

There are many different treats available, and they can generally be categorised into two main types: Training and Reward.

Treats for Training 

  • These are smaller treats, or those that can be broken up into smaller pieces. In a training session, the pet is often given a lot of treats, so it’s important not to overfeed them. They could also be considered treats for a puppy since they could be fed to dogs who are still in their early gnawing phase or going through more intense training.

Treats for Rewards

  • Sometimes we just want to show our pets how much we love them by giving them a reward. These treats can be soft or hard, but they do need to be selected with the same care as choosing their food. Remember that treats are also food and need to be counted as calories. The rule of thumb for treats is to keep them to a minimum and use them sparingly as rewards. 

Here at Frontier Pets, our wide variety of treats can be used for training and/or rewarding. By choosing Frontier Pets treats for dogs, you can be confident that your pets are getting a healthy treat that you can feel good about feeding them.

How often should I feed treats?

All the treats dog owners give are a testament to the love we have for our pets. But we need to remember that treats are food, and their calorie content makes up part of a dog’s daily diet. Often, pet owners don’t realise that dog treats can contribute to overweight pets. You should moderate their daily limit so that treats only make up 10% of your dog’s daily calorie intake. 

A dog treat or two can help with a well-balanced diet, but it’s still important to take into account your dog’s age, level of activity, and overall size (small breed, medium breed, and large breed considerations). 

To work out how to incorporate dog treats without interfering with their diet, consider how much your pet is eating per day. If you prefer to feed a lot of treats, reduce the portion size of your dog’s food to compensate. Remember, though, that treats are not a complete diet, so try not to feed more than 10% of your dog’s diet in treats.  

For personal advice or any special concerns like sensitive stomachs or hypoallergenic needs, it’s always best to consult with a veterinarian about Australian pet food intake and general food for pets. That includes treats, toppers, boosters, and their full diet.

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Which ingredients should I avoid in dog treats?

When it comes to finding the right dog treat for your pet, you
typically want to avoid any artificial preservatives or synthetic ingredients and go for something natural. To give you a better idea, it generally helps to steer clear of ingredients like

  • Unnecessary food fillers and additives. While filling, these may not provide enough nutritional value and may cause tooth decay
  • Artificial flavouring and colouring. These are some typical culprits for allergies. Check the treats’ packaging for any of these ingredients
  • MSG. This ingredient is generally considered toxic to dogs
  • Excessive sugar. Overconsumption could potentially cause dental issues and diabetic health concerns. This is a hidden and avoidable ingredient and is found in a lot of treats.

We at Frontier Pets understand the challenge of avoiding all these ingredients, and that’s why we pride ourselves on making natural dog treats readily available. 

Here, you can have peace of mind knowing that our dog treats and dog food choices only use raw, human-grade produce. We’re all about providing you with preservative-free, filler-free, antibiotic-free, GMO-free, and grain-free dog food to help keep your pet happy and healthy.

Treats and meals that truly satisfy

In the journey of pet parenthood, we’re not just feeding our beloved companion animals. Here, we’re nourishing them while also forging bonds and making memories. 

With our treats, you are making a conscious choice to feed your pets a natural, healthy treat that doesn’t cost the earth.

If you have questions or need assistance, our friendly, Australian-based staff are ready to help. We ship directly to you within twenty-four hours, anywhere in Australia.

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