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Tonight the pups got sardines (not anchovy as indicated in the photo)! Here’s what else was in their bowls:
Made from finely ground goat’s carcass, these diets contain organs, muscle meat, bone and other components that make up the whole carcass including tissues and glands. Goat is a favourite for Pebbles and Kingsley, but Grizz has a sensitivity to this particular protein.
My bunch love these stinky, little critters, and they are so good for their skin and coat too! They can easily be used as a treat that doubles as a supplement.
Helps rebalance and cultivate proper growing conditions for friendly digestive flora destroyed through antibiotics and toxins. Aids in the digestion of food and supports a healthy immune system. I have my dogs on this supplement at all times.
Antioxidant Berry Bones (BrindleBerry Creation)
An original BrindleBerry creation, these bones are rich in antioxidants due to their high, dark berry content (i.e. blueberries!). They also contain fresh, organic strawberries and a touch of honey! I always ensure I make extra BrindleBerry Bones with any extras left over from my Berries and Cream BrindleBerry Pops!
Packed with natural probiotics, and the perfect balance of vitamins and minerals, tripe is always a favourite in my home! It stinks, and the dogs LOVE it. If you can handle these in your treat bag, they make excellent training treats too!
Raw goat milk can most easily be absorbed by a variety of mammals and is known as the universal milk, as it contains vitamins, minerals, electrolytes, trace elements, enzymes, protein, and fatty acids.