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    Apple, Kale & Cinnamon

    Home made biscuits, a healthy treat for your dog.

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    Apple, Kale & Cinnamon Angels

    Home made biscuits, a healthy treat for your dog.

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    Bacon Bites

    Did you know that eggs and bacon are OK for your dog to eat as an occasional treat. Eggs are a healthy choice for your pup; bacon isn’t quite as healthy but it’s safe in small amounts. Keep in mind that feeding any new food, especially in large amounts, can give your pup indigestion

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    Banana & Honey Bells

    Did you know that bananas contain high levels of Vitamin B & C, fibre & potassium which may be lacking in your dog’s diet

    Raw honey is rich in vitamins A, B-complex, C, D, E & K and various minerals such as calcium and more

    $8.00 Add to cart
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    Bananas and Bees

    Did you know that bananas contain high levels of Vitamin B & C, fibre & potassium which may be lacking in your dog’s diet

    Raw honey is rich in vitamins A, B-complex, C, D, E & K and various minerals such as calcium and more

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    Carrot Canes

    Did you know that carrots are a great dog snack crunchy, naturally sweet and most dogs really like them. They are loaded with carotenoids, fiber, vitamin C and K (needed for blood clotting), as well as potassium. They have magnesium, manganese, most of the B vitamins and phosphorus, which is required for energy production, among other things.

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    Carrot Chips

    Did you know that carrots are a great dog snack crunchy, naturally sweet and most dogs really like them. They are loaded with carotenoids, fiber, vitamin C and K (needed for blood clotting), as well as potassium. They have magnesium, manganese, most of the B vitamins and phosphorus, which is required for energy production, among other things.

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    Cheesy Chews

    Did you know that cheese is a great treat for a dog as long as they aren’t lactose intolerant, which a small percentage are. Make sure to monitor your dog’s reaction. Opt for low or reduced fat varieties and don’t overfeed, as many cheeses can be high in fat.

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    Fish and Chips

    Oily fishes such as herring, salmon, sardines, mackerel and anchovies are bursting with omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3s do wonders for skin, coat and brain as well as limit inflammatory processes that cause arthritic pain and other chronic canine conditions. (If your dog has any of these conditions, ask your vet if fish oil in capsule form might help too.) Fish are an excellent protein source, with many essential vitamins and minerals.

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    Mint & Parsley Bones

    Did you know that parsley is a source of flavonoids, antioxidants, and vitamins. It also contains lycopene and carotene. Often added to dog treats as a breath freshener or used to soothe the stomach, parsley has a long history of use with dogs.

    Did you know that mint is an aromatic herb which has historically been used to help soothe upset stomachs, reduce gas, reduce nausea, and help with travel sickness. In addition, research is being done which shows that it may have radio-protective effects and can be used to reduce radiation-induced sickness and mortality in animals undergoing chemotherapy. There is no reported toxicity for dogs although very high doses may result in liver or kidney problems.

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