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December 9, 2018

Why medicate it when you can treat-it?

Treat-its are CBD soft chews that assist with anxiety, pain, arthritis, nausea, appetite stimulation and more.  They are carefully crafted with the highest quality natural ingredients that dogs love.  No more crumbling cookies and messy oils...soft chews are good for any age or dental situation and are easy to split and treat. Our tested recipe is cold pressed for retention of vitamins, minerals, and CBDs.  Made in the USA & family owned. 

 

 

Every single ingredient in Treat-its has been hand picked and sourced for natural benefits. No expense or research was spared in choosing our copyrighted formula.

 

Ingredients in order & canine benefits:

  • Pumpkin: improves digestive health, fiber rich, improves urinary tract health with Vitamin A, beta carotene, essential fatty acids & antioxidants

  • Palm Fruit Oil: rich in “good” fats (monounsaturates), supports healthy cholesterol levels

  • Pea Flour: Gluten free, good source of protein, fiber, lowers Glycemic index in dogs, anti-allergenic properties

  • Garbanzo Flour: Gluten free, fiber improves heart health, stabilizes blood sugar, lowers inflammation, improves immune function

  • Tapioca Flour: Gluten free, fiber, Vitamin B-complex, folate, B-6, iron, manganese, calcium, copper & selenium

  • Flaxseed: Omega 3s lower cholesterol

  • Natural chicken: builds lean muscle mass, Omega 6 for shiny coat & healthy skin

  • Sunflower: high in vitamins, beneficial for coat, skin and nails

  • Coconut: MCFAs, especially lauric acid that is a proven antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral which improves skin integrity and reduces allergic reactions

  • Cellulose: enzymes for food digestion and absorption, antioxidants and fiber

  • Rosemary: natural flea repellant, antioxidants that may prevent cancer cells, improves memory and mood, antimicrobial properties

  • Tocopherols: (Vitamin E) healthy coat, strengthens immunity and aids in the prevention of cataracts