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 Basenjis
Why is my Basenji not barking?
Basenjis are often referred to as the "barkless dog." While they might not bark like other dogs, they do make other sounds like yodels, howls, or growls to express themselves.
My Basenji is chewing everything. What should I do?
Basenjis have a strong instinct to chew. Providing them with safe and appropriate chew toys, like the 'Tibetian Dog Chew', can help manage this behavior. Regular exercise and mental stimulation can also prevent destructive chewing behavior.
How can I train my Basenji at home?
Basenjis can be trained at home using positive reinforcement techniques. Rewarding good behavior with treats, like our Puffs product, can encourage them to repeat it. Consistency and patience are key in training these independent and intelligent dogs.
What should I feed my Basenji?
Basenjis require a balanced diet rich in protein, with sufficient amounts of carbohydrates, fats, and fiber. The 'Tibetian Dog Chew' can be used as a high-protein, low-fat treat to supplement their diet. However, remember that this product is not an alternative to a dog's primary diet.
What are some common health problems in Basenjis?
Basenjis are prone to certain health issues like Fanconi Syndrome, hip dysplasia, and Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA). Regular veterinary check-ups can help detect these conditions early and manage them effectively.
How often should I groom my Basenji?
Basenjis have a short coat and do not require frequent grooming. However, regular dental hygiene is crucial. Chewing toys like the 'Tibetian Dog Chew' can help maintain their oral health.
How can I manage anxiety in my Basenji?
Providing a safe environment, regular exercise and mental stimulation, and a consistent routine can help manage anxiety in Basenjis. Early socialization can also help them become more comfortable in different situations.
What is the lifespan of a Basenji?
Basenjis are known for their longevity, often living up to 13-14 years. This lifespan, however, can be influenced by various factors including diet, exercise, and routine veterinary care.