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Ginger Dog Treats

Ginger Dog Treats

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Has your dog been a good boy? Our homemade gingerbread dog treats are the perfect treat! Xen Pets ginger dog treats use the best natural ingredients to reward your dog for their great behavior. 

Our homemade dog treats make a great holiday season snack without toxic ingredients like refined sugar, xylitol, or nutmeg.

Buy today and give your dog the treat they deserve.

7 Ingredients in Gingerbread Dog Treats

Xen Pets gingerbread treats use only natural ingredients without added fillers and preservatives.

  1. Ginger root
  2. Flaxseed oil
  3. Water
  4. Oat flour
  5. Honey
  6. Olive oil
  7. Cinnamon

Because our dog treat recipe doesn't contain preservatives, keep them dry and away from moisture. They will last around 30 days in our airtight container. Keep refrigerated for best results. Lastly, you can freeze gingerbread treats to increase their shelf life.

What Makes Our Ginger Dog Treats Different?

We use natural ingredients that are handpicked to go easy on your dog's digestive system. For example, oat flour is much better for your dog's diet than whole wheat flour.

In addition, ginger itself is great for your dog's digestive system.

Feeding your pup ginger works as an anti-inflammatory and aids in reducing the pain from indigestion or nausea.

8 Benefits of Gingerbread Dog Treats

  1. May help upset stomach
  2. Treat nausea
  3. Helps with motion sickness
  4. May help blood circulation
  5. Anti inflammatory
  6. May help relieve joint pain
  7. Can help lower blood sugar
  8. May help lower blood pressure

Additional Information

At Xen Pets, we have written extensively on the effects of ginger on dogs.

It's important to give your dog ginger in the right form and dose. For example, you don't want to give your dog pickled ginger. While pickled ginger is safe for humans to eat, it is not necessarily safe for dogs.

Ginger is typically pickled in vinegar. Vinegar can be irritating to a dog's digestive system and may cause vomiting or diarrhea.

What have we learned? Ginger has many great health benefits for our furry friends!

But we should be mindful of the dose and speak with your vet about any concerns or questions about your dog's diet.

Additionally, be sure to check out our complete guide to ginger and our ginger teat recipe!

At the bottom of the article we have included 10 frequently asked questions and comments.

Has your dog enjoyed our ginger dog treats? Let us know in the comments below!

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