Spirulina Daily Detox Dog Treat Baking Mix
Additive-free & 100% natural. Makes approx. 64 wheat-free, spirulina daily detox treats.
- 100% natural dog treat baking mix
- No wheat, additives or preservatives
- All dry ingredients included
- Easy-to-follow instructions
- Makes approximately 64 daily detox treats
- Beneficial for good gut and digestive health
- Eco Friendly, Biodegradable/Recyclable packaging
This 100% natural dog treat baking mix makes healthy spirulina dog detox treats. They are beneficial for senior dogs or any dog suffering from arthritis or allergies, as well as being beneficial for good gut and digestive health.
Oatmeal is made from ground rolled oats, the breakfast cereal of choice for millions of people for centuries. Oatmeal contains numerous vitamins and minerals and makes an excellent wheat substitute for dogs with allergies. It’s also good for a dog’s skin and coat and further benefits the canine digestive system.
Peanut Butter Powder
Peanut butter is an absolute dog food pantry essential. It’s full of goodness, dogs love it, and it’s great for high-reward dog treats. What’s not to like? Just ensure that any peanut butter you buy for your dog DOES NOT contain xylitol which is poisonous to dogs!
Spirulina is one of nature’s richest sources of chlorophyll. A nutrient-rich superfood once used by the Aztecs, it’s an excellent source of vitamins and minerals that can help support the immune system and fight cancer-causing free radicals. It’s anti-inflammatory properties make spirulina particularly beneficial for more senior dogs suffering from arthritis.
Spirulina can benefit any dog as it helps improve skin and coat condition. It can also help dogs suffering from allergies, and is particularly beneficial for gut and digestive health.
About this mix
These healthy and natural spirulina dog treats are made only from natural ingredients. Made only with human-grade, dog-safe ingredients, they contain no artificial colours, flavourings, preservatives, added sugar or salt.
Remember, all my dog treats are both dog-safe and safe for human consumption. Do try them yourself and let me know how you like them by submitting a review below.
One final thing. As tasty as your dog may find these homemade dog treats, treats should make up no more than around 10% of your dog’s daily calorie intake. Please make allowance for this and reduce the size of your dog’s meals in order to minimise the risk of unhealthy weight gain.