Pet ownership is increasing, and so is the demand for pet snacks, especially dog snacks, including chewing gum. Producing dog snack chewing gum is a complex process involving mixing machines, extruders, cooling tunnels, cutting machines, and packaging machines. Raw materials used in dog snack chewing gum production include gum base, sweeteners, flavorings, fillers, and preservatives. Quality control and testing are essential to ensure the final product meets standards. Dog snack chewing gum should be packaged in bags or containers with the product name, ingredients, and nutritional information. The FDA regulates pet food production, and groups in the industry have set up voluntary guidelines. Manufacturers should use high-quality raw materials, implement rigorous quality control measures, continuously monitor and optimize the production process, and stay informed about changing consumer preferences and trends. Dog snack chewing gum is safe to consume and can help clean a dog's teeth, but pet owners should monitor their pets and consult a veterinarian if they have concerns.