Pet stores stack their aisles with hundreds of dog treats, each with its own flavour and ingredients, pressed into fun dog-friendly shapes and patterns. But—there is a dog treat that many pet stores (especially the largest chains) don’t stock, that is free of filler ingredients. And, dogs prefer its natural ingredients to the wheat-filled alternatives that give them on-going stomach pain and digestion problems.
The Chia-Filled, Vitamin-Packed Treat Pet Stores Don’t Sell Enough Of…
Here at Greenbark Gummies we grow all-natural, vitamin-packed, nutrient-rich treats that are more delicious than the fake bacon-flavoured, wheat-filled (if you doubt this—check the labels of the most common dog treats). Our dog treats are easier for your dog’s intestinal track and gut to process—and absorb—which means that the naturally-sourced vitamins they’re packed with go into your dog’s system.
Our dog treats are packed with the following high-quality ingredients:
1. Our Proprietary NutriCHIA™
Chia seeds are an ancient superfood from the Mayan and Aztec civilizations. We leverage the power of these seeds by using our proprietary sprouted-growth chia, NutriCHIA™, to ensure high-quality chia each and every time. Our chia is chocked full of things like all three omega-3 fatty acids (ALA, DHA and EPA), high-quality proteins and lipids, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, iron, zinc and fibre. And this is all from a natural, plant-based source. These vitamins and nutrients replace the empty fillers in other food and treats, while supporting digestion, detoxification from human food, joint functions, bone density (important to keep your dog healthy as they age) and for their muscular health.
2. Alaskan Pollock
This wild, Pacific-bred fish is a natural protein source that adds additional omega 3’s to your pets diet, in addition to the protein it offers.
Alfalfa is a plant rich in calcium, magnesium, potassium and zinc,…AND in Vitamins A, B1, B6, C, D, E and K.
While seaweed might not sound appetizing it is rich in iodine, which your dog needs for proper thyroid functioning and cellular functioning. Iodine is rarely found in dog food or treats, making it a critical element.
5. Green Tea
Did you know that green tea is as beneficial for dogs as it is for your own well being? The anti-inflammatory and cholesterol-lowering properties are especially beneficial for older dogs and/or dogs who are overweight.
This algae-based green food offers the healthiest benefits of green veggies, in powerfully-small punch. As an added bonus it gives your dog fresh, minty breath.
For the healthiest snacks on the market that many pet stores don’t sell, and to make a smart health decision for your best furry friend—pick up Greenbark Gummies treats. They’re conveniently available in the area your dog needs help with the most, whether it be skin & coat, digestion or hip & joint support.