Beware of These Dog Treat Brands 

The selection of dog treats is practically unlimited, making it difficult to decide which ones to buy for your canine companion or to train a puppy.  

These delicacies' ingredients might catch you off guard. 

A lot of them include wheat flour, which is bad for your pet, as well as preservatives and other additives that aren't necessary.  

The fact that Ol' Roy has been on the market for a while gives many pet owners faith in the product.  

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The first element is wheat, which is usually something you should stay away from. 

Your dog's digestive system may not be able to handle the abundance of artificial colors and unpredictable food leftovers. 

You should be aware that your dog may experience gastrointestinal distress due to the presence of various artificial colors and food byproducts. 

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