HEALTHY TREATS. SWEET!
High Protein, Low Glycemic bars with real fruits and veggies (really, you can actually see them!)
These innovative, USA-made Jerky Bars feature real meat as the first ingredient and combine premium fruits and vegetables for a balanced, grain-free jerky treat your dog is sure to love. Antioxidant-rich ingredients such as cranberries, tomatoes, spinach, carrots, and flaxseed help maintain a healthy immune system. Flaxseed, an oilseed, also supplies omega fatty acids, which help keep skin healthy and promote a glossy, beautiful coat.
Awesome Product Features:
- Low Glycemic to align with a dog's natural diet
- Great complement to a diabetic dogs diet
- Real ingredients such as peas, carrots and spinach
- No grains
- No potatoes
- No corn
- No wheat
- No soy
- Should we call these the No, No Bars instead?
Salmon, tomatoes, cranberries, flaxseed, cane molasses, peas, carrots, spinach, apples, salt, tocopherols, rosemary extract, zinc propionate, ascorbic acid, vitamin A acetate
Crude Protein (Min) 30.00%, Crude Fat (Min) 18.00%, Crude Fiber (Max) 5.00%, Moisture (Max) 20.00%, Zinc (Min) 100 mg/kg, Vitamin A (Min) 5,000 IU/kg, Vitamin E (Min) 500 IU/kg, Omega 6 Fatty Acids* (Min) 2.50%, Omega 3 Fatty Acids* (Min) 0.50%. *Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles.
Learn more at:http://www.dogswell.com/jerkybarsWhat would happen if dogs could choose your boyfriend, vote or talk? Jerky Bars™ are 85% animal protein, 15% good stuff and 0% bad stuff. If your dog could talk, well, he'd ask for them by name.Jerky Bars™ are high protein, grain free treats made with real fruits and veggies you can see. It's like a protein bar but for dogs, bro.Like us on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/dogswellFollow us on Twitter:https://twitter.com/dogswell
Dogswell - Jer...Learn more at:http://www.dogswell.com/jerkybarsWhat would happ...
high value treat, but could be jerky-er
Posted by Unknown on 8th Aug 2013
With a name like jerky bars, I was expecting them to last a little longer than they do/be a little harder to chew, but that's not the case. Emma (rat terrier) gets through them pretty quickly! That being said though, she loves them and will do anything for them.