Information on Tibetan Dog Chew XL For Dogs Under 70 lbs:
|Classification||Food & treats|
|Pet Size||XL Dog|
|Suitable Weight||Under 70 LBS|
|Additional Features||No Preservatives, No Additives, No Animal By-Products|
Why to buy Tibetan Dog Chew XL For Dogs Under 70 lbs :
Treat Your Dog With Tibetan Chew
Tibetan Dog Chew is truly an artisan cheese made from Yak milk and Cow milk. The process starts with hand milking the pasture grazed yaks and cows. A human powered separator skims the cream away from the milk and then skimmed milk is used in making the Tibetan Dog Chew. A single Tibetan Dog Chew can take anywhere from 3 to 5 months in production process.
How To Use Dog Treats Most Effectively
Use treats to reinforce a calm, submissive state. Never use dog treats to reward an excited, over-stimulated state of mind. Always let the dog smell the treat first, but hold it up away from her and wait. Remember dogs can smell from over 25 feet away so you don’t have to put the treat under her nose. Once the dog has the scent, she may jump around at first, and will probably jump on you. If so, indicate your disapproval with your attitude and body language and slowly move back or to one side and then wait. Remember, your moment of patience as an owner will pay off in a well-behaved dog for a lifetime.
Quick And Simple Reminder
Like any other treat, Tibetan Dog Chew is also for supervised consumption only. Please select a chew slightly larger than your dog’s mouth and monitor to ensure that the treat is adequately chewed prior to swallowing. Discard any potential hazard. You know your dog better than anybody else.
When a small piece is left over, you can puff it up in a microwave. Depending on the wattage power of the microwave you can microwave it for 30-40 seconds or until it puffs up like popcorn and gives it back to your dog after letting it cooling for at least 2 minutes. Tibetan Dog Chew is a treat and is not intended to be fed as a meal. When treats are given, the amount of food should be reduced accordingly. As a common practice, the caloric intake from treats should not exceed 10% of the daily total caloric requirement of your dog. Make sure you provide adequate fresh drinking water all the time and visit your veterinarian regularly.