Why does LoyaltyDogTreats™ use human grade meat?
LoyaltyDogTreats™ believes that our furr-family members deserve the very best. At LoyaltyDogTreats™ our products are sourced from human grade meat suppliers with government inspected facilities. We believe in feeding products you can trust.
How do LoyaltyDogTreats™ reduce allergies and sensitivities?
Switching to novel proteins such as duck, rabbit, turkey or lamb may be the answer to solving your pet's allergic reactions (continual scratching, chewing feet, hot spots, ear infections etc.) meaning fewer health issues and less expensive vet appointments.
Are LoyaltyDogTreats™ organic or hormone free?
While all of our meat is Canadian Food and Drug Administration approved for human consumption, we cannot guarantee that all animals were raised on an organic diet or free of drugs and/or hormones.
Which LoyaltyDogTreats™ product lasts the longest?
This is based on your dogs’ personality but generally speaking, starting at the longest lasting: Antler - Bully Sticks - Hooves - Trachea - Feet - Duck Wings and the remainder.
Why do all LoyaltyDogTreats™ say pet supervision required?
Each dog has its own unique personality and has been trained or raised differently, so we just want to remind you that it is important that your dog chews our treats safely and learns to saviour each moment.
My dog tends to swallow the treat whole, what do I do?
As with all treats, we have to teach our dogs to chew. You can do that by holding onto the treat, and allowing your dog to chew at it, then pulling it away and repeating that process until your dog chews the treat versus inhaling it. If your dog does not learn to chew, do not continue giving them that treat.
When LoyaltyDogTreats™ chews get too small, what should I do?
Replace it, although it may seem common sense, sometimes a chewed down antler or bully stick can get lost under the couch. Should your dog get to it before you see it, you run the risk of them swallowing it and potentially causing a blockage. We recommend you err on the side of caution and replace it.
Are the nails on the feet safe for my dog?
In nature a dog will consume the entire animal. Although scary looking, the nails are full of calcium. However, if you're uncomfortable with the idea they can be removed with a small set of nail clippers.
Are chicken and poultry bones safe?