- Dog Treats
Your dog will be bow wow wowed by the scrummy dog treats in this awesome OnBuy category! We’ve got all sorts of great treats, from nutritious mini snacks perfect for training all the way to massive ham bones - your pup won't be able to keep their paws off them!
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One shake of the wonderful dog treats in this category will soon set your pet’s tail wagging and mouth salivating! We’ve got lots of special treats that you can use as rewards or just as a delicious present. Grab yummy goodies from the likes of Pedigree, Natures Menu and other household names. Whatever you choose, your four-legged friend won’t be disappointed!
Mini Dog Treats
First up is the mini dog treats that our verified sellers have found for your four-legged friends. These delectable bite-size treats are made from all sorts of ingredients, the only thing that connects them is their small size and their irresistible taste. In our selection you’ll find traditional dog biscuits, small parcels filled with meaty goodness and pieces of tasty jerky that your doggo can gulp down in a single bite.
Because they’re easy to carry (almost all of these treats come in their own resealable bag) and quick to eat, they make excellent rewards to give your puppies and young dogs when you train them. Harness the power of Pavlovian conditioning and your animal companion will soon be at your beck and call - and they’ll love every minute of it!
A treat is a treat, and these treats are still sometimes food for your pooch, but many of the smaller dogs you’ll find in these pages are as healthy as a treat can be! Look out for dog treats that have been fortified with essential nutrients like vitamins and minerals like calcium. These treats help ensure that your dog’s bones are strong, their coat is sleek and shiny, and their noses remain wet!
Dog chews and bones
Mini dog treats are great for a quick snack, but if you want to give your dog an extra special reward, you can look to our selection of Dog chews! Dog chews are tough, scrummy treats that your dog will love to gnaw. They’re a great way of keeping your friend occupied for a few hours, and they’ll find it much tastier than your wooden furniture or any pair of slippers!
Many dog chews are made from hide, and are traditionally bone shaped, but you’ll also find dog chews in the shape of pigs ears, long sticks and even alligators! They might seem random, but the shapes that the manufacturers choose serves an important purpose, improving dental health! The action of your dog nibbling away at the chews rubs away plaque and tartar build up.
And if your dog has been very, very good, you can spoil them with a delicious bone! These dog treats are real animal joints smoked and sealed to preserve their freshness. There are lots of tasty animal bones to choose from in this category, including beef shank, pig trotters, rabbits feet and so much more!
Dogs are wonderful, but they do tend to be messy eaters, so it’s probably a good idea to buy a large and hardy bowl from our dog bowls category. They’ll want to wash down their food when they’re finished, so picking up one of the water fountains available on OnBuy is another good idea!
Dog treats FAQS
What are some natural treats I can give to my dog?
As well as store-bought dog treats, you can give your dog a variety of natural food, including carrots, green peas, green beans, watermelon, bananas, broccoli and sweet potatoes (as long as they're cooked properly). Apples are also a fantastic treat, as they come with numerous vitamins – including vitamin A and C. Fish, chicken and dairy products are also good. Peanut butter and plain popcorn are great choices, as well. Before feeding your dog 'human' food, always check to make sure it's non-toxic. Foods like onions, garlic and even avocado can be toxic to dogs.
What are some treats I should never give my dog?
It's very important to keep your dog safe at all times. You should never give your dog rawhide chews or cooked animal bones. Sugary or artificially sweetened treats are also a no-go. Also, keep in mind that there are many 'human' foods that are toxic to dogs. If you're unsure of what you can feed your dog, always consult your vet.
What are some good bones to give to my dog to chew?
Bully sticks are great for dogs of all ages, sizes and breeds. When it comes to bones, they are the safest out there and will keep your dog entertained for a very long time.
Can I give my dog popcorn as a treat?
Yes, as long as it's plain, air-popped popcorn and given in moderation. Buttered popcorn and any other popcorn with toppings are not safe for your dog.