GREAT DOGS - The GREAT DOG CO. Blog
We are all living in strange and uncertain times at the moment. For dogs, however, it's awesome - at least here in Minnesota. Honestly I've never seen so many dogs being walked. Let's all commit to continuing to walk our dogs after life returns to "normal."
Looking for one of the healthiest, tastiest and coveted dog chews available? Look no further as Tendon Chews for dogs is it! What's so great about Tendon Chews for dogs you ask? For starters, Tendon Chews are easily and fully digestible making them a much safer alternative to rawhide chews which are not fully digestible. Tendon chews are tough fibrous bands of connective tissue that attach muscles to bones. They are rich in collagen, glucosamine, chondroitin sulfate and elastin. The fibrous texture makes them great at cleaning teeth while maximizing chewing pleasure. The best tendons for dogs come from large animals such as cattle and bison. Learn more at GREAT DOGS - www.greatdogco.com.
Dogs really have no choice but to eat whatever is put in front of them. And as such, it's really important for dog owners to ensure that the food and chews they are feeding their dogs are healthy and safe, especially since most dogs eat pretty much the same thing day after day, often twice a day, week after week, month after month, and year after year. Learn what you need to know about artificial preservatives commonly found in commercial dog food and chews at GREAT DOGS - www.greatdogco.com.
Most US dog owners are familiar with the all too familiar reports of foreign dog chews and food harming and even killing dogs. Loving dog owners would never purposefully give their dogs potentially deadly chews. But, are you doing so unwittingly? Learn more at GREAT DOGS - www.greatdogco.com.
Ever wonder why you should choose Bison Dog Chews and Bones over Beef Chews and Bones? GREAT DOG CO. explains the differences between Bison dog chews and bones and beef alternatives, why these differences are important, and which GREAT DOG products are most loved by dogs and their people. Learn more at GREAT DOGS - www.greatdogco.com.