Follow Us

Cheap Dog Treats

Are cheap dog treats healthy dog treats?

Yes and no.

Yes - especially if you are making your own with healthy ingredients!

No - if you buy certain bulk brands loaded with unhealthy stuff!

There is a huge selection of dog treats available.

First of all, check the packaging to see where the treats are manufactured. Safe dog treats will have "made in the USA" written clearly on the package - these are manufactured in facilities that are inspected and have strict product guidelines.

There have been warnings about dog treats made in China which may contain contaminants that are toxic to pets. One in particular that has been implicated is chicken jerky dog treats.

If you choose to buy treats from a pet store or supermarket, check the ingredients to make sure there is actually nutritional value for your dog in them. Some pet treats are just made with filler materials such as corn and pressed together into a pretty shape.

You can buy bulk dog treats made in the USA with all natural ingredients. Surfing the internet will turn up companies that make these and sell them.

If you want to sell discounted treats, either in your own store or from an online business, wholesale accounts will get you the best prices.

Be selective with gourmet dog treats to make sure that you aren't buying an item that is loaded with fat and sugar (which is why it looks so beautiful and tasty!) Extra calories are not necessary.

Read more about dangerous dog treats. When you make your own homemade dog treats, you will always know exactly what ingredients are being used! Be careful when buying pet treats made in other countries that do not have the stringent regulations found in the USA.

More Easy Dog Treat Recipes

Return Home from Cheap Dog Treats

Share this page:
Enjoy this page? Please pay it forward. Here's how...

Would you prefer to share this page with others by linking to it?

  1. Click on the HTML link code below.
  2. Copy and paste it, adding a note of your own, into your blog, a Web page, forums, a blog comment, your Facebook account, or anywhere that someone would find this page valuable.