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Treats & Bones

Treats & Bones

Try Nutriment’s Dog Treats and Bones

 

Do you want to give your dog a balanced diet? Nutriment’s dedication to raw feeding involves innovative raw feeding solutions such as dehydrated dog treats and raw meaty bones. Healthy, nutritious, and convenient to feed, our dehydrated dog treats and frozen bones are a perfect complementary snack to your dog’s core raw diet. Our treats are suitable as a snack, training aid, and for dental hygiene for dogs aged 12 weeks and older.

 

Nutriment ensures that every treat in our range provides high-quality nutrition as well as the great-tasting flavours and textures that your dog deserves. So, try them today and see how they cater to your dog’s natural instinct.

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Natural dehydrated dog treats with a variety of flavours

Nutriment offers a wide variety of dehydrated dog treats with many different flavours to choose from, catering to what each dog loves. Understanding that dogs have their own unique tastes and preferences, we ensure our diverse selection includes treats for every dog, whether they enjoy chewing for hours on end or savoring each bite. We have treats made from:

  • Turkey
  • Fish
  • Chicken
  • Lamb

Whether your furry friend loves the rich taste of beef or the savoury flavour of chicken, we have something to cater to their preferences. Our dehydrated treats are not only delicious but also nutritious, made with high-quality ingredients to ensure your dog is getting the best. With our range of flavours, you can easily find your dog’s favourite treat and keep them satisfied and happy.

What does it mean to dehydrate dog treats?

Dehydration involves removing moisture from the meat, but it still remains raw. Every bite provides a flavourful, nutrient-dense mouthful that your dog will enjoy tasting and benefit from eating.

Dehydrated dog treats can be used as a part of the biologically appropriate raw feeding approach that we advocate and are so passionate about here at Nutriment. The meat may be dehydrated, but it is dried naturally and without chemicals or preservatives. Your dog gets all the essential nutrients and great flavour and texture, and it will complement your dog’s raw diet nicely. However, the treats are, of course, suitable for dogs that are fed a non-raw diet as well.

 

Why feed your dog dehydrated dog treats and raw bones?

Promotes healthy teeth

There are numerous benefits to the frozen bones from Nutriment, especially when it comes to promoting healthier dog's teeth. These treats are not just delicious; they can also help clean your dog’s teeth, strengthen its jaws, and reduce plaque and tartar build-up. Additionally, these snacks are designed to keep your dog's teeth clean, ensuring fresher breath and contributing to their overall dental health.

Enjoyment for your dog

As well as high-quality nutrition, consuming food is also about enjoyment, and dogs get great enjoyment from experiencing foods such as frozen bones. These treats not only provide your dog with high-quality nutrition but they also keep your dog entertained for hours while providing dental care.

Chewing and gnawing are behaviours that naturally release endorphins, and it gives your dog a satisfying feeling. This is a wonderful mental stimulation and is great for their mental health, ensuring they remain entertained and mentally stimulated.

Free from grains and fillers

Many commercially available dog treats are packed with grains, fillers, and artificial ingredients, which your dog’s body cannot easily digest. That means your dog’s body will need to work a lot harder than it should, overworking the digestive tract and potentially leading to a variety of unpleasant problems.

On the other hand, our dried dog treats free from grains, fillers, and other biologically inappropriate ingredients are great for supporting your dog’s digestive system. These treats help your dog get all the nutrition it needs to live an active and happy lifestyle.

When a dog eats the food that it was naturally meant to eat, this reflects on the health of their skin and coat as well as dental health.

Do not require refrigeration

Another benefit of dehydrated treats is the fact that they do not require refrigeration in order to stay fresh. You should simply keep the dried treats in a dry, ambient environment, such as a cupboard, to maintain their freshness and nutritional value for your pup. This makes them perfect for on-the-go snacks while walking or travelling.

Dried and raw dog treats are a convenient option for providing essential nutrients and benefits as part of a balanced diet due to their long-lasting nature and easy storage.

A good supplement to a raw diet

A dog’s digestive tract is naturally designed to obtain nutrients from meat, offal, and raw bones. Including healthy, natural, raw chews and bones in a dog's diet supports oral health and strength.

When you look at many commercial diets for dogs, you may see the main ingredients are grains, animal by-products, and artificial ingredients. These ingredients do not have the rich macronutrients, vitamins, and minerals that are essential to the dog’s health and well-being. Raw food, including dehydrated treats and raw bones, replicates the diet that dogs are naturally designed to eat, being biologically appropriate and nutritionally complete. Dogs eating meat from bones promote a more satisfied and healthier pet.

Dehydrated dog treats come in many flavours and textures and will become firm favourites once your dog is introduced. Lamb Puffs are at the top of the list for the fussiest of dogs, and for those that like the taste of the sea, our dried Fish Twists and Sprats are the answer. Venison is another favourite amongst those with a taste for game. We even have Venison Chews loaded with glucosamine for joint health, perfect for older dogs.

Getting started with dehydrated dog treats

The best way to introduce your dog to dehydrated dog treats is to offer your dog a variety and learn which ones he or she prefers. Start with small portions and work up to a full snack for special occasions.

Most of our dried treats break apart easily to appropriately feed smaller dogs or to be used as training treats for larger ones.