Our Fur- babies matter more to us than words can ever explain, so of course, we want to give them nothing but the best nutritionally.
Like us, their health, mental wellbeing, agility, and longevity can be greatly improved by a good wholesome dietary intake.
To go a long way towards this, I wanted to use ethically sourced, natural ingredients that come with well known health benefits, That way, both you and I, have the peace of mind knowing that their wee rewards for training, good behaviour or just because we love them, wont be harmful but in fact may benefit them in the long run. PLEASE NOTE : when introducing any new food to your dogs diet for the first time, please do so gradually to avoid an upset tummy
Keeps fur looking healthy and shiny
Keep dogs fuller for longer without excess calories
Rich in antioxidants
Enhance immune system
May help lower blood pressure
Helps with arthritis
Keeps bowels regular
Aids fresh breath
Improve heart health
Reduce risk of diabetes
Helps manage joint pain
Relieves digestive discomfort, prevents nausea and car sickness
Reduces symptoms of stress/anxiety
PLEASE READ ON for a more detailed description of which ingredient offers which benefit.
· Maintain A Healthy Coat - The vitamin B in oats helps keeps your dogs’ fur looking healthy.
· May Help Lower Blood Pressure - Oats contain antioxidants, specifically avenanthramides. This is thought to help lower blood pressure and lead to better circulation.
· Keep Your Dog Fuller for longer - Being rich in carbohydrates, oats help your dog feel full quicker and for longer, without excess calories.
· Reduce Constipation - With a considerable amount of fibre, oats will help keep your dog regular and stop constipation.
· Rich in Antioxidants
· Aids fresh breath and makes an effective toothpaste
· Believed to prevent the spread of cancer cells and enhances the immune system
· Repels fleas
· It soothes and heals cuts, wounds, bites and stings when applied directly
· It’s a natural anti-inflammatory and helps with arthritis
· Great for the brain and nervous system; liver converts MCTs into Ketones and is the ideal food for the brain, preventing cognitive decline in aging pets
· Coconut oil is a thermogenic oil that stimulates the metabolism, helping a dog lose weight
· Reduces the risk of Diabetes by regulating their blood pressure and raising their insulin resistance
· Relieves Digestive Discomfort, cinnamon could help soothe their side effects, including nausea, heartburn, gas, and vomiting
· Improves Heart Health by regulating their blood pressure and raising their insulin resistance
· Cinnamon Reduces Inflammation. If your dog has arthritis or inflammation that affects their mobility, eating cinnamon can help manage their joint pain and reduce swelling.
· Cinnamon is rich in antioxidants such as polyphenols that work to defend dogs against neurological disorders. Antioxidants also shield your dog’s body from damage by things like inflammation, pollution, smoke and fumes, and sun exposure
· Ginger is similar to Cinnamon in so many ways, but the biggest benefit of ginger is its ability to settle an upset stomach, preventing nausea and aid digestion. Anecdotal evidence there for all to see, and some studies provide evidence that ginger can help prevent nausea in various situations ranging from car sickness to chemotherapy.
· In terms of holistic treatment, it could benefit your pooch. A homemade dog-friendly ginger biscuit before a car trip could help to prevent motion sickness.
TURMERIC AND BLACK PEPPER
Of turmeric’s many benefits, its role as a powerful antioxidant may be the most promising. Antioxidants are important because they can help fight dangerous “free radicals” –often linked to heart disease, cancer, vision loss, inflammation through arthritis or injury, infections through skin allergies and other chronic health conditions.
· Carob is made from the bean pods of the carob tree; is 100% natural and 100% healthy for dogs and gives them great health benefits. Carob is high in vitamin B2, calcium, magnesium, and iron. Carob also contains vitamin B1, niacin and vitamin A. Most fruit and veg we have in our daily diets are nutritious, and carob is no exception!
· Carob is also a great source of fibre and pectin, helping to eliminate toxins. This super food improves digestion, lowers cholesterol, and can be used to treat diarrhoea. It also allows for better absorption of calcium.
Dogs’ bodies unlike humans, can naturally produce Vitamin C. However, there are times in their lives when this ability is greatly reduced and would benefit from a Vit C boost. Stress is the best-known cause of vitamin C depletion in dogs. Physical stress comes in many forms: gestation, lactation, growth, vaccinations, injuries, or illness. Emotional stress, whether caused by relocation, weaning, or demanding training, can also deplete this reserve. My treats have a very small amount of Vitamin C in them and is mainly used as a natural way of preservation, rather than medicinal. As a result, any dog under stress will benefit from my treats and will be a helpful supplement to any dogs’ diet.
Beetroot offer nutritional benefits to humans and dogs alike. This makes a treat of a beetroot snack suitable as part of a dog’s balanced diet. They’re low on calories, but jam-packed with essential nutrients. Notable nutrients include vitamin C (a natural antioxidant), folate (vitamin B9), iron (note that many senior dogs suffer from iron deficiency), potassium, magnesium, manganese, calcium, and dietary fibre. These micronutrients can work wonders for your dog’s immune system and digestion, and they also give your dog a healthy coat and skin. It’s common for veterinarians to suggest adding small amounts of beetroot to the diet of a dog who is struggling with fur loss, stomach issues, or unhealthy skin.
Peanuts are a powerhouse food that contain essential nutrients, such as vitamin B6, vitamin E, phosphorus, potassium and good, healthy fats!
As with all treats, please feed in moderation so that they get full the benefit of these healthy elements such as Improving Dog Skin and Coat, Lower High Cholesterol and make them Stronger and more Energetic
All my treats have been lab tested and approved by Huson & Hardwick, a division of Alex Stewart (Agriculture) Ltd.
Trading Standards have registered this business under class R5 (Manufacture of Pet Food) Reg No.: GB780C701