Customers often ask “What are the benefits of bully sticks?“, assuming that all bully sticks are created equal. There are more than just Straight Bully Sticks out there though–they come in many shapes, sizes, and thicknesses. One of our best sellers and a favorite amongst our customers is the Braided Bully Stick. To understand why it’s such a popular item among our canine friends, we explain the benefits of Braided Bully Sticks and answer FAQs in the article below.
In this article, Jordan Walker, the lead content curator for Coops and Cages, talks the truth about table scraps and some healthy alternatives.
When your dog looks at you with those adorable eyes, seemingly asking for the food served on your table, it’s tough not to give in. Pet owners world wide face the same dilemma–is it safe to feed your dog table scraps?
With the help of this DIY guide, you’ll be well on your way to creating simple and affordable frozen dog treats in no time. Never made homemade dog treats before? No problem! These frozen dog treats are easy to make and will help to keep your dog cool and satisfied on a hot summer day.
Anyone can make dog treats and all you need are 4 easy ingredients! With so many recipes to choose from, it can be hard to decide which treat to make. My favorite dog treat recipe is an oldie but goodie. What’s nice about this treat recipe is that you can add additional ingredients to the base recipe to personalize it for your pooch!
In honor of National Peanut Butter Lover’s Day, we’d like to present our five favorite peanut butter homemade dog treats. The following treats are all simple to make and present an opportunity to spoil your pet with pantry ingredients you probably have on hand!
All you have to do is gather a few little helpers (aka your kids) and follow the provided dog treat recipe.
I’d like to share some simple ways to whip up frozen and healthy dog treats for your dog. You probably think dog ice cream is difficult to make. Not true! I’m going to prove that frozen treats are cheap and super easy to make.
Dogs often don’t metabolize things the same way humans do. Certain foods either fail to properly digest, causing dangerous build-up, or are simply immediately dangerous. Knowing what is poisonous to dogs is vital to keeping your dog happy and healthy!