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Sammi & Sofie’s Wholesome Treats

Grain Free, Whole Food, Gluten Free Treats

Grain Free, Whole Food, Limited Ingredients.

Sammi & Sofie’s Wholesome Treats are made of all natural whole foods.

  Limited Ingredients* Grain Free *Gluten Free  *No  Artificial Preservatives  *No Added Sugar  *No Added Salt 

All of our ingredients have been lovingly selected specifically for our and your dogs’ favorite tastes and needs.

  • Pumpkin - Good for both diarrhea and constipation, (not raw or the sugary, spicy pie filling) is loaded with fiber and  beta-  carotene, which the body converts to vitamin A.
  • Sweet potatoes - Are another source of dietary fiber contains vitamin B6, vitamin C, beta carotene, and                   manganese. 
  • Blueberries - Are packed with the antioxidant pigment Anthocyanin. These antioxidants in blueberries neutralize free radicals  which can damage cells and tissues.  Tissue damage can, in turn, lead to cataracts, glaucoma, varicose veins, hemorrhoids, peptic ulcers, heart disease and cancer.  The blue-red pigments found in blueberries (Anthocyanins), improve the integrity of support structures in the veins and entire vascular system. Anthocyanins have been shown to enhance the effects of vitamin C  and improve capillary integrity.  Per "All The Best Pet Care"
  • Bananas - Are a good source of potassium, manganese, vitamin B6, vitamin C, fiber, biotin and copper. Bananas are   low in sodium and cholesterol, but due to the sugar content in bananas, dogs should only eat them as a treat.
  • Peanut butter - A favorite treat of many canines. Not only is it a good source of protein, but it also contains heart    healthy fats, vitamin B, niacin, and vitamin E. (Our peanut butter has no additives, just ground peanuts.
  • Coconut Oil - “Coconuts are an excellent source of nutrition and have healthful meat, juice, and oil. The oil is arguably the most nutritious and has many health benefits. Coconut oil is over 90% saturated fat and has antimicrobial, antibacterial, and anti-fungal properties.  Coconut oil also has antioxidant properties and it helps in the absorption of other minerals.   Coconut oil is an incredible source of medium chain fatty acids (MCFAs), which have been shown to have many health benefits. Per "Wellness Mama"
  • Millet - Which is even mentioned as a treasured crop in the Bible. This tiny "grain" is gluten-free and packed with vitamins and minerals. In fact, while it's often called a grain because of it's grain-like consistency, millet is actually a seed per bodyecology.com.
  • Eggs - Loaded with protein and a host of vitamins and minerals, eggs can provide blue ribbon–worthy luxurious   coats.
  • Chia - According to Animal Wellness "  Chia seeds can be found on many of the world’s healthiest food lists. They were cultivated by the Aztecs, Mayans and Incas; in the Mayan language, chia means “strength”. The Aztecs used chia seeds for relieving joint pain and skin conditions.   Chia seeds are a rich source of B vitamins, calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, protein and zinc. They’re also an excellent source of antioxidants and alpha linolenic acid, a plant-based form of Omega 3. Chia seeds help boost the immune system and are a great stress-busting food. They even support electrolyte balance, which makes them a great choice for endurance training with dogs.
  • Cinnamon – Has been known to treat a variety of issues in dogs. According to The Good Dog Food Company "A dose of cinnamon each day helps treat arthritis and joint stiffness. Cinnamon can also help regulate blood in dogs that are pre-diabetic or diabetic. It is proven to help relieve pain for dogs suffering from cancer. Furthermore, it can also help to raise energy levels. Although beneficial in small amounts, large doses of cinnamon can cause upset stomachs for dogs."
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