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We like full transparency so here’s why we use what we use in each of our treats

(All of these products have shown anecdotal evidence that they’re beneficial for pups. As with anything you’re giving to your pup, please consult your veterinarian)


Apples/Applesauce

Applesauce and apples have a lot of fiber, which will help keep your dog's digestion working the best it possibly can. Apples contain vitamin C to help with your dog's bones and muscles

 

Beef Broth

Beef Broth helps with your pup’s joints, skin and coat, increased appetite and also helps to support digestion and a healthy gut.


Carob

Carob is a great source of fiber and pectin, helping to eliminate toxins. Carob helps to improve digestion, lower cholesterol, and can be used to treat diarrhea. It also allows for better absorption of calcium.


Chamomile

Chamomile can help treat mild anxiety, stress and insomnia for pups. Chamomile acts as a natural muscle relaxant and can help to calm down inflamed and/or irritated skin. One final thing that Chamomile can help with is gastrointestinal conditions such as an upset stomach, inflammatory bowel disease and stomach ulcers.


Cheese

Cheese contains protein, calcium, vitamin A, essential fatty acids, and B-complex vitamins.


Cinnamon

Healthy amounts of cinnamon, it can often gift your pup with anti-inflammatory properties, slow bacterial growth, and can even help older and obese pups fight the risk of contracting diabetes by regulating blood sugar and raising their insulin resistance


Citric Acid As a Preservative

People often wonder why we use a preservative in our treats. The simple answer? When using natural ingredients like we do, we run the risk of spoilage or mold. We found that Citric Acid has no effect on the taste and doesn’t have an effect on your pup while keeping our treats good!


Coconut Oil

Coconut Oil is rich in fatty acids and healthy saturated fats which help to make your pup’s coat shiny, relieve allergies and itchy skin, help with bad breath, improve digestion, cognitive function, boost the immune system, increase energy, help to eliminate fleas and ticks and helps to treat arthritis and ligament issues.

 

Honey

Honey can help to boost your pup’s energy, help with allergies, soothe kennel cough, aid in digestion.


Lavender

As many people may already know, lavender helps with general anxiety in pups. Along with anxiety, it can help to settle an upset tummy, help relieve itchy paws, joint pain, allergies and improve sleep patterns of your pup.


Mint

Spearmint can freshen your pup’s breath and repel fleas. Along with this, mint is rich in Vitamin A and C which help support healthy bones, skin and vision as well as immunity. Mint can help soothe an upset stomach or nausea. (It can even help with stinky doggie gas)


Molasses

Molasses is loaded with manganese, which is an antioxidant that helps build healthy bones. It also is full of iron, copper, and other good for your pup minerals.


Noni

The Hawaiian fruit is something you may have never heard of but has been shown to have powerful health benefits for humans and pups alike! The Noni fruit can help to support healthy joints and the immune system.


Parsley

Parsley is high in Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Vitamin K and Fiber. Due to this, parsley helps to support the immune system, vision, promotes liver health, has anti-inflammatory properties and helps with a happy tummy.


Peanut Butter

Peanut butter is an excellent source of protein, heart-healthy fats, vitamin B, niacin and vitamin E.


Pumpkin

Pumpkin contains vitamins like A, C, and E, as well as minerals like iron and potassium. Due to its high soluble fiber content, pumpkin is very good for your dog's digestion. Pumpkin has also been shown to help with vision, skin and coat, and boost your pup’s immune system.