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Beef is a great source of protein and certain vitamins and minerals, like B vitamins and iron. Like many of our ingredients, it's sourced from a local family farm in the Midwest.
Beef heart is an organ meat that is high in protein and rich in many vitamins and minerals, especially ever-important B-Complex vitamins.
Beef liver is another organ meat that is rich in many nutrients, including vitamin A, vitamin B12, riboflavin and copper. It is also highly flavorful, a taste that dogs love.
Millet is a gluten-free, wheat-free ancient pseudo-cereal that is packed with minerals, fiber, and amino acids.
Pumpkin is a superfood and digestive aid for dogs that helps keep their tummies (and poops) healthy. Pumpkin is a great source of fiber, as well as vitamin A, vitamin C, riboflavin, and more.
Honey is a healthy, natural alternative to sugar. It helps bind the food together.
Zucchini is a great vegetable and slow carb for dogs. It's an excellent source of potassium, vitamin C, and magnesium.
Finely ground beef bone is a wonderful natural source of bioavailable calcium and phosphorous, which, in turn, helps your pup's bones and teeth stay strong!
Kale has become a poster child for healthy foods, because this leafy green is so rich in vitamins K, C, and A, plus many others.
Flax is a great source of Omega-6 and Omega-3 Fatty acids, which help your dogs coat stay nice and shiny among other benefits!
Wild Salmon Oil provides a fantastic, natural source of Omega-3 and Omega-6 Fatty acids, which are great for your dog's coat and cognitive function!
Wild Salmon Oil
Sunflower Oil is a great source of healthy fats, particularly those in a special format called ALA, which dogs need to thrive.
A pinch of salt helps your dog's blood maintain proper sodium levels.
Kelp is another superfood that's extremely rich in antioxidants and many vitamins and minerals, but especially calcium.
Parsley is a leafy green vegetable that's packed with vitamin K, vitamin C, and iron. It's also used as a spice so it adds a nice dimension of flavor too.
Dried Chicory Root actually serves as a "Pre-Biotic", which means it offers food to the healthy bacteria in your gut, which helps digest food more easily.
Dried Chicory Root
Blueberries are high in cancer-fighting antioxidants, and provide a sweet flavor for dogs (just like for humans). Also high in vitamins C and K.
This is the weirdest-sounding ingredient, and it's technically called "Mixed Tocopherols" but it's just Vitamin E distilled from vegetables, which helps preserve the freshly air-dried meat.
Selenium Yeast is a highly absordable form of natural, organic selenium, which is an essential mineral for dogs that has also been shown to help prevent cancer in humans.
Carrots are a great source of several vitamins and minerals including beta-carotene (which gives them their distinctive orange color), biotin, and vitamin K.
As they say, "An Apple a day, keeps the vet away :)" A great source of vitamin C and fiber
Tomatoes are loaded with vitamins and minerals. They provide everything from vitamins A, B6, C, and K to potassium, manganese and phosphorous.
Shiitakes are a great source of fiber, B vitamins, and minerals. They are particularly high in Vitamin B5 and Copper.
Your parents always told you to eat your broccoli for good reason, it's a great source of B and E vitamins, fiber, and a long list of other vitamins and minerals.
This flagship citrus fruit is famously high in Vitamin C, but it's also a great source of folate, thiamine and even fiber.
Cranberries are rich in B vitamins thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, and B6, as well as vitamins C and E.
Spinach is rich in B vitamins. If it's good enough for Popeye :)
Beets are a veritable super food that not only offer fiber, folate and vitamin C, but contain nitrates and special pigments that can help lower blood pressure, at least in humans!
Cherries are a tasty source of vitamin A and vitamin C.
Strawberries are a rich source of vitamin C and antioxidants.
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