Natural treats as healthy as they are delicious
Show your love with Hill’s Treats – fun snacks made with natural ingredients for the right balance of flavor and nutrition in every satisfying bite. Available in crunchy, soft-baked and jerky varieties, they’re a tasty way to let your dog know just how super special they are.
NATURAL SOFT SAVORIES
Soft and mouthwatering
Available in Beef & Cheddar, Chicken & Yogurt and Peanut Butter & Banana
Natural Flexi-Stix Jerky
With real beef or turkey
Meaty flavor plus daily support for joint health
Grain Free Soft Baked Naturals
Soft and grain free
Available in Beef & Sweet Potatoes, Chicken & Carrots and Duck & Pumpkin
Natural Fruity Crunchy Snacks
With real apples or cranberries
Crunchy snacks with real fruit pieces
Natural Baked Light Biscuits
Made with real chicken
Low calorie snacks that won’t pack on the pounds
Natural Jerky Strips
With real beef or chicken
Meaty flavor that’ll get tails wagging
Natural Training Soft & Chewy Treats
Made with real chicken
Only 3 calories per treat for the perfect reward
Make it a special moment with tasty, healthy Hill’s treats
We all love to treat our dogs. But there’s a right way to do it so you gain extra togetherness without your dog gaining extra weight.
Strengthen the bond
Treats are an important way to bond. Both you and your furry friend benefit from the love and affection shared through giving and receiving delicious, healthy dog treats.
Give positive reinforcement
Whether they’ve learned new tricks or made positive changes in behavior, giving your dog training treats is a great way to reward your pet for doing an amazing job.
Ease your pet’s mind at stressful times
Moving houses or visiting the vet clinic can take an emotional toll on dogs. Reassure your pet by giving lots of praise, affection and tasty treats.
Tips on how to treat your dog
Pet parents’ hearts melt to see their dogs excited for delicious treats, but what’s the best way to give them to your pet?
Bonding can happen anywhere
When you’re snuggled up on the couch next to your dog, give a treat as a lovely surprise to reinforce your affection for your pet.
Give treats while your dog is calm, not when they’re overly excited
Let your dog smell the treat and wait for them to sit in anticipation — that’s the perfect time to reward your pet for their good behavior.
Avoid giving treats right before or after mealtime
This will help your dog to distinguish between regular food and a special prize, and also prevent begging at the dinner table.
Think outside the box
While it’s important to avoid feeding human foods, pet parents can also indulge their pets with wet foods to show their love and appreciation.
Give your dog treats – but not too many
To find out how many treats per day for a dog, check the package or ask your veterinarian.