All Australian dehydrated Mango..Strawberries..Banana..
NO ADDED SUGAR..NO PRESERVATIVES...HUMAN GRADE
A great alternative to boring training treats...
Mango - This fruit is full of essential vitamins and minerals, making it a pretty healthy and tasty snack for dogs and that can help dogs live longer, healthier lives..low calorie food with a GI that could be diabetes-friendly and not spike blood sugar levels. They contain a lot of antioxidants and plant compounds that have been shown to reduce a chance of many chronic diseases, including cancer (Wilkinson et al. 2008). A high dietary fibre content helps dogs’ digestive systems.
This fruit offers many vitamins that are critical for proper body function. A mango has over 200% of the recommended daily value of Vitamin C, a powerful antioxidant that is proven to aid in preventing or treating conditions like arthritis, liver disease, dementia, and cancers.
Vitamin A is also a vitamin found in abundant supply in mangos. This vitamin, full of beta-carotene, can help preserve and improve a dog’s eyesight. It also contributes to healthy skin and coat, tissue growth, and skeletal development.
Mango has essential minerals for dog's healthy growth and function.
A dog’s immune system can receive a boost from mangoes.
Mangoes may help treat or prevent diabetes in dogs.
a tasty treat and some nutritional benefits also. Bananas are rich in potassium and vitamin C.
adds a boost to your dog’s immune system, and it plays a role in bone formation in growing puppies.
Bananas are low in sodium, and they contain antioxidants. Antioxidants play roles in preventing certain cancers and in maintaining your dog’s healthy skin and coat.
Strawberries boost their general health.
Strawberries provide many key nutrients and vitamins that can make them a powerfully nutritious snack for a dog.
These are the most important vitamins and minerals that strawberries contain:
- Vitamin B1 and B6
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin K
- Folic Acid
- Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids