Are Sally Snacks good for dogs with skin problems or cancer?
Sally Snacks’ 3 ingredients have many reported health benefits. I originally created these treats for Sally after she got cancer to help her appetite and reduce her painful inflammation. Her vet said that things like sugars, grains, fillers and other junk found in a lot of pet food products could actually “feed” the cancer. My research lead me to New Zealand Venison, which is raised naturally, without added antibiotics and is a better source of protein, Omega3s and other nutrients than other meats. I added turmeric and black pepper after reading studies on the amazing antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits of this super food combo. But don’t take my word for it. Please do research and consult with your veterinarian to determine if Sally Snacks are the best for your dog.
How many Sally Snacks can my dog have a day?
Sally Snacks are ridiculously delicious. Your dog won’t want to eat just one! However, Sally Snacks are about 55 calories a treat with a perfect portion of turmeric and black pepper. We recommend about one treat per 25 pounds of dog per day. You can break them in pieces for smaller dogs.
Are Sally Snacks safe for small dogs?
Absolutely! Our little dog, Ginger, has been devouring Sally Snacks since she was a few months old. Just make sure you break them into smaller pieces and your pup