May 05, 2021 3 min read

Halloween may look a little different this year, but you can still have the joys of trick-or-treating with your dog! Check out our favorite Halloween-friendly treats for your furry friend.

Fewer people may go out trick-or-treating this year, but you can still celebrate Halloween fun with your dog. Whether you’re dressed up in costume or staying relaxed at home, Halloween treats shouldn’t just be for people! Let your dog get into the spooky fun with natural chews that support healthy chewing and dental habits.

With all of the Halloween candy and festive food that you might have in your house this October, your dog might get tempted to eat something they shouldn’t. We always advise you to keep candy stored up high and away from your dog as sugary foods, especially chocolate, can be very dangerous for your pet to eat. A great way to keep your dog from getting into unsafe foods is to keep them satisfied with a special treat of their own. These special dog chews are perfect for keeping your dog entertained on a spooky Halloween night.

Stuffed shin bones

Stuffed shin bones are a great treat filled with fun – and their bone shape makes them perfect for Halloween! Made from a center-cut beef shin bone, stuffed shin bones work well for strong chewers and larger breeds that may chew through traditional treats too quickly.

The best part? These shin bones are stuffed with mouth-watering fillings, and you can choose from multiple different types. Bully Stuffed Shin Bones are filled with a bully blend that is highly digestible and has the bully stick taste that dogs love in a long-lasting bone made for power chewers.

Our favorite option, the Peanut Butter Stuffed Shin Bone is filled with a peanut butter blend that is a delectable and traditional blend and works best for hard chewers. If your dog loves peanut butter, this is the perfect trick-or-treat to give them on Halloween.

Venison jerky

If you want your dog to do some tricks this Halloween for their treats, our Venison Jerky Dog Treats are a perfect choice. These venison jerky dog treats are made with real venison and have the chewy jerky texture that dogs enjoy. You can either give your dog a whole piece as a chew or cut them up into smaller pieces to use as a reward for practicing different tricks.

There is nothing to fear with this treat as our venison jerky is free from artificial preservatives, colors, or flavors and is made from only two natural ingredients: venison and vegetable glycerin! This treat works best for light chewers and can be enjoyed by dogs of all ages and sizes.

Small goat horn

May your Halloween be filled with ghosts, ghouls, and goat horns! Our Small Goat Horn is a single-ingredient, natural dog chew full of tasty marrow and naturally occurring nutrients such as calcium and phosphorous. The goat horn is made of keratin which supports skin and coat health in dogs.

This chew is great for hard chewers and, like all of our chews, helps promote healthy, clean teeth and gums. To make this treat extra special for Halloween, spread a small layer of peanut butter on the horn for your dog to lick off.

Jumbo flat cow ears

If you plan on having a small gathering with multiple dogs, our Jumbo Flat Cow Ears are the perfect party treat for your dogs. Cow ears make a great, natural alternative to rawhide and work well for dogs of all chewing abilities. Small and medium dogs will consider this a chew, while larger dogs may consume this more quickly as a treat. Cow ears are low in fat, highly digestible, and almost odor-free.

These jumbo flat cow ears are free of artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives, and come in a multipack that is perfect for sharing with friends.

With these chew options, your dog can have a safe and exciting trick-or-treating experience on Halloween! Make sure to always supervise your dog when giving them any sort of chew or treat and to provide them with clean, fresh water throughout the night.


Check out our blog for more dog tips and tricks – including this post about 5 tips for a dog-friendly Halloween.

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