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Healthy Treats for Dogs

Updated on October 19, 2014

My little Yorkie mix, LolaBelle, absolutely adores these Get Naked Super Antioxidant Dental Chew Sticks. You may be be familiar with LolaBelle from one of my previous lenses, Lola, A Human Trapped in a Dog's Body, in which I discussed her anxiety issues. Unfortunately, her anxiety can lead to various forms of gastrointestinal upset and these symptoms are exacerbated by foods containing low quality ingredients. In this lens I will detail why you should try the Get Naked brand of treats with your dog.


My husband and I discovered these treats at a local pet store in our area after we were unable to find the treats we had always given her. Naturally, we were a little nervous about changing her to a new type of dog treat, given LolaBelle's delicate gastrointestinal system and previous bad experiences when changing her diet. We were advised by her veterinarian that maintaining a consistent diet is the best course to follow for dogs with touchy stomachs, and to avoid frequent changes in her diet. After speaking to an extremely helpful salesperson about LolaBelle's dietary issues, and our concerns, he recommended the Get Naked Super Antioxidant Dental Chew Sticks. He advised us that these treats are great for dogs with sensitive stomachs, because they do not contain any corn, wheat, soy, or gluten, which can often cause stomach upset in dogs. These ingredients are used as "fillers" in many dog foods and treats, and offer zero nutritional value to your pet. The Get Naked brand of treats are made with "super foods" such as, cranberries and blueberries, which are packed with antioxidants. Antioxidants help promote great overall health for dogs and people alike. In addition, this variety of Get Naked Chew Sticks are low in calories and fat, which is very important, since extra weight on a dog can lead to arthritis and diabetes. Finally, her teeth have less plaque buildup and her breath has improved immensely since we switched LolaBelle to the Get Naked Chew Sticks.


We felt even more comfortable about purchasing this product when we were advised it could be returned if LolaBelle did not tolerate it. Needless to say, we were thrilled when she went crazy over the Get Naked Super Antioxidant Chew Sticks, not mention the relief we felt when she did not experience any stomach upset. LolaBelle now recognizes the package of Get Naked Chew Sticks when we come home with a fresh bag. She immediately begins to bark and do tricks for us in hopes of getting a chew stick as soon as possible! If your dog has a sensitive tummy, or you are just looking for a healthier treat for your dog, I recommend you give Get Naked Super Antioxidant Dental Chew Sticks a try. They are a great alternative to the less nutritious dog treats on the market.

A diet rich in antioxidants

is just as beneficial to dogs

as it is to humans!

LolaBelle enjoying her treat!
LolaBelle enjoying her treat! | Source

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      Tracy Arizmendi 3 years ago from Northern Virginia

      @Skipsmom: You are most welcome Skipsmom! Petsmart was not stocking these treats the last time I checked but hopefully they have now. I buy them from Petco. They are also available on Amazon.com. Thank you for dropping by my lens and for the comment!

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      Skipsmom 3 years ago

      Will look for these treats next time I'm at Petsmart! Thanks for letting us know about them.

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      Tracy Arizmendi 3 years ago from Northern Virginia

      I was surprised also when I discovered manufactuers were putting all this junk into pet food! Thsmks for commenting.

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      Colonel2013 3 years ago

      Great information. I never thought about pet treats containing unhealthy ingredients. Thanks for sharing this.

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      Tracy Arizmendi 3 years ago from Northern Virginia

      @SusanDeppner: They are great aren't they? LolaBelle just loves them. Thanks for commenting!

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      Susan Deppner 3 years ago from Arkansas USA

      We have these for Daisy (our yellow Lab) and she loves them!

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      Tracy Arizmendi 3 years ago from Northern Virginia

      @MariaMontgomery: Absolutely!!! Thanks for commenting!

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      MariaMontgomery 3 years ago from Central Florida, USA

      I remember these treats! C.C. loved them. I must get more for her.