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At Bruce's Healthy Dog Treats we understand the vital importance of nutritious dog treats. Both dogs and cats evolved to eat meat, and meat-based treats address the low meat percentage in most commercial dog food.

This is why Bruce sources his shop's Australian pet treats from very specific Australian pet treat companys. Our "about us" page explains more about what healthy treats for dogs really mean. Branding is nothing without substance. You may not know our brand yet, but when you do, you will find that we only sell the healthiest and best quality treats with 80% meat or 100% meat (biscuits and yogurt/ carob excepted) !

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Your search for healthy, Australian-made dog treats ends here, at Healthy Dog Treats

We’re proud to be an Australian pet treat company that puts the health of dogs above all else.

Don’t fall for the spin of commercial dog treat brands; they’re full of fillers that your dog can’t properly digest. There’s next to no meat in many of these options, and they’re not doing your dog much good.

You might not have time to make nutritious meals for your dog every day, and it can be difficult getting the proportions and components right. That’s why Healthy Dog Treats is the answer!

Supplement their diet with our fantastic treats, or dog monthly subscription boxes made from the best ingredients and without the superfluous fillers and over-processing of commercial dog food brands.

We make it easy with doggy treat box to give your beloved dogs the best treats for their health and wellbeing.

A wide range of natural dog treats that don’t compromise your furry friend’s health

Whether your four-legged friend loves treats that they can chew for a long time, or prefers biscuits to bones, you’ll find healthy dog treats of all kinds here.

We offer the best dog treats, no matter what kind you’re searching for:

  • Beef
  • Biscuit
  • Bones
  • Carob and Yoghurt
  • Chicken
  • Crocodile
  • Fish
  • Kangaroo
  • Lamb
  • Long-chewing
  • Low fat
  • Medium
  • Offal
  • Pork
  • Small and soft
  • Training

Convenient, affordable and natural dog treats - because your dog deserves the best

Searching for premium quality kangaroo tendons, cow hooves, dog biscuits or cooked bones for dogs? Healthy Dog Treats is the online store stocking just that - healthy, natural treats for dogs of all sizes.

Give your dog a variety of different meats and textures to enjoy, whether as a meal supplement, a treat for a special occasion, or a training tool.

You can rest assured your dog is getting the nutrients they need to live a healthy, happy life.

Browse our gourmet dog treats now.

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How often should I give my dog treats?
Treats should be given in moderation and should not make up more than 10% of your dog's daily diet. Depending on the size and activity level of your dog, you can give them one to three treats per day.
How many treats should I give my dog at one time?
The number of treats you can give your dog at one time depends on the size of the treat and your dog's size. As a general rule, it's best to stick to small, bite-sized treats and give your dog no more than 1-2 treats per training session.
Can I use dog treats as a reward during training?
Yes, dog treats can be a great reward during training as they provide positive reinforcement for good behavior. However, it's important to use treats in moderation and pair them with verbal praise and affection.
What should I look for when choosing dog treats?
When choosing dog treats, look for high-quality, all-natural ingredients that are free of artificial preservatives, colors, and flavors. Consider your dog's dietary needs and any allergies or sensitivities they may have.
How should I store my dog treats?
Dog treats should be stored in an airtight container in a cool, dry place. Avoid exposing them to direct sunlight or heat, as this can cause them to spoil or become stale. Check the expiration date on the package and discard any treats that have gone bad.