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April 18, 2017
Lisa Hennessy, Your Pet Chef
We created 4 basic flavors when we first launched our raw food bar program. These flavors were designed to do the following:
Provide healthy fresh alternatives to dog owners.
Provide identifiable ingredients to dog owners.
Create varied colors to make dog food interesting. Forget the brown – bring on the red, green, and orange!
In this series, we’ll discuss the benefits of each flavor’s ingredients and share some additional insights for each recipe. We hope you enjoy getting a peek inside our recipe creation process.
Our first flavor is Spinach and Carrots. We combined this with lamb and lamb liver for today’s entry. As with all of our Signature Flavors, we can combine them with other standard proteins.
Spinach and Carrots are such a super blend of nutrient rich ingredients. Here are some of the key benefits:
Helps reduce inflammation throughout the body.
Helps protect the skin from the rays of the sun
Works within the body to keep muscles strong, including the heart.
Keeps blood flowing to the brain to keep it sharp as your dog ages.
Slow down the aging process of cells in the body.
Keeps the body clear of toxins by moving things along.
Along with spinach, they combine for a powerful duo to keep eyesight keen.
Lamb is great protein for dogs that may be sensitive to poultry. It is a blander meat but is higher in fat and calories.
We combine these ingredients and make them into our custom food bars. Shown is are our small food bars which are 2.5 oz. each. These have been freeze dried.
We hope you’ve enjoyed our first entry in our Signature Flavors series. Tomorrow we’ll take a look at Beets and Apple. If you’d like us to make food for your dog, start here. Thanks so much.
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