Snackie Benefits

                                            

Beef Liver: A great source of iron which is necessary for healthy blood and muscle function. It also contains high levels of vitamin A, B12, iron, copper, zinc, and calcium which are important for keeping your pet’s eyes, skin, coat, joints, brain and bones healthy. Liver helps fatigued, anemic or debilitated pets feel better. It’s also served to treat blood deficiency issues as it can purify blood. 

Beef Tendon: Beef tendons, easily digested, boast a wealth of collagen alongside glucosamine, chondroitin sulfate, and elastin. These vital proteins offer flexibility and moisture to your dog's skin and coat, maintain resilient and supple joints, and fortify sturdy bones. The fibers of beef tendon functions much like a flossing implement. As it becomes softer, the tendon slips down and between your dog's teeth, reaching into the recesses of their incisors, canines, premolars, and molars.

Beef Jerky: Crafted from lean cuts of beef (we use flank) beef jerky stands out as a high-protein snack. This quality renders it an outstanding protein source for your furbaby, meeting their elevated protein needs. The protein content in beef jerky plays a crucial role in muscle tissue development and repair, promotes healthy skin and coat, and enhances the overall immune system. Beef is also a great source of different variety of vitamins and minerals, such as: potassium, sodium, and magnesium: Maintains fluid balance and aids in nerve function; B vitamins: Help with circulation and the utilization of fatty acids.

Beef Collagen: Our collagen is made from the inner layer of cow skin, known as the corium, which contains high collagen content. It's rich in amino acids that play an important role in the building of joint cartilage which can help with inflammation and cartilage degradation. It helps improve overall well-being and happiness. Increase dog's mobility and capacity to walk, run and play. These are also great chew alternatives to rawhides and bully sticks since they're free from chemicals like rawhides and almost odorless.

Chicken Heart: Rich in vitamin A, iron, zinc, and various vitamin B. They are also an excellent source of taurine and amino acids that help build muscle!

Chicken Jerky (Breast): Loaded with Vitamin B6, which helps with red blood cell and nervous system function and hormone regulation. It’s also a great boost of energy without the high caloric intake. 

Chicken Feet: High in collagen, a protein that works to support skin, coat, and joint health in dogs. Chicken feet is also known as a natural dental chew since it scrapes away tartar and plaque, promoting healthy teeth and gums.

Duck Feet: High in protein and packed with glucosamine and chondroitin which helps  maintain healthy joint movement and slows down the progression of arthritis. Contains vitamin A and C, selenium, niacin, zinc, potassium, iron, magnesium, copper, and small amounts of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. Also helps with scraping away tartar and plaque, promoting healthier teeth and gums. 

                                            
Green Lipped Mussels: High in omega-3 fatty acids, including eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). Omega-3 fatty acids are well known for their anti-inflammatory properties. Which means that they can help reduce swelling and pain.

                                            

Octopus: The fats, protein, vitamins, and minerals in octopus can support your dog's red blood cells, heart health, and muscle strength. Octopus is rich in vitamins A, B3, B9, and B12 which support nerve and blood health. Like most seafood, octopus contains many healthy fats like omega-3 fatty acids, which can help promote heart health, reduce cholesterol, and aid digestion. These healthy fats can also boost your dog’s immune system and help them maintain shiny fur. Chewing on cooked octopus can provide some dental benefits for dogs, helping to clean their teeth and reduce tartar buildup.

Pork Heart: A wonderful source of vitamin B6, iron, phosphorus, zinc, copper and selenium. Pork heart is also high in Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) which is an antioxidant needed to generate energy and support healthy organ function! These help boost red blood cells, oxygen utilization, energy and protect against heart disease. It also strengthens the immune system, thyroid function, and healthy skin and coat 

Pork Ear: Mainly cartilage which contains glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate, renowned for aiding hip and joint health, enhancing mobility, and aiding muscle development. They are also a softer chew that’s ideal for most dogs, puppies, seniors.. Also helps with scraping away tartar and plaque, promoting healthier teeth and gums. 

Pork Blood: Pig blood is rich in proteins, riboflavin, iron, phosphorus and other minerals that help maintain and repair a dog's muscles and tissues. It's an easily digestible protein source. It's a source of Omega 3, which is excellent for their skin and joint health. 

Quail Eggs: Quail eggs are high in fatty acids, iron, vitamins B12 and A, which can help give your dog a shinier coat and improve their skin. They are packed with nutrients: essential amino acids, vitamins, minerals and micronutrients. You can give it to your dog as a treat or add it to their daily diet as a supplement. Eggshells are an excellent source of calcium and phosphorus, which are beneficial to your pet's dental and bone health.

                                          
Rabbit Feet: These lean treats align with the natural prey diet, ensuring easy digestion. Rich in natural cartilage, rabbit feet are packed with glucosamine, chondroitin, and calcium. They are a hypoallergenic alternative for dogs with protein sensitivities. Leaving the fur on actually aids digestion, They offer fiber that aids in maintaining digestive health and stool consistency. They are also a natural de wormer to help get any critters out. This is also a great way to scrape of plaque and tartar from your furbabies teeth! Rabbit is also a cooling protein that's ideal for itchy or allergenic dogs.
 
Rabbit Ears: Ears have many of the same benefits as the feet do such as removing plaque build-up, and the fur even get in between teeth, acting as a natural dental floss for dogs. The rabbit ear fur aids in maintaining your dog's digestive health by effectively removing food residue that may accumulate in your dog's system, potentially causing discomfort if left unchecked. This cleansing process allows your dog to enhance nutrient absorption from their diet. Rabbit ears are rich in fiber, well-known for their effectiveness in preventing or alleviating constipation. In dogs, the inclusion of rabbit ears in their diet contributes to firmer stools, promoting anal gland health and offering relief for dogs dealing with recurrent anal gland issues. 
*We’d recommend a maximum of 2/3 feet/ears per week is a safe amount and where your dog will benefit from all of their natural qualities.

Salmon: Great ingredient for reducing inflammation as it contains trace amounts of astaxanthin, an effective anti-inflammatory compound. Micronutrients are crucial! Many owners tend to disregard the significance of vitamins and minerals, yet they fulfill diverse vital functions within the body. Salmon, in particular, boasts ample reserves of B vitamins, highlighting their nutritional importance.

Smelt: Jam-packed with essential fatty acids. You'll also find vitamins and minerals that help your dog's organs function properly and keep their coat silky smooth! Omega-3s help reduce inflammation, improve skin and coat health, and maintain healthy cholesterol levels.

                                                    

Squid: Abundant in beneficial fatty acids, squid contains omega-3 fatty acids that may aid in preventing inflammation and easing joint pain in pets with arthritis. These fatty acids have the potential to enhance brain function and reduce bad cholesterol levels, thereby mitigating the risk of heart disease. It's an excellent source of beneficial vitamins and minerals. Squid contains riboflavin, vitamin B12, vitamin C, vitamin E, and several antioxidants, which might fight free radicals in your dog’s body and reduce their risk of cell damage and infection from viruses and pathogens. Other benefits of consuming squid include high levels of essential minerals like calcium, phosphorus, potassium, and magnesium.