These natural pet treats are handcrafted in small batches using specifically chosen, natural ingredients in biodegradable bags by Milly and Me's Handcrafted Pet products in 100 Mile house, BC.
They bake and dehydrate every treat to lock in flavor and freshness without the use of preservatives.Most of the vegetables and herbs used in these treats come from Milly and Me's very own backyard and indoor garden with all other ingredients being sourced locally.Their mission is to bring your pets a treat that is not only tasty, but beneficial to their health! Made 100% from REAL foods, these treats are free of fillers, chemicals and preservatives.
Can be fed daily as a treat only, or otherwise recommended by your veterinarian.
We recommend that you consult with your veterinarian before feeding your pets new foods that you may be unsure about.
Store in a cool, dry area.
All our handcrafted pet treats are baked and dehydrated, allowing them to stay fresh for up to 6 months or more if stored properly.
Natural Wheat Free Dog Treats 100 g (3.5 oz)
- 100 g Biodegradable bagsIngredients:
Banana Peanut Butter: Oat flour, bananas, natural peanut butter,organic ceylon cinnamon, water
Pumpkin: Oat flour, pure pumpkin puree, egg, organic ceylon cinnamon, water
Three Cheese chicken hearts and rosemary: Oat flour, chicken hearts, mozzarella cheese, cottage cheese, cheddar cheese, fresh rosemary, chicken broth ( natural, no salt added ), egg, water
Maple Bacon & Liver:Oat flour, beef liver, bacon (natural, no preservatives), organic pure maple syrup, peas, carrots, organic ground ginger root, egg, water
Peanut butter has that ooey gooey texture and taste that our dogs LOVE! To offer your pets nothing but the best, only natural peanut butter is used in our treats as it’s free of sugars and sweeteners, just good old peanuts. Peanut butter is a great source of protein, heart healthy fats, vitamin B, niacin, and vitamin E.
Bananas are a great source of potassium, magnesium, vitamins C, and B6, as well as biotin, copper, and fiber. They help to boost the immune system and promote healthy skin and coats!
Ceylon cinnamon is a variety of cinnamon that is safe for dogs as it has low levels of courmarin, which is a natural organic chemical compound that can be found in many plants.
Some of the amazing benefits of cinnamon for dogs include its anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, antibacterial properties. Some studies have revealed ceylon cinnamon to be very helpful in fighting yeast infections, arthritis, and more in dogs!
Pumpkin is a tasty food for our pets that is a great source of fiber to help with digestion and soothing tummy troubles as well as having vitamins A, E, C, potassium, iron, and antioxidants.
Chicken hearts are a lean protein that contains many vitamins and minerals such as fatty acids, vitamin A, iron, and B vitamins. They also contain the amino acid taurine which is great for your dog’s heart and more.
Rosemary not only makes these treats smell amazing, but they also contain many beneficial vitamins and minerals such as iron, calcium, and vitamin B6. Rosemary can also help with digestive problems, diarrhea, and gas. This fragrant herb also has antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties and cardiovascular benefits.
We all know dogs love cheese, that’s why I combined three cheeses together in a healthy moderation for this treat recipe. Cheese contains protein, calcium, vitamin A, essential fatty acids, and B vitamins, and both Mozzarella and cottage cheese are low in fat.
Maple syrup is not just for pancakes! It actually offers some “sweet” support for your pet’s immune system and is an excellent source of manganese, zinc, and antioxidants. It even has fewer calories than honey! When paired with meaty strips of bacon, it makes for an irresistible taste.
Each bacon strip is cooked and then drained of the fat and grease, all to get the tasty flavour bacon has to offer with as little fat as possible.
Liver is very high in protein and vitamin A, and contains 10 to 100 times the nutrients of muscle meat. It also contains several B vitamins and iron. When feeding your pet liver it is good to do so in moderation because of the high amounts of vitamin A. This is why we balance the liver in our treats with other healthy and beneficial foods!
Ginger root is known for helping with nausea, and will help with diarrhea and gas as well. It also has anti-inflammatory properties, helping with joint inflammation and pain.
We added peas and carrots for a nice balance and the added health benefits. Peas are packed with healthy vitamins and minerals for your pet, and are also rich in protein and high in fiber. Carrots are a great source of vitamin A, potassium, and fiber, among other vitamins