We have researched the various types of dog treat currently available on the market and settled on seven that we feel are perfect for dogs with pancreatitis. They are all less than ten percent fat and can be used to supplement your dog’s main meals without upsetting its condition.
Stewart Pro-Treat Freeze Dried Treats
Although most of the flavors are a low-fat dog treat suitable for dogs with pancreatitis some of the flavors do have a high-fat content. If you do choose to go with these ensure that you stick to either of the four flavors below to keep their fat content inline with what your dog needs.
The image below shows the nutritional breakdown for the beef liver treats. As you can see, the beef liver treats are only five percent fat making them ideal for dogs with pancreatitis.
Stewart Pro-Treat Freeze Dried Treats are made from a single ingredient that has simply been freeze dried. For example, the beef liver treats contain nothing but one hundred percent beef liver. These limited ingredients help to reduce the chance of any digestive upset or allergies flare-ups in your dog too.
Yak Snak Dog Chews
Although they are still rapidly growing in popularity, there are still a large number of independent reviews of Yak Snak Dog Chews online. The image below shows the full ingredient and nutritional breakdown for Yak Snak Dog Chews, as you can see, they are less than one percent fat and perfect for a dog with pancreatitis.
Yak Snak Dog Chews offer a high-quality dog treat that is one hundred percent free from all preservatives, gluten, grain, and lactose. Unlike many bone based treats, these are one hundred percent edible too and have no bone or gristle that may harm your dog.
In addition to being suitable for your dog’s condition, they also have excellent dental benefits for your dog such as tartar and plaque removal while chewing. The production process has been specifically designed to make Yak Snak Dog Chews as tough and long lasting as possible to help keep your dog occupied and happy.
Old Mother Hubbard Crunchy Classic Natural Dog Treats
They are a very popular form of dog treat that are used by owners of all types of dog. This has lead to a large number of independent treat reviews being posted online by third-party dog owners sharing their thoughts on them. The image below shows the full ingredient and nutritional breakdown of Old Mother Hubbard Crunchy Classic Natural Dog Treats. As you can see they are around seven percent fat making them ideal for a dog with pancreatitis.
As you can see, they do contain wheat flour, oatmeal, and bran meaning they may cause some digestive upset in some dogs with issues with grains. At the time of writing they are available in eighteen different flavors to make it as easy as possible for you to find something that your dog will enjoy.
Sancho & Lola’s Closet bully sticks are quickly growing in popularity due to their high-quality and the fact that they are a healthy dog treat that is also suitable for a dog with pancreatitis. The image below shows the full nutritional breakdown for the product and you can see they have only one percent fat in them.
Sancho & Lola’s Closet bully sticks are one hundred percent source and produced inside the united states of America. They are one hundred percent beef that is free from all growth hormones, fillers, and chemical additives.
These bully sticks are fully digestible meaning they will not cause blockages in your dog’s digestive system like many competing rawhide treats can. Unlike some other bull sticks on the market, these are very low odor and will not sink out your home.
Blue Wilderness Wild Bones Grain-Free Dental Chews
The image below shows the full nutritional breakdown Blue Wilderness Wild Bones Grain-Free Dental Chews and as you can see, they are only three percent fat making them ideal for a dog with pancreatitis.
Next up we have beef jerky. When using jerky as a treat source for a dog with pancreatitis, be sure to only use beef as other types of jerky can have a higher fat content. The image below shows the nutritional breakdown for Country Archer Jerky but other brands of jerky may have a different nutritional profile.