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We believe that it is important for you to know what goes in to the food you buy for your dog. Here is some information about all the yummy ingredients that go into our treats. No nasty additives or preservatives here! 


Pumpkin is low in calories so great for dogs that need to lose some weight. Packed with Carbs and Vitamin E. They also contain carotenoids with keep their Skin & eyes healthy.

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Sweet Potato 

Sweet Potatoes are great for the digestive system, low in fat and packed with disease fighting antioxidants. Vitamin A & Fiber

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Dogs really benefit from this super food. Packed with vitamins A, B, C & K. Beta- carotene and Iron. Your dog will only need 1 – 3 tablespoons a day to really feel the benefits


Coconut Oil

Coconut is amazing for dogs. It is anti-inflammatory, fights bacteria and fungi. Great for digestion. Lauric acid which is great for the fur and thought to help with skin complaints. It is high in fat, so small doses only

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Apples are a great source of A & C. Great for keeping your dog’s teeth clean and breath fresh! Low in Protein and fat making them an excellent snack for an older pooch. Always remove the core

Green Apples


Cranberries are rich in antioxidants which help to support the immune system. They are high in fiber, so great for lowering the risks of diabetes and heart disease 

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Carrots are an excellent source of Fiber, Vitamin A & Potassium. Low in Calories. Frozen whole, they also make great natural chew for your puppy!



Meat provides dogs with lots of Protein, vitamins & minerals:

Chicken – Omega 6 low in fat. Amino Acids

Duck – Rich in Iron & easy to digest protein. Amino Acids. Duck is sometimes recommended to dogs that have food allergies

Turkey – Protein, Riboflavin and phosphorous

Beef - high in protein, iron, zinc, selenium and vitamins B3,B6 & B12

Pork - Thiamine (B1) essential mineral for cell function. Packed with Amino Acids

Venison – High in minerals like Zinc, phosphorous & Iron. A good source of B vitamins. A great option for dogs who may have allergies to other protein sources like beef and chicken.

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Tomatoes are a great source of Vitamins A & C so great for their eyes and skin. Only give dogs ripe fruit

Cherry Tomatoes

Peanut Butter - Xylitol free

Xylitol is an artificial sweetener and can be fatal to dogs. Dog friendly peanut Butter is full of protein and healthy fats. Also packed with Folic acid and Magnesium

Shelled Peanuts


Blueberries are packed with vitamins A & K to help support the immune system. High in Fiber & low in fat



Bananas are packed with potassium & Vitamin C. A great source of B6, Biotin, copper & manganese. They are high in sugar so these are best for an occasional treat not every day!

Banana bunches


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