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Yoghurt Treats for Dogs
Yoghurt treats for dogs are a great tasting reward or training treat for your dog. Yoghurt treats offer a yummy, creamy taste while being 100% chocolate-free and safe for your pooch. Yoghurt treats are a high-value and perfect portioned training treat to reward good behaviour or if you just want to give your dog a special little reward.
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Best yoghurt dog treats based on our customer reviews
|Pooch Treats Doggy Yoghurt Bar Dog Treats||My puppy loves yoghurt drops so I decided to see if she would like this yoghurt bar and she did! She couldn't get enough of this yoghurt bar, I broke it into smaller pieces so it would last longer. Will be buying more of these for sure! - PAT|
|Doggylicious Love Drops Yoghurt||We wanted treats that were none meat based and these are perfect. Poppy loves them and so do we. - KATE|
|Blackdog Yoghurt Buttons||Dogs big and small will love these! The 1kg bag is really good value and will last even with a huge dog like my Rottie x Cane Corso mix. They're quite chocolatey in both texture and smell, so best kept in a cool pantry or even a fridge. Would recommend for cooler months or home training, as they can melt in your pocket/treat bag! - ELVA|
|Doggy Fun Food Birthday in a Box Pink||My Alaskan Malamute Lily celebrated her birthday a month ago so we bought her this as a cake/celebration dessert for her. She loved it. Couldn't stop sniffing and eating it! Big win - SUSAN|
Frequently Asked Questions
Are there any benefits to feeding yoghurt dog treats?
Yoghurt drops are a tasty training treat. They offer a treat alternative for those dogs allergic to certain meat proteins. Yoghurt powder also provides a rich source of calcium. If your dog has any dietary sensitivity or history of pancreatitis, these may not be suitable and it is best to consult your treating veterinarian.
Can you give a puppy yoghurt dog treats?
Yes, both yoghurt and carob treats are safe to give to puppies; however, there are a few things to remember. Puppies can be quite sensitive to any dietary changes and rich treats. Yoghurt treats are often made with other ingredients like oils, fats, sugar which can cause a tummy upset. If you do give your puppy yoghurt treats, it is best to do in moderation and if any gastrointestinal upset occurs to stop giving the treat and contact your veterinarian.
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Author info: Dr Nicole du Plessis - Pet Circle In House Veterinarian