Give your furry friend the best with Feelwells’ range of natural and healthy dog treats. Our commitment is to provide your beloved pets with delicious, nutritious, and hypoallergenic treats made from premium-quality ingredients.
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From delectable biscuits to savoury chews, Feelwells offers a variety of dog treats suitable for all dogs, including those on raw diets. Our treats are vetted by our very own four Border Terriers, ensuring they pass the taste and quality test with flying colours.
Feelwells takes pride in being an ethical pet company. We do not support animal testing and have received accolades for our stance against it. Our dedication to quality extends to our manufacturing process, ensuring that no products are sourced from China, India, or Brazil.
Dogs may refuse regular food for various reasons, such as dental issues, illness, or a dislike of the current food. Treats, being more enticing, might still appeal. If the issue persists, consult your vet.
Dogs instinctively store food for later. Hiding treats may be a natural behaviour, indicating your dog feels secure and considers your bed a safe spot.
Opt for diabetic-friendly treats with low sugar content. Consult your vet for suitable options that won't spike your dog's blood sugar levels.
The best treats depend on your dog's preferences, dietary needs, and any allergies. Feelwells offers a range of natural, hypoallergenic treats made from premium ingredients.
Dogs often play with treats as a form of engagement or to savour the experience. It's a natural behaviour and not necessarily a cause for concern.
High-value treats are those most cherished by your dog. These are often soft, flavourful, and used for training or rewarding desired behaviour.
Healthy treats are made from quality ingredients, avoiding artificial additives. Feelwells prioritises natural, hypoallergenic options with no artificial colours, flavours, or preservatives.
Moderation is key. Follow guidelines on the treat packaging and adjust based on your dog's size, activity level, and overall diet. Consult your vet for personalised advice.