October 26, 2021 3 min read

Did you know that 70-90 percent of a dog’s muscles are made up of collagen? Injuries happen, and there are ways to avoid them — although, as owners, we can only do so much. How about for dogs that regularly deal with muscular and joint injuries? 

Supplemental collagen is a great way to improve the health of your dog’s joints. Best of all, you can give your dog all they need by providing them with healthy treats. 

Now, you love to treat your dogs to the best of the best, and that’s what makes our collagen dog chews an excellent choice for any dog. Filled with vitamins and nutrients, they can boost the health of your dog. But how does it help? And why should your dog be regularly eating collagen treats? 

What Is Collagen? 

Collagen is a naturally occurring product that is derived from animal and vegetable sources. Collagen can be found in the following sources: 

  • Beans, berries, and leafy greens
  • Fowl like chicken, ducks, eggs, and turkey
  • The bone, scales, and skin of fish
  • The bones, cartilage, and hides of cows
  • Pigs’ bones and skin

That’s the best thing: collagen doesn’t have to be given to your dog as some laboratory-created supplement. Instead, you can give your dog the best of the best through natural ingredients. Our collagen for dogs provides just that, giving them the nutrition they need, when they need it. 

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How Collagen Helps Your Dog’s Health — Especially Their Joints 

Most of all, collagen can help prevent injuries in dogs, while potentially improving the state of conditions ailing them. It can help with issues such as: 

  • Elbow and hip dysplasia
  • Ligament damage
  • Patellar subluxations

It helps because joint health is largely determined by the amount of collagen found in the joint. Based on that, it’s important that they have enough collagen in their joints to keep them healthy as they age. 

But there is the crux of the issue: as we age, the production of collagen slows. It explains why our skin loses elasticity as we age. This is what makes collagen dog chews essential. 

It will give them the necessary nutrients they need to age gracefully, protecting their joints against the usual symptoms of aging. 

Overall, it can improve your dog’s health in the following ways: 

  • Improving the health of connective tissues in joints
  • Restoring skin elasticity
  • Softening and smoothing out your dog’s coat
  • Soothing gastrointestinal issues 
  • Improving dental health 

Why Your Dog Will Love Collagen

Now, while you might want your dog to enjoy some collagen chews, you can’t sell them on them by simply saying, “But they’re good for you!” That’s where the true benefit of collagen chews and collagen sticks comes in. 

While collagen is excellent for your dog’s health, your dog is going to love our collagen treats for the taste and chewing they offer. 

All-natural and long-lasting, they give your dog a treat they won’t want to put down until they’re finished. After that, they’ll be begging to be given another!

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When Should You Give Your Dog Collagen Chews? 

Dogs love to chew, so it’s best to give them their treat whenever they’re beginning to look bored, anxious, and energized. Destructive chewing tends to happen when dogs are feeling as if they’re at their limits. They need a way to get their energy out and the easiest way to do so is to grab something nearby and chew it to their heart’s desire. 

So keep an eye on your dog. You want to give it to them when they look as if they need to get some energy out. It’s a small way to show that you love them while allowing them to release some physical and mental energy. 

Best of all, you may see your dog walking a little easier after enough time and treats. 

Explore Our All-Natural Collagen Sticks

Looking to improve your dog’s joint health? Now is the time to treat them to collagen chews and sticks. Long-lasting and all-natural, they provide your dog with pure collagen, which they’ll need to continue living their best life into their senior years. 

Better yet, your dog will feel improvements far beyond their joint health. Suddenly, their coat is shinier, their stomach is feeling better, and their teeth feel better than ever. Help your dog out by giving them supplemental collagen. 

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