Dog Treats: What to Get & When to Give Them

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Your dog brings you joy every day --- whether they are bounding to the door to see you or proudly trotting around with their newest squeak toy --- these simple actions are pure happiness. Naturally, you want to return that joy to your dog.

Treating your dog is a great way to bond with him and show how much you care and love him. Dog treats can be used as rewards for good behavior and as part of training.

We offer the perfect treat for your perfect dog and we go beyond just the plain old, dry dog biscuits! And you can feel good about indulging him with one of Hill’s® healthy, high quality dog snacks. Browse our wide variety of flavors for great taste and great nutrition in perfect harmony.

 
Science Diet® Dog Treats
Ideal Balance™ Dog Treats
Prescription Diet® Dog Treats
  • Made in the USA
  • Great taste guaranteed, or, your money back
  • Natural ingredients
  • No corn
  • No artificial colors, flavors or preservatives
  • Natural
  • Real chicken as #1 ingredient
  • Grain free with NO corn, wheat, soy, added artificial preservatives, colors or flavors
  • Made in USA
  • Great taste backed by a 100% guarantee
  • Designed to complement the nutrition found in Hill's® Prescription Diet® dog food
Dental Chews with Real Vegetables

View all Science Diet® dog treats
Oven-Baked Chicken & Apples
Soft-Baked Beef & Sweet Potatoes

View all Ideal Balance™ dog treats
Hypo-Treats
Metabolic Advanced Weight Solution Treats

View all Prescription Diet® dog treats,


It’s important to only feed dog treats as a snack --- they should not be more than 10% of your dog’s daily nutrition --- and make them a part of a healthy routine.

If you prefer to make treats for your dog, try this homemade dog treat recipe.

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