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SWEET POTATO AND BANANA

Our human treats that dogs can eat are not pet food. They’re just real food. Really good. Real food.

These aren’t some mystery morsels made inside a lab; these are ingredients grown by organic farmers with care and love. We’ve banished additives, artificial colors, and preservatives, only using pure and simple food, nurtured in the soil, and fed by the sunshine and rain.

What you see is what you get, and what you get are just whole ingredients that are good for you and your pets.

 

Organic ground oats Oats provide a source of energy to the body, vitamin B, which helps maintain a healthy coat, and linoleic acid, a type of omega-6 fatty acid required for skin health.
Organic cane molasses Cane molasses is rich in minerals like iron and potassium, which help promote healthy blood pressure and bone health. It also contains beneficial antioxidants and B vitamins (like B6), which help support nutrient metabolism and cellular maintenance.
Organic sweet potato Sweet potatoes provide an excellent source of dietary fiber, which helps the digestive system function optimally. Sweet potatoes are also rich in vitamins A and B6, calcium, potassium, and iron.
Organic sunflower oil Sunflower oil provides dogs with essential omega-6 fatty acids needed for healthy skin, a lustrous coat, and immune health.
Organic banana Bananas are high in potassium (needed for the nervous system and muscle contractions), vitamin B6 (needed for energy metabolism), and vitamin C. Bananas are also high in fiber (supports digestive health), and magnesium (needed for the nervous system, muscle contractions and metabolic processes).
Organic flaxseed Flaxseeds are small, nutty-flavored seeds (sometimes called linseeds) that contain omega-3 and -6 fatty acids (beneficial for healthy skin & coat and immune health), fiber (supports digestive health), and plant chemicals called lignans.
Organic apple cider vinegar Apple cider vinegar is made by extracting the juice from crushed apples and mixing it with beneficial bacteria and yeast. This starts the process of fermentation, through which natural sugars are converted to alcohol and, eventually, apple cider vinegar, a go-to natural remedy for hundreds of years.
Baking soda Baking soda acts as a leavening agent.