Why we use the ingredients we do

We take great pride in our treats, feeling strongly that we offer a wholesome, nutritional snack. We are NOT nutritionists, veterinarians, dieticians, or any other type of food pro. However, we have done our homework, and have spent significant time researching websites, pet cookbooks, having conversations with veterinarians, etc to be certain that we are providing safe treats that can help support a healthy diet. This list is not all inclusive when it comes to all of the ingredients we use, but it includes those that are used most often or presented questions from customers.

Apple Cider Vinegar: anti-oxidant, anti-bacterial, helps balance pH levels

 Bananas:  good source of vitamins B6 and C, dietary fiber, manganese, potassium

Beef Liver:  many times the nutrients of muscle meat, large amounts of vitamins A & B, iron, trace minerals, good source of protein

 Blueberries: super food for dogs as well as their humans. Contains anti-oxidants, fiber

 Brown Rice Flour: a whole grain, can help lower blood sugar levels , highly digestible, gluten free, good source of fiber

 Cinnamon: anti-inflammatory properties, slows bacteria growth, helps regulate blood sugar

 Coconut Oil: anti-oxidant properties, helps with absorption of other minerals, aids in digestion, improves their coats

 Flaxseed: softens and shines coat, omega-6 fatty acids, anti oxidant, boosts immune system, anti-imflammatory properties, supports digestive health

 Garbanzo Bean Flour: easily digested, high in protein. Provides folic acid, potassium, fiber, iron, magnesium, copper, zinc, and phosphorus; these qualities may help lower blood pressure and aid in heart health

 Ground Beef: great source of protein, iron, zinc, selenium, and vitamins B-D-E-and K

 Ground Pork: high in protein

 Oat Flour:  a nutritious grain, not just filler; may help reduce cholesterol, good source of fiber, gluten free, may protect against heart disease

 Olive Oil: can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease & diabetes, boosts the immune system, rich in anti-oxidants

 Pumpkin: Contains soluble fiber which helps slow digestion, vitamin A, vitamin C, beta-carotene, zinc. Aids in managing both diarrhea and consitipation

 Salmon: another great source of omega-3 fatty acids that support the immune system, may decrease inflammation, healthly coat, good source of protein

 Shrimp: rich source of protein, promotes heart and brain health thanks to the omega 3 fatty acids

 Strawberries:  protects the heart, raises good cholesterol, packed with vitamins and fiber, high levels of anti-oxidants

 Sweet Potato: High in fiber for digestive health, low in fat, contains Vitamin C, B12, and manganese, beta- carotene, a complex carbohydrate

Tuna: high quality protein with almost no fat, contains all essential amino acids, more of those healthy omega 3 fatty acids