Simple solutions for healthy living

include offering healthy treats.

Treats are edibles

so it is important to choose healthy options that complement, rather than compromise the good work you do with their nutrition.

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Solutions Tips for Treats

Treats are a big part of your pet’s diet, therefore it is important to choose healthy treats that will complement their daily intake of nutrients.

1. Protein

Just like the food you feed, treats should be high in quality meat protein like chicken, fish and pork to support your pet’s immunity, healthy heart and energy levels.

2. Carbohydrates

Low carbohydrate, nutrient-driven treats will round-out a healthy overall diet for your pet and may help mitigate the risk of developing food-related health issues.

3. Ingredients

Healthy ingredients like real meat, apples, pumpkin and blueberries in the treats you give your pet will provide the beneficial nutrients of a well-balanced diet.

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