BEST FOODS FOR DOGS

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SUPER DOG TREATS

Carob & ginger for happy bellies

Research suggests that dogs are omnivores, naturally hunting their prey and eating the animal whole – bones, organs and the fruit, vegetables and plants from inside their stomachs. Owners are now feeding their dogs raw diets – cracking eggs, pouring coconut oil, sprinkling turmeric and treating their dogs with carrots and blueberries.

They have taken making dinner into their own hands, seeking out human grade, grain free, natural foods.

Carob

Research suggests that dogs are omnivores, naturally hunting their prey and eating the animal whole – bones, organs and the fruit, vegetables and plants from inside their stomachs. Owners are now feeding their dogs raw diets – cracking eggs, pouring coconut oil, sprinkling turmeric and treating their dogs with carrots and blueberries. They have taken making dinner into their own hands, seeking out human grade, grain free, natural foods.

Why is Carob a superfood?

1.FIBER

Owners are now feeding their dogs raw diets – cracking eggs, pouring coconut oil, sprinkling turmeric and treating their dogs with carrots and blueberries.

2.WEIGHT LOSS

Owners are now feeding their dogs raw diets – cracking eggs, pouring coconut oil, sprinkling turmeric and treating their dogs with carrots and blueberries.

3.VITAMINS

Owners are now feeding their dogs raw diets – cracking eggs, pouring coconut oil, sprinkling turmeric and treating their dogs with carrots and blueberries.

Ginger

Research suggests that dogs are omnivores, naturally hunting their prey and eating the animal whole – bones, organs and the fruit, vegetables and plants from inside their stomachs. Owners are now feeding their dogs raw diets – cracking eggs, pouring coconut oil, sprinkling turmeric and treating their dogs with carrots and blueberries. They have taken making dinner into their own hands, seeking out human grade, grain free, natural foods.

Why is Ginger a superfood?

1.FIBER

Owners are now feeding their dogs raw diets – cracking eggs, pouring coconut oil, sprinkling turmeric and treating their dogs with carrots and blueberries.

2.WEIGHT LOSS

Owners are now feeding their dogs raw diets – cracking eggs, pouring coconut oil, sprinkling turmeric and treating their dogs with carrots and blueberries.

3.VITAMINS

Owners are now feeding their dogs raw diets – cracking eggs, pouring coconut oil, sprinkling turmeric and treating their dogs with carrots and blueberries.

Research suggests that dogs are omnivores, naturally hunting their prey and eating the animal whole – bones, organs and the fruit, vegetables and plants from inside their stomachs.

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Owners are now feeding their dogs raw diets – cracking eggs, pouring coconut oil, sprinkling turmeric and treating their dogs with carrots and blueberries. They have taken making dinner into their own hands, seeking out human grade, grain free, natural foods.

Coconut and chia to help your dog's shine

Research suggests that dogs are omnivores, naturally hunting their prey and eating the animal whole – bones, organs and the fruit, vegetables and plants from inside their stomachs. Owners are now feeding their dogs raw diets – cracking eggs, pouring coconut oil, sprinkling turmeric and treating their dogs with carrots and blueberries. They have taken making dinner into their own hands, seeking out human grade, grain free, natural foods.

Arianne Seckville

Founder Bell & Bone

Shop our Superfood dog treats with coconut & chia

Research suggests that dogs are omnivores, naturally hunting their prey and eating the animal whole – bones, organs and the fruit, vegetables