High Protein Cat Food (Meow Chow)
Cat treats are the best way to keep your feline friend satiated. They not only give your kitty adequate nutrition but are also lip-smacking, leaving your cat wanting more. Cat treats can also be used as the perfect incentives while training your kitten. So if you are looking for cat treats, Doggie Dabbas has exactly what you need.
Features of Cat treats offered by Doggie Dabbas
Tasty - With its natural, delicious flavors, our cat treats will perfectly supplement your feline’s balanced diet and will keep them full for a long time.
Backed by nutritional research - Doggie Dabbas has carefully researched cat food and has developed treats that are backed by in-depth research into the varying nutritional requirements of cats in terms of breed, age, temperament, and so on. You will definitely find our cat treats to suit the requirements of your furry feline friend.
Healthy - Our cat treats are high in protein, wheat, gluten, and soy-free, rich in iron, and 100% natural and preservative-free, making them the perfect add-ons to your cat’s daily meals!
Different varieties - Doggie Dabbas’ Meow Chows (or high protein cat treats) include chicken bits, liver bits, and fish bits. We also offer sardine fish oil - a natural Omega 3 supplement.
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- Avoid treats that are rich in wheat, soy, and corn as cats and carbs don’t go well together.
- Avoid treats with added sweeteners.
- Stay away from cat treats with artificial flavors and preservatives.
- Avoid treats with added sodium as excess sodium or salt can cause dehydration.
Doggie Dabbas & Meow Chow has carefully curated cat treats keeping the above factors in mind, to ensure that your feline friend enjoys treats without worrying about any negative repercussions.
The healthiest cat treats are those which are high in protein, are wheat, gluten and soy-free, rich in iron, and are 100% natural and preservative-free.
Treats should make up no more than 10% of your cat's overall diet. Remember moderation is very important.
The difference between cat food and cat treats is the same as the difference between a meal and a snack. Cat food is a completely balanced meal, while cat treats are used mainly for intermittent or supplementary feeding, or for training purposes.
Cat treats are made of fish, chicken, and even chicken liver.
Yes, too many cat treats can cause diarrhea. This is why you must ensure that cat treats only makeup 10% of your cat’s food intake, and not more.