Dangerous Dog Treats Could Be Killing Your Dog

shutterstock_407237875I don’t know you, and you don’t know me. However, we both know something about each other – even though we’ve never met. We love our dogs! They’re like our children. Part of the family. And there’s not much we wouldn’t do for them. We spend countless hours researching on training tips and techniques, what the best food is, what’s the newest toy. We spend all this time and energy. Why? Love. We love to take care of our fur babies. We want what’s best for them.

So recently I was doing a little research on dog treats. There’s a big box super store that sells a tub of what I would call beef jerky. It’s cheap and my dogs loved it. A little too much. So back to my research. I started reading about what companies do to make dog treats. Even worse than how they make them is what they make them with. Preservatives. Chemicals. Fillers. By-products. Yum.


It turns out, the more I read up on this stuff, it could be shortening the lifespan and lessening the quality of life of my fur balls. insert car screeching to a halt Oh, no they didn’t! It’s like junk food for your dog. And just like junk food, it’s just about one of the unhealthiest things you could give your dog. So what’s the answer? Well, if you and Martha Stewart have the time, you could make homemade doggy treats. Me? I barely have time to dress myself. So what’s the answer?

You want something that is made with real meat and without all the other nonsense. So really, one ingredient would be the key. Think that’s unlikely to happen? Think again.

One Ingredient. Real Meat.shutterstock_262785137

Forget the fillers, preservatives, sodium ethyl-methyl bad stuff! There’s a new dog treat in town – Project Paws Treats. They are made from 100% natural ingredients. There is all-white meat chicken breast and savory beef liver. Simple, right? Well, it gets better. These treats are freeze-dried, so the natural ingredients retain all the quality nutrients and flavor. Other treats are dehydrated or processed. Do you see where I’m going here?

Treat Your Dog, Treat a Shelter Dog

And if all that good news wasn’t enough, how about this: Every purchase of treats you make feeds shelter dogs! Each and every pack of treats you purchase provides 14 meals to shelter and rescue dogs all across America. If this isn’t a win-win, then I don’t know what is. So go ahead, love your dog and treat your furry friend to a tastier, healthier treat.