Natural Vitamins in Our Freeze-Dried Treats For Happy and Healthy Pets!

Our single-ingredient, freeze-dried treats embody the philosophy 'less is more'. These powerhouse vitamins naturally occur in each bite and their benefits speak for themselves, giving your furry friends not just a treat, but a nutrient-packed experience.

1. Freeze-Dried Chicken: A Protein Punch

Our freeze-dried chicken treats aren't just a savory delight; they're a robust source of essential vitamins. Packed with B vitamins like B6 and B12, your pet gets a natural boost for energy metabolism. Additionally, chicken offers niacin for skin health and selenium for antioxidant support, contributing to an all-around wellness package.

2. Organic Pumpkin: Vitamin A Packed

The vibrant orange of our freeze-dried pumpkin treats isn't just for show. It signals the presence of beta-carotene, a precursor to Vitamin A. This vital nutrient is crucial for vision, immune function, and skin health, making pumpkin a tasty and nutritious addition to your pet's treat repertoire.

3. Alaskan Salmon: Omega-3 Fatty Acids and More

Our freeze-dried salmon treats are a treasure trove of Omega-3 fatty acids, promoting a luscious coat and supporting cardiovascular health. In addition to these healthy fats, salmon is a rich source of Vitamin D, which aids in calcium absorption for strong bones and teeth.

4. Grass Fed Beef: Iron and Zinc Boost

Indulge your pet with the hearty richness of our freeze-dried beef treats. Beyond the savory taste, beef provides essential nutrients like iron for oxygen transport in the blood and zinc for immune system support. These treats aren't just delicious; they contribute to your pet's overall well-being.

Nature has a way of providing everything our pets need in a simple, unadulterated form. With our freeze-dried treats, you're not just offering a flavorful experience, but take comfort knowing each treat has a burst of nature's vitamins. After all, a happy pet is a well-nourished pet!

Disclaimer: While our treats offer these natural vitamins, it's always advisable to consult with your veterinarian to ensure they align with your pet's specific dietary needs.