Frequently asked Happy Howie’s product questions for your convenience.
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What is in your treats?
The main ingredient in all our treats is the protein. So, for our beef treats, the main ingredient is beef. Our turkey is simply turkey meat that has been mechanically separated from the bones. For the lamb sausages, we use a combination of muscle and organ meat. The second ingredient is rice flour on all our treats and then we add natural preservatives.
Can all Happy Howie’s treats be fed to puppies?
Yes. Check with your vet on how much your puppy can have because puppies have different dietary needs than grown dogs.
Can I freeze Happy Howie’s treats?
Yes. You can freeze any of our treats. Just make sure you thaw it for at least 24 hours before feeding it to your dog.
Do I need to refrigerate Happy Howie’s treats?
The only treats in the Happy Howie’s line that need refrigeration, and only after opening, are our Soft Meat Roll Treats. All other treats should be stored in a sealed bag in a dark, cool place.
Your sausages and burgers seem very hard. Is that normal?
It depends. We make the sausages and burgers to take longer to chew than soft treats. Here are a few steps you can take when feeding our treats:
- Use a knife and a cutting block to cut into smaller pieces and save unused pieces in a plastic bag.
- Microwave the treat for no more than 7 seconds.
Where can I buy Happy Howie’s?
Happy Howie’s treats are available throughout the United States and online. Please visit our store locator to find a store in your area. We try to keep the information as up to date as possible, but we cannot list all the stores that stock Happy Howie’s. Prior to visiting a store, please contact the store to make sure they sell the product you are seeking. If a store near you does not stock.
I’ve heard garlic can be toxic to dogs, why do you put it in your treats?
Garlic contains many healthy components, such as amino acids, sulfur, zinc, potassium, phosphorus, and vitamins. At very low doses, garlic can be beneficial for your pet’s health. Most pet foods have very low concentrations of garlic and have been tested by pet food manufacturers with no toxic effects observed. But remember that these foods have been tested, and it is not the same as giving your dog garlic at home. Answer courtesy of PetMD