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Are Rawhides A Safe Treat To Give Your Dog?

Rawhide bones and chews are believed to be safer for your dog than chicken bones, yet rawhides can be potentially hazardous as well. Rawhide treats are potentially dangerous because they can break apart and become lodged in your dog's throat. In some instances, your dog can accidentally swallow them and become ill. Instead, consider feeding your dog a treat that is natural and promotes good oral health.

Feed your dog dental chews and treats instead of rawhide
  • All natural chews and treats are a great alternative to traditional bones and rawhide.
  • Natural chews and treats also help fight against plaque and tartar.
Max's Tip

Always keep an eye on your dog when he or she is eating or chewing a treat.