INGREDIENTS WE USE AND WHY WE USE THEM…

 Acorn Squash | Apples | Bananas | Blueberries | Carob | Carrots | Cheese | Cinnamon | Coconut Flour | Cranberries | Fish Oil | Flaxseed/Flax Meal | Garbanzo Bean Flour | Green Beans | Honey | Molasses | Oats | Olive Oil | Peanut Butter | Pumpkin | Quinoa | Salmon | Sweet Potatoes | Wheat GermZucchini

acorn squash healthy for dogs

Acorn Squash

Squash is rich in vitamin A which enhances your dog’s eyesight. It can also be a good supplement for dogs who are suffering from blurring of vision. It is also rich in vitamin C which boosts the immune system. Squash is also a good source of fiber which is recommended for dogs suffering from constipation.

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apples

Apples

Apples are a good source of vitamins A & C and dietary fiber.  Great for breeds prone to hip dysplasia as the vitamin C prevents degeneration of joints.  Natural compounds in apples are believed to have some forms of cancer-fighting properties.
Apples are a good source of malic acid which stimulates the production of saliva, acts as an antiseptic that reduces bad breath and infection-causing bacteria, strengthens the heart and muscles and immune system.

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bananas

Bananas

Bananas are an energy food that contains almost no fat. High in potassium; potassium prevents weakening of the bones and helps with both diarrhea and constipation, replenishing lost electrolytes. Bananas have high amounts of B6; B6 acts as an anti-inflammatory that helps prevent cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and contributes to the maintenance of the lymphoid glands which produce white blood cells that protect against infection.

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blueberries healthy for dogs

Blueberries

Blueberries are a super food, rich in antioxidants-cancer fighters.  Known to control blood sugar levels and improve cardiovascular health. Can aid in eye health by protecting the retina from oxidation.  Blueberries also aid in cell repair for active dogs and improve cognitive function in older dogs.

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carob

Carob

Carob is a chocolate substitute made from the seed pods of the carob tree that tastes almost identical to chocolate but is safe for dogs. It boasts vitamins B1, A, iron and other minerals.

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carrots healthy for dogs

Carrots

Carrots are an excellent source of antioxidants and phytonutrients, which help protect the heart and reduce the risk of cancer. Rich source of beta-carotene, a precursor to Vitamin A, which is essential for good vision, especially night vision. Carrots benefit diabetic dogs by regulating blood sugar levels and puppies or dogs who are having trouble naturally expressing his or her anal glands. Also contribute to a dog’s healthy skin and glossy coat and is great for overweight dogs.

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Cheese

Cheese is rich in calcium, supporting oral health, including bone and blood health. Good source of vitamin k2, important for heart, brain and bones.

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cinnamon healthy for dogs

Cinnamon

Cinnamon eases stomach upset, alleviates pain due to some cancers, especially bone cancer and has an anti-inflammatory effect, aiding with arthritis and other joint problems. It helps prevent heart disease, lowers blood pressure, cholesterol levels and can benefits diabetic dogs by regulating blood sugar levels. Cinnamon also boosts energy, vitality, circulation, cognitive function and overall brain health.

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Coconut Flour

Coconut Flour is made up of a beneficial fatty acid chain called Lauric acid, which once synthesized, helps fight and destroy viruses and boosts the immune system. Coconut flour protects against illnesses, accelerates healing, promotes skin and coat health and improves digestion.

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cranberries healthy for dogs

Cranberries

Cranberries are high in vitamin C,  improve urinary tract health and are especially beneficial to dogs experiencing any kidney issues.

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fish oil healthy for dogs

Fish Oil

Fish Oil improves the coat and skin, regulates the immune system and lowers blood pressure. It reduces inflammation due to conditions such as arthritis, allergies, and inflammatory bowel disease. Aids in mental development of fetuses and puppies and improves cognitive function in older dogs. Provides support for dogs with kidney disease, heart disease and cancer and promotes weight loss in overweight dogs.

