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Organic Tibetan Dog Treats 2022 | Healthy All-Natural Treats For Mastiffs

Healthy All-Natural Treats For Mastiffs
Many have asked about organic dog treats and how to avoid the bad non-organic ones. Instead of making mistakes, read this FAQ session to keep your dog healthy:

What Are The Healthiest Organic Dog Treats 2022?

Nowadays, you can find plenty of options when looking for certified organic treats. They contain no artificial preservatives or flavourings, no animal by-products, and no GMOs.
There are some treats you can find on Amazon that don’t even have wheat, corn, soy, and dairy.
Doggy Delirious offers grain-free organic-certified dog treats made with all organic ingredients: pea flour, canola oil, cane molasses, peanut butter and pumpkin puree. The only iffy thing I find about this one is the canola oil, which is used as an insect killer. Dump canola, ok?
You may have heard that peanut butter is a dangerous treat for your dog. Actually, the dangerous ingredient is Xylitol, a sugar-replacement sweetener found in many products, including some brands of peanut butter.
Xylitol is highly toxic for dogs, even in small doses.
As little as 1.37 grams of xylitol could cause hypoglycemia on a 30-pound dog, causing disorientation, staggering, collapse and seizures. Bigger doses could cause a deadly destruction of the dog’s liver cells.
If you prefer to avoid feeding your dog any peanut butter, Doggy Delirious offers many other treats that are not certified organic, but are Non-GMO Project Verified and made with no preservatives or artificial ingredients, no corn and no soy.
Ryley’s Organic is another treat brand with many certified organic products, including turkey, chicken and beef jerky rolls. They have no GMOs, wheat, corn or soy, and they’re soft, chewy and tasteful.

Dog biscuits: Are they dangerous treats?

In small quantities, biscuits are unlikely to do too much harm to your dog, unless your dog has a wheat allergy or has a special sensitivity to grains, or the biscuit contains sugars or additives.
You can find a lot of recipes for grain-free dog treats that your dog will love, such as pumpkin coconut biscuits. Just be cautious to pick only organic ingredients if you’re planning to make them. And minimize the use of sugars and carbs. 
Although biscuits are riskless in general, the ones you can get from a store shelf have minimal nutritional value and are usually processed. They can be used as occasional snacks, but there are better options.

How to make organic dog treats?

You can find lots of recipes online for healthy organic dog treats that won’t even take you long to prepare or cost you loads of money. Be smart to buy organic ingredients without spending much and use your imagination to combine diverse meats, fruits and vegetables to make something your pooch will love and will help to keep it healthy.
Beef and vegetable balls, fruit and vegetable strips, healthy cookies, and chicken jerky are just a few recipe ideas to make your dog busy chewing something really good for it.
Now that we’ve seen a little bit of how to make organic dog treats, let’s take a look at a few ones that’s better to avoid. Yikes!

What dog treats are killing dogs?

To begin with, don’t assume that anything that is on the pet shop shelves is 100% safe for your pup.
Even if the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) disapproves of a product, it takes time for it to be recalled. So don’t be too trustful to what is for sale, because it could be harmful to your pet.
The problem is the dangerous treats look very much like the healthy ones – or sometimes even better. Read the ingredient list – it’s going to help you know if it’s what you need to buy for your pet.

Which dog treats are dangerous?

Let’s start with rawhide. This treat is sold in almost every pet shop, supermarket, and convenience store simply because pet parents keep buying it. Your dog also loves it, but some consider it the worst dog chew ever.
If it is not the right size or if it is softer or harder than what your pet’s teeth can handle, it could lead to serious problems, like choking or requiring surgery.
Even if you pick the right kind of rawhide to keep your dog from swallowing big chunks of it, you should take a close look at how it is made, to avoid health problems in the long run.
Dogs that eat regular rawhide – not organic and not all-natural – could develop health complications due to the processes that undergo rawhide bones. They could include a lot of potentially toxic substances, such as glue, that can be disastrous for your pet’s health.
Fortunately, there’s also organic rawhide, like the one from K9RawFeeding.
When you compare this kind of treat with regular rawhide, the first thing you’ll notice is a big difference in color. Regular rawhide is clean-white, like a clean bone, but that is no good. It means it may have been whitened with bleach or some other dangerous substance.
An organic rawhide looks darker, like an amber color, and with a random shape – nothing like a bone. Since it is made only from the skin or the inner soft hide of an animal, with no artificial ingredients, organic rawhide is totally digestible.
Still, you should keep an eye on your doggie while it chews it – same as you would with any other treat.
Also, since organic rawhide has no preservatives, you should keep it always refrigerated.
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Be Careful With Jerky Treats, Also The Ones Made In The USA

Thousands of dogs got sick, and lots of them died because of unhealthy jerky treats imported from China, since the FDA began investigating this kind of treat in 2007.
Jerky treats were reported to cause Fanconi Syndrome (FLS), a rare kidney disease. Even Petsmart and Petco – both companies that seem to care more for the bucks than your pets’ health – stopped supplying this treat because of the health problems they cause.
But they are still sold online and in many pet stores, with a label that claims “made in the USA” but gives no guarantee that the product is safe.
Most of the ingredients contain different toxins that will surely harm your dog.
However, there are also good jerky treats.
If you find a package with a valid organic seal printed on it, you can feel rather safe that they contain none of the toxins present on regular jerky treats.
Full Moon organic beef jerky treats, for example, are made with organic, human grade beef.
Other ingredients include cane sugar, brown rice, salt, vinegar, and a few other organic ingredients. The only really questionable thing I find is the cane sugar. Why would you serve cane sugar to a dog?

Milkbones may not seem so yummy after this

Rodney Habib, founder of Planet Paws, published a video mentioning the 5 most dangerous pet treats. And guess which one appears in the first place?
Milkbones (non-organic ones). 
These seemingly harmless treats contain BHA (butylated hydroxyanisole).
It is a toxic preservative that is responsible for causing tumors in laboratory animals.
That is not all. Regular milkbones also contain corn, wheat, soy, and lots of sugar. 
Some of that might be ok for humans (?) but it’s not easy for your dog to process these ingredients. It can lead to severe diarrhea and disease.
But, just like it happens with rawhide and jerky, there are organic versions of milkbones, such as the ones offered by Canadian manufacturer Love of dogs.
These treats are (certified?) organic allergen-free hemp milk bones, made with organic hemp milk, organic oats and organic vegetables.
Since it is a Canadian company, there’s no USDA-organic seal on the package, but you can easily contact the manufacturers to ask them how they certify their products.

What about real bones for dogs?

Organic Treats For Mastiffs
You pup’s mouth waters when you say the word “bone,” right? Well, try changing that behavior, because bones can cause serious damage to your dog’s digestive system.
Bones could come from organic sources.
They could be a source of minerals and other nutrients, and the chewing can help clean its teeth and even prevent gum diseases.
That’s great!
But then there’s the risk of serious injuries caused by bone debris.
Still, if your barking bud gets crazy about bones, and you have a reliable source of organic ones, there are some rules you can follow to feed them as a treat, without putting your friend’s health at risk.
Here is some bullet points to remember:

Keep an eye on your dog while chewing a bone.
– Give it only raw meat bones. Cooked bones can become fragile and prone to brittling.
– Put the bone in the refrigerator after 15 minutes of chewing, and get rid of it after two or three days.
– Don’t give small bones to large dogs, and avoid chicken bones in all cases. They’re fragile and reveal sharp edges when broken.

Now that you know some of the basics of organic dog treats, wil you get one for your best bud?