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The Pure Dog brand is a developing range of natural, hypoallergenic dog treats, dog chews and dog training rewards. Our philosophy is about providing simple snacks that your dogs will love every day - and that are healthy and safe for them. Our key dog chew is the Stagbar - the original, 100% natural antler dog chew. Stagbars are all natural, long-lasting and healthy dog chews.Chewing releases, feel-good chemicals from the brain and keeps dogs happy, busy and using up energy. Stagbars last longer than any other dog chews on the market – longer than rawhide chews or compacted vegetable starch chews. They wear down slowly with the grinding action of the dog’s teeth and saliva, into tasty morsels. Eventually, the dry marrow is exposed as a lovely treat when the outside has been worn away. They are suitable for puppies who are teething.
Stagbars are safe, won’t splinter or chip or cause blockages and they don’t contain nylon like some long lasting chews. They are not an ‘empty’ chew like rawhide and in fact, contain important minerals.They clean the dog’s teeth, rather than bung them up like some dog chews and they’re great for dogs with sensitive tummies. Even dogs who are losing weight can enjoy Stagbars because they only contain a tiny amount of fat. Naturally, they don’t contain additives or preservatives.
Stagbars are clean dog chews, leaving no stain or mess on the carpet and they are also very low in odour – some say they have a very faint smell of fresh soil. They are effectively ‘raw’ and so retain all their goodness and safety.
Listing Updated: 18/11/2018
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