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Diabetic Dog Bakery has been servicing diabetic and healthy dogs for over 10 years and we are celebrating Memorial Day with 25% off Bones & Bones diabetic-friendly and healthy dog treats. They are sold 30 treats per bag that are made fresh and homemade with non-GMO ingredients including soy, almonds, fava beans, Golden flaxseed and fresh red apples. Our treats contain NO additives, preservatives, chemicals, dyes or by-products.
Almond flour is low in fiber. Red delicious apples contain more potent antioxidants than other types of red apples. The apple skins that contain pectin (fiber) will ferment in the intestines which produces short-chain fatty acids that will prevent the growth of harmful bacteria and support the lining within the intestines.
Bones and Bones are diabetic-friendly with almonds (low carb) and apples (aids in digestion). Each treat is dehydrated naturally to preserve the freshness and crispy dog treats are digested slower as not to affect blood glucose levels in healthy or diabetic dogs.
The treats can be frozen for several months and defrosted individually before feeding to your furry family member. They are even safe for the entire family to eat!
- Sales ends at 12:01am on May 30th, 2018 (Wednesday).
Yappy Woof’n Sale!
ABC7 television station in Washington, DC, investigated and exposed how the euthanasia drug was found at high levels in dog food. Soon after the FDA investigated to find even higher levels than thought in many nationally distributed dog foods.
Brands involved were: Smucker’s subsidiary, Big Heart Brands – the maker of Gravy Train, Kibbles ‘N Bits, Ol’ Roy and Skippy dog foods.
I have hyperlinked the two reports to give you the details and history behind the recall and one family that is still mourning the death of their beloved dog.
The Diabetic Dog Bakery is having a sale through the end of September 2017 on Healthy Hearts and Bark Boxes for ONLY $5.99 each for our diabetic-friendly dog treats.
By using low-glycemic soy, GF whole grains, green peas and beans in these treats, it may assist in lowering the blood sugar levels in diabetic and prediabetic dogs. We have also found that our Healthy Hearts and Bark Boxes are easy for pancreatic dogs to handle with their sensitive stomachs.
Dog parents struggling with management of their pup’s weight, can use these 6 or 7 calorie treats with pleasure and no guilt.
Healthy Hearts Bark Boxes
The Company is taking this action after learning this week the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets found traces of antibiotic residue in samples of Cadet brand Chicken Jerky Treat products.
These antibiotics are approved for use in poultry in China and other major countries, but are not among those approved in the U.S.
At first, New York State authorities requested that IMS Trading Corp remove Cadet Brand Chicken Jerky treats from retail locations only in the state of New York.
Because of this request, the company has decided to conduct a voluntary withdrawal of these chicken treat products nationwide.
What to Do
You can report complaints about FDA-regulated pet food products by calling the consumer complaint coordinator in your area.
Or go to http://www.fda.gov/petfoodcomplaints.
Dog Fancy Magazine is giving away products that won their Editors’ Choice Awards for 2012. Each month there is a different giveaway and July’s will be a 1-running-dog bike tow leash from Leon Engineering.
You can only enter once for the July 2012 giveaway, by sending them a postcard marked Editors’ Choice Award July 2012 and include your name, address, phone number and email address.
Address to: Dog Fancy, P.O. Box 6050, Mission Viejo, CA 92690-6050. Deadline is June 22, 2012.