Whether you are training your dog to compete in nosework or agility, or just teaching your dog to sit politely for petting, Pet World carries a huge selection of dog treats for training. Want to give your dog a cookie just for being cute? We won't judge. Come check out our enormous selection of treats for even the pickiest pup.
- Training Treats
Just the right size for a reward, we have many different brands of training treats. Soft and moist treats such as BilJac training treats let your pup know when he has done a good job! We also have the full line of “Charlie Bear” treats, a small crunchy treat that is a favorite amongst professional trainers.
- Biscuits & Cookies
Pet World carries many different brands of traditional dog biscuits. “Old Mother Hubbard” is one of our bestsellers and is available in many different flavors including Just Veggin’, Peanut Butter, and Assorted. Many of our biscuits are available in kennel sized, 20 pound boxes!
- Parts & Pieces
Cow hooves, pig ears, tracheas, and even lamb lung are some of parts we carry that your dog will go wild over! Pet World also has an extensive selection of antlers and bones for the powerful chewer in your family. And while you are here, don’t forget to check out our freezers for the very latest in raw bones—a healthy, all-natural choice for dogs that love to chew!
If you want to give your dog a little something extra, Pet World has a variety of jerky treats including chicken jerky, duck jerky and even sweet potato jerky for sensitive tummies. A great low-fat alternative to reward your best friend!
- Dental Treats
Today, there are a wide variety of dental treats and chews available on our shelves, to help with tartar control. From chewies and dental bones to dental diets, what makes the biggest difference for your dog’s teeth, gums, and breath? Should you even be concerned about your dog’s oral health? Dog dental treats and special diets may provide benefits to a dog’s oral health.
Just as with humans, dogs can suffer from oral problems like:
- Bad breath
- Build-up of saliva, bacteria, and food on teeth (plaque)
- A hard yellow or brown residue on teeth (tartar)
- Swollen, bleeding, or irritated gums
Dogs can suffer from gum (periodontal) disease just like people and it’s not something to ignore. Dental problems in dogs can lead to loss of appetite and broken or lost teeth. It may even damage other organs if bacteria get into the bloodstream through diseased gums. Professional cleanings and brushing your dog’s teeth are great ways to maintain oral health, but special dog treats or diets can also help. Dogs that actively chew usually have less tartar build-up. Ensure your dog’s dental health and freshen his breath with a variety of dental treats, such as Rawhide chews, dental chews like Greenies and Vetradent, or dog chew toys such as Plaque Attackers and Gumabones.
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