Nutritional Facts

Peanut Butter

Peanut butter is a nutritionally well-rounded dog treat, providing nutrients and fiber as 
well as protein and healthy fats. It’s also a good source of folic acid for cell growth
and magnesium to assist cells metabolize B complex vitamins.


Pumpkin is a natural source of fiber. Cooked and mashed pumpkin with no added salt can help settle down an upset stomach , improve digestion, reduce anal gland problems, prevent hairball build up and help dogs and cats with both constipation and diarrhea. 


Bananas can be beneficial to the health of your dog. For example, bananas have high fiber content and can help your dog feel better if they have gastrointestinal problems. Also, the magnesium in bananas can promote bone growth and help your dog produce proteins and better absorb vitamins.

Apple Sauce

Vitamin-rich: Applesauce contains both vitamin A (which strengthens your dog’s immune system and skin health) and vitamin C (which aids in bone development and helps treat osteoarthritis).

Plain Greek Yogurt

Plain, low or non-fat yogurt provides probiotic benefits and serves as an excellent source of calcium for our canine companions. Adding a small spoonful of yogurt to your dog’s regular kibble at mealtime can provide digestive benefits and even help your dog stay full longer.


“It is a great alternative carbohydrate for dogs that may be sensitive to wheat or grains.” Oatmeal contains vitamin B, which helps maintain a healthy coat, and linoleic acid, which is a type of omega-6 fatty acid that helps to maintain the strength of dogs’ skin.


Blueberries are a great low-calorie treat for dogs. They also contain antioxidants, fiber and vitamins C and K. These nutrients support the immune system and contribute to overall health. Adding blueberries to your dog’s diet is a great way to help keep him happy and healthy.


Eggs are not only a perfectly safe food source for dogs – they offer much in the way of nutritional benefits. Aside from being rich in protein, eggs are also a great source of linoleic acid, Vitamin B2 and B12 and water-soluble Vitamin A – all of which are wonderful for your dog’s skin and coat.


Apples are good for dogs. Apples are a great source of vitamin C, vitamin A, potassium, and antioxidants. They’re chock full of fiber, especially in the peels, which helps dogs maintain a healthy weight while assisting with their digestion.

Sweet Potatoes

According to PETMD, sweet potatoes are one of the best dietary sources of vitamin A, which promotes healthy skin, coat, eyes, nerves, and muscles in dogs. Sweet potatoes are also a rich source of vitamins A, C, B6, potassium, calcium, and iron, just to name a few!


By giving your dog strawberries, you are also helping him stay healthy in more ways than one. For example, over time, fresh fruit may help slow down the aging process, strengthen the immune system, and help with weight management. Strawberries can also help whiten your pup’s teeth.

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil promotes a healthy metabolism, while increasing a dog’s energy
and promoting healthy joints. Coconut oil improves a dog’s breath.
Coconut oil provides an energy boost and can help dogs lose weight.
Coconut oil is excellent for a dog’s skin and coat health.


Chamomile provides the body with antispasmodic and light sedative effects. This proves to be beneficial if your dog has an upset stomach. Due to antispasmodic properties, stomach spasms and vomiting can be eased. This is because the abdominal muscles relax and stop spasming.


Peppermint can help sooth your dog’s stomach, much like it does with humans. Spearmint can help tone down that trademark doggy breath, and can even help repel fleas. Wild Mint is full of antioxidants and nutrients that can help protect your dog and keep them healthy.


Parsley is one of the best natural sources of Vitamin K you can give to your pet. Vitamin K helps maintain a healthy blood clotting system and promotes liver health. Parsley is also rich in folic acids and antioxidants.