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Ingredients in Shelf Treats

We went to a local market, and checked out some of there top selling treats, here are the ingredients that found, so you can judge for yourself what your dog is eating:
 
Corn, Gluten Meal, Sugar, Glycerin, Hydrogenated Starch, Bacon Fat, Blue Dye #14, Yellow  #5, Red Dye #40, Hydrolysate, Wheat Flour.
    These are the ingredients in "Beggin Strips"
 
Chicken flavoring, Corn Syrup, Soy flour, Corn Starch, Animal fat, Potassium Cloride
     These are the ingredients in " Canine Carry-Outs Beef Flavor"
 
These ingredients are not all good for your pets. The second treat, is Beef flavor, yet not beef in it, only chicken? As we have been saying, our All-Natural treats, are better for your pets, and taste better than the shelf products. So, take the test yourself, look at the top 5 ingredients in your dogs treats, are they all healthy ingredients? If not, for your Dog's sake, give us a try, and see what we can do for your pet.
 
 

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