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Flaxseed/Flax Meal

Flax seed is rich in omega-3 fatty acids which can boost your dog’s health, aid in the treatment of cancer and play a major role in maintaining their immune system. Flax seed improves the texture of their coat, making for full, shinier hair and can help reduce allergy symptoms. It is an anti-inflammatory it aids in the treatment of arthritis and inflammatory bowel disease and reduces risk of heart disease.

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Garbanzo Bean Flour

Garbanzo Bean Flour is a highly digestible protein and a natural fiber that can ease constipation. It is rich in lecithin, potassium, and vitamins A, B and C.

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Green Beans

Green Beans are rich in vitamin K which helps speed up healing by stimulating blood clotting in the case of wounds. They also contain high amounts of vitamin C that boosts the immune system to defend against most diseases, including cancer; vitamin C also helps to speed up healing. Green Beans can benefit diabetic dogs by regulating blood sugar levels and are great for overweight dogs.

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honey

Honey

Honey increases energy levels, is a good source of antioxidants and helps ease symptoms of allergies.  It is a digestive aid and can benefits dogs with gastrointestinal problems.

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molasses healthy for dogs

Molasses

Molasses is effective in combating both acute and chronic ailments and is used in the treatment of arthritis.

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Oats

Oats are rich in magnesium, iron, zinc and several B vitamins.  They aid in digestion and help achieve hormonal balance. Oats help lower cholesterol and reduce the risk of heart disease and diabetes as well as being an anti-inflammatory and anti-tumor compound.

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Olive Oil

Olive Oil encourages weight loss by breaking down the fat inside fat cells and promotes optimal health.  It arms the immune system so it can efficiently fight off disease. Olive oil is a brain food that helps prevent the cognitive decline associated with aging. Circulation improves and breathing comes more easily (especially good for bulldogs). Helps contribute to a dog’s healthy skin and glossy coat as well as providing an energy boost.

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Peanut Butter

Peanut Butter is great for diabetic dogs, having just the right balance of proteins and carbohydrates to assist in sugar metabolism. It is great for bad breath and rich with antioxidants. Peanut Butter contains omega fatty acids which is heart healthy and excellent for their coat.

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pumpkin healthy for dogs

Pumpkin

Pumpkin aids in weight loss, healthy digestion and is used in the treatment of diarrhea and constipation.

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quinoa

Quinoa

Quinoa is a high fiber “super food”.  It is high in protein and aids in tissue repair, especially good for active dogs. Quinoa also has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.

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salmon healthy for dogs

Salmon

Salmon contains high level of Omega 3 oils that support heart health, vision and joint health. It helps the body absorb nutrients, promotes skin and coat health, reduces inflammation and supports a healthy and balanced immune function.

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sweet-potato

Sweet Potatoes

Sweet Potatoes have a large amount of vitamin A, critical in maintaining proper eye health. Contain omega-3 fatty acids that have the ability to prevent heart disease and increase brain stamina. Classified as an anti-diabetic food as they help stabilize blood sugar levels, lowering insulin resistance.  They also strengthen dogs bones and teeth.

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Wheat Germ

Wheat germ offers many healthful benefits for dogs. It is a vital source of numerous vitamins and nutrients. Wheat germ contains high levels of B complex, which can boosts a dog’s immunity. It is also high in vitamin E, which can help prevent against heart disease and cancer. Wheat germ also provides dogs with a great source of zinc and iron.

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Zucchini

Zucchini are rich in vitamin C that boosts the immune system to defend against most diseases, including cancer. Vitamin C also helps to speed up healing.  Zucchini are a good source of vitamin B6; B6 acts as an anti-inflammatory that helps prevent cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and contributes to the maintenance of the lymphoid glands which produce white blood cells that protect against infection. The skin of the zucchini contains the nutrient beta-carotene, which is known to be full of antioxidants which helps to protect cells against oxidation damage.

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