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Dog Chews & Treats for Passive Chewers

 

Passive chewers - also known as gentle nibblers - like to take their time when chewing. They’re not the type to gobble up treats and often savor each chew as if they’re a food critic trying to figure out the intricacy of the treat they’re nibbling on! 

Often, passive chewers are picky eaters and aren’t usually food motivated. They may turn up their nose on treats that don’t have a strong smell or taste. A gentle nibbler probably won’t consume a bully stick in one sitting, and will need 30-45 minutes to spend nibbling on their treats. Fortunately, passive chewers are not likely to swallow large pieces or make themselves sick by eating too quickly. Nevertheless, it’s still necessary to supervise your passive chewer when enjoying their favorite Pawstruck product. 

Don't forget! It's important to make sure you’re giving your dog the appropriate length chew. As a general rule, chews should be bigger than your dog’s snout, and hard chews should be slightly wider than their mouth. Supervise your dog when feeding, especially the first time you give them something new. Be sure to remove any large swallowable pieces to prevent digestive blockages.

 

Passive chewers - also known as gentle nibblers - like to take their time when chewing. They’re not the type to gobble up treats and often savor each chew as if they’re a food critic trying to figure out the intricacy of the treat they’re nibbling on! 

Often, passive chewers are picky eaters and aren’t usually food motivated. They may turn up their nose on treats that don’t have a strong smell or taste. A gentle nibbler probably won’t consume a bully stick in one sitting, and will need 30-45 minutes to spend nibbling on their treats. Fortunately, passive chewers are not likely to swallow large pieces or make themselves sick by eating too quickly. Nevertheless, it’s still necessary to supervise your passive chewer when enjoying their favorite Pawstruck product. 

Don't forget! It's important to make sure you’re giving your dog the appropriate length chew. As a general rule, chews should be bigger than your dog’s snout, and hard chews should be slightly wider than their mouth. Supervise your dog when feeding, especially the first time you give them something new. Be sure to remove any large swallowable pieces to prevent digestive blockages.