After 16 wonderful years, Gone to the Dogs will be closing at the end of November. We are grateful for your loyalty and support.
We are currently stocked with great products perfect for dogs of all sizes! All non-consumable items, such as coats, fleeces, collars & leashes, most toys, grooming products, holiday items, etc. are on sale with discounts increasing. We will continue to fully stock all foods and treats until the end of October so you can continue to buy your pet's favorites. On November 1, all consumables will be discounted until gone. Shop early and often for the best selection and discounts! All updates will be posted on Facebook and our website. Come by the store and pick up our store closing schedule that outlines upcoming important dates.
Due to lack of staffing, Thursday's store hours have been changed to 2pm-6pm.
The Very Best Choice of Training Treats. Don't see what you're looking for? Call us to place an order for In-Store Pickup, Curbside Pickup.
Support Our Local Pet Shop with Your Order of Training Treats for Dogs
Dog treats are an excellent way to keep dogs content, provide enrichment, incentivize them for ideal actions, and even educate them to do certain things. Virtually nothing tops the look in their eyes when they see Training Treats. At the same time, there are lots of dog treats to pick from. How can dog owners pick the appropriate one to suit their dog's requirements? Listed below are a few important points to remember.
One of the first things pet owners should understand is how to review the label. It's vital to search for a shorter ingredient list. This generally suggests more natural ingredients. Whole food ingredients are generally noted at the top. The earlier a product shows up on the tag, the more of it there is.
Vitamin C and E are commonly utilized as all-natural chemicals. At the same time, there are a couple of items in dog treats that pet owners need to attempt to steer clear of. These consist of manufactured sugar. Search for natural ones, such as honey. Prevent chemical preservatives when possible. Chemical humectants are occasionally utilized to dampen dog treats but can also be dangerous.
There are tons of various choices for dog treats and pet owners need to find the one that works best for their furry friend. Crunchy dog treats include biscuits, cookies, and bars. They come in numerous shapes and sizes. Soft dog treats are normally chewy in nature. They are a terrific selection for dog training and are generally moist. They are soft, making them easier to break apart. An additional type of dog treat is dehydrated treats. These are typically meats, such as jerky, and are extremely appealing.
At Gone to the Dogs, we are proud to provide yummy Training Treats to every pup in Wakefield, MA. If you are looking for Training Treats, call us today at (781) 245-6787 or visit us at 55 Albion St.
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