The Benefits of Collagen for Dogs

Collagen is not only all the rage for human health, but great for dogs too! Why is collagen beneficial? Is collagen safe for dogs? And Is Collagen rawhide? Or even simply, what is collagen? These are all common questions regarding Collagen dog treats but fret no more, we have all the juicy gossip and tidbits on Collagen Chews for dogs!



Is Collagen Safe for Dogs?

This versatile chew is a great fit for all pup chew styles including light, moderate and power chewers. It is not only safe for your favorite furry friend but it is packed full of health benefits. So, while you’re scooping your collagen protein powder into your coffee throw your dog a bone or better yet a safe Collagen Dog Chew!

What are Collagen Chews Made of?

Collagen Chews for dogs are a single ingredient chew made from the innermost layer of Beef skin. The top layer is what’s used for leather products, the second layer is where traditional rawhide products come from, and the third layer is nutrient rich Collagen.


What are the Benefits of Collagen?

Unlike traditional rawhide, the innermost soft layer is more elastic more digestible. Not to mention the Pawstruck Beef Collagen Sticks are sourced high quality South American cattle and provide an excellent source of protein. They are naturally rich in chondroitin and glucosamine which support healthy joints, skin and coat for dogs.


Why Do Dogs Like Collagen?

Do you ever crave the crisp of a cheese cracker or the chewiness of beef jerky…Is your mouth watering yet? Just like we often crave textures and flavors, so do dogs! Beef Collagen all-natural chews provide a chewy texture and beef flavor that your pup will drool over! Pet parents love it because it is an all-time boredom buster allowing momentary peace of mind that their furniture will be safe from destruction! Give with confidence... these single-ingredient treats are all-natural — free from harmful chemicals and preservatives. A dog-tasted, human-approved, protein rich snack!


Can Puppies Have Collagen Chews?

Is Collagen good for puppies is a common question. No sniffs, ands or butts about it… Puppies over 6 months can have Beef Collagen Chews! But remember to chew responsibly... Puppies tend to have more sensitive stomachs so introduce the treat in increments. Keep in mind these are a durable chew so be mindful of puppy teeth, if they are chomping down too hard, any chews or bones can cause tooth damage. Always monitor when giving your puppy a chew and remove any large, swallowable pieces to prevent blockages or choking.


They are rich in functional ingredients that help your young pup’s coat stay shiny and soft as they grow. Collagen dog chew sticks can be a great option for puppies 6+ months as they are a long-lasting boredom buster.



"Paw-lease can I have one?" Sophie the Frenchy


How to Choose the Right Size/Style Collagen for Your Dog?

Whether your furry friend fits in a tote bag or takes up your entire backseat we have a Collagen stick for them! Collagen chews come in Small 5-7” and Large 10-13” making them a great single-ingredient chews for all dog sizes. For a little extra mental challenge for your moderate to power chewers, try Pawstruck’s Collagen Braids.
 


Still have questions about Collagen Chews for dogs or how to “chews” the right treat for your dog? Give us a call at 1 (800) 715-4955. Our product specialists are more than happy to provide suggestions. If not, feel free to browse our entire line of Beef Collagen Chews.

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