There are so many options available for owners to give as treats to our canine and feline companions, but which ones are healthier or less-healthy for your pet?
I always recommend owners only offer treats they'd be willing to eat themselves and those that are human-grade, whole-food, and are free from chemical preservatives and artificial colors and flavors. Such is why I recommend treats from The Honest Kitchen for my cat and dog patients.
A new treat from The Honest Kitchen is coming to market. Nice Mussels are a protein-rich tasty morsel that look just like the mussels you'd consume straight from the shell but in freeze dried format.
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