• Straight Out of the Kitchen: Healthy Dog Treats from Your Pantry & Fridge

    Straight Out of the Kitchen: Healthy Dog Treats from Your Pantry & Fridge

    Straight Out of the Kitchen: Looking for some healthy, wholesome, single ingredient healthy dog food treats and toppers that you may already have on hand?  Well head over to your pantry because you likely have some of these nutritious and dog-delicious options already in your cupboard or fridge! We’ve listed 8 of them and highlighted some of the benefits they bring to our beloved,...
  • Why Your Dog Needs to Chew

    Why Your Dog Needs to Chew

    We know healthy dogs love to chew.  Popular expressions like “give a dog a bone” offer a nod to the cultural norm of the relationship between dogs and the love of the chew.  But why do dogs chew?  Here are several benefits and some of the science behind a dog’s love and need to chew. Puppies:  Young dogs have a physical need to chew....
  • Is Pumpkin Good For Dogs? 

    Is Pumpkin Good For Dogs? 

      Yes! At DogBullySticks we love single and limited ingredient chews and treats for dogs….so we love pumpkin!  And its pumpkin season…read below for some of the many benefits of this puree of pup health and happiness! What does this orange orb of nutrition offer?  Whether it's fresh (YES, you can feed your dog fresh pumpkin) or you pick up a can of 100%...
  • Are Chicken Feet Good For Dogs? 7 Benefits of Raw or Dehydrated Chicken Feet

    Are Chicken Feet Good For Dogs? 7 Benefits of Raw or Dehydrated Chicken Feet

    Pet parents want a healthy and happy dog but did you know that chicken feet can help make that happen?  We’ve fallen in love with the benefits of these natural and economical chews and here’s why: Collagen:  This naturally occurring super ingredient could be the source of its own, full length blog!  In short, collagen helps our pet’s bodies build bones, muscles, skin, teeth,...
  • Its Fall Y’all…Here’s 5 Fido Friendly Ideas

    Its Fall Y’all…Here’s 5 Fido Friendly Ideas

      1. Take a Hike!  A fall hike in crisper weather can be good for you and good for your dog. Consider exploring a new trail, park or beach near you. The new sights can be a delight for both of you. Don’t foget to take water, take pictures and consider dressing up your pup in a new fall outfit or bandana for some...
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