Chuckleberry Chews FAQ
Why should I buy Chuckleberry Chews over other market treats?
- are the freshest, most nutritious treat on the market
- have no contamination from handling meat treats
- are a good accompaniment to commercial or raw food diet
- are high in nutrients
- contain easy to digest ingredients
- provide a great source of electrolytes for active dogs
- are high in enzymes, something dogs who eat commercial food often lack
- are high in fiber and good for digestion
How are Chuckleberry Chews made?
We start by mixing three superfoods together in the right proportions to get the perfect texture. The mixture is then molded by hand in small batches. No heating or baking is involved, leaving our all-natural nutrients intact and giving your dog the most nutritious treat available.
The treats are bagged and shipped immediately to you and your furry friend!
Are the ingredients in Chuckleberry Chews safe?
Our ingredients aren’t just safe, they are healthy! Studies have shown that dates have no adverse effects on blood sugar and actually improve triglycerides and antioxidant stress levels. It has also been observed that animals in the wild eat both dates and carob.
How many treats should I give my dog?
Small Dogs: 1/2 to 1 treat daily
Medium and Large Dogs: 1 to 2 treats daily
How should I store my Chuckleberry Chews?
Chuckleberry Chews do not need to be refrigerated. Open the bag by cutting off the top. To store, just fold and seal with the included paw print sticker. You can also store in a resealable bag or other airtight container.
How long will Chuckleberry Chews last?
There are 14 chews in a bag. We recommend using the chews up within 14 days (if they last that long!).
When should I feed my dog Chuckleberry Chews?
Wags In The Woods recommends feeding your dog 1 treat daily for special occasions:
- After bath time – you may find that your dog starts to look forward to the next bath (well, maybe)!
- After a walk, hike, swim, run, or playtime
- After a vet visit (with a big hug, too!)
- To celebrate a birthday or adoption day (of course all dogs think every day is a special occasion!)