About Thrive Dog Treats

Thrive dog treats FAQs

What low-calorie dog treats should I give my dog?

Thrive dog treats are specifically formulated with your dog's health in mind. With no added fillers, you'll be feeding your dog 100% healthy animal protein when you choose this brand. They even provide recommended serving sizes for your four-legged friend to help you keep on track of your dog's weight. Alternatively, you can give your dog carrots, cucumber or zucchini slices, apples (without the seeds), baked potatoes, bananas, tomatoes or broccoli. 

What dog bones should I avoid?

Brittle bones that are prone to splintering or small bones that can get stuck in the throat, such as rib bones, should always be avoided. Raw, large bones, like beef shank bones, are typically safer than cooked ones, as they don't splinter as easily. 

Can I feed my dog Cheerios as a treat?

Cheerios are low in sugar, tasty and crunchy, and they're safe for dogs. However, they don't contain any essential components of a healthy dog's diet, so opting for bite-sized treats, such as Thrive, would make a healthier alternative.

Should I give my dog pig's ears as a treat?

Pig's ears are fine for dogs, making a safer alternative to rawhide. In fact, they're full of protein - one of the key elements of a dog's diet. As with all treats, you should feed your dog responsibly to prevent weight gain and obesity.

Can I feed my dog pizza as a treat?

No. Pizza typically contains garlic or onion - even in the crust - and they come with sauce and toppings which may be toxic to your dog. Not to mention, it's unhealthy. Your best bet would be to choose some nutritious (and delicious!) treats from reliable brands, such as Thrive. Specifically formulated to be kind to your dog's stomach, Thrive is the perfect choice to keep your dog healthy, happy, and satisfied.

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