Veterinary Diet Dog Treats

Putting your pooch on a new prescription diet doesn’t mean she has to sit on the sidelines during treat time. Several well-known brands make special prescription dog treats that complement each prescription dog food without compromising the diet’s effectiveness. A visit to your vet can help you determine which type of prescription treats might be good for your dog. Just like prescription foods, prescription dog treat recipes are formulated by veterinarians to help manage your pet’s particular health condition. Ingredients are selected based on their therapeutic properties and carefully combined with palatability in mind. They’ve been clinically tested with proven results, so you can rest easy knowing that they’re safe. And best of all, they won’t work against the careful diet regimen you’ve set up for your pal. These tasty treat formulas require a prescription and are typically prescribed as part of your pet’s overall health plan under the care of a veterinarian. But don’t worry -adding some prescription snacks to your order is easy with Chewy’s prescription team. Some of the health concerns that can benefit from prescription dog treats include weight management, food allergies and sensitivities, urinary tract infections, gastrointestinal disease and skin conditions. Prescription dog treats help support your pet’s specific dietary needs and therapeutic treatment goals. Hill’s Prescription Diet offers bone-shaped crunchy treats for food sensitivities, weight maintenance, mobility and a more general treat that complements many of their prescription foods. Royal Canin’s line includes urinary, hydrolyzed protein, gastrointestinal, weight management and original treats for dogs on special vet diets. If your dog is on a veterinary food from Royal Canin or Hill’s Prescription Diet, check out some of the yummy treat options Chewy carries. Your treat-seeking pet will thank you.

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