Tibetan Dog Chew - Keeps Your Dog Happy, Healthy & Engaged
Unleash the unbeatable goodness and unmatched quality for your dog with our yak cheese dog chews! Our 100% natural, hand-crafted, preservative-free, and long-lasting chews are the perfect treat for your furry friends.
Watch your dog chew on pure happiness!
Introducing Yak Cheese Puffs – the ultimate delight for your furry friend's taste buds. Keep them entertained and satisfied with a treat that's as joyful as they are!
Frequently Asked Questions about Akitas
Why does my Akita chew everything?
Chewing is a natural behavior for dogs and is particularly common in Akitas. Providing them with suitable chew toys like the 'Tibetian Dog Chew' can help manage this behavior.
How can I best exercise my Akita?
Akitas require regular exercise to maintain their fitness and prevent obesity. This can include walks, runs, play activities, and mentally stimulating games.
How often should I groom my Akita?
Regular grooming is essential for this breed due to their thick double coat. Brushing should be done at least once a week, and more frequently during shedding season.
How can I train my Akita at home?
Training should start at a young age and be consistent. Use positive reinforcement techniques and consider the use of training treats like our 'Puffs' product.
What should I feed my Akita?
A balanced diet that includes high-quality, low-fat dog food is recommended. Treats like the 'Tibetian Dog Chew' can be given occasionally but should not replace their main meals.
What are common health problems in Akitas?
They can be prone to conditions like hip dysplasia, progressive retinal atrophy, and hypothyroidism. Regular veterinary check-ups are essential to monitor for any potential health issues.
How can I help my anxious dog?
If your dog exhibits signs of anxiety, such as excessive chewing or other destructive behaviors, consider consulting with a veterinarian or a dog behaviorist.
Remember, these answers are general in nature and individual dogs may have different needs or behaviors. Always consult with a professional for advice tailored to your specific dog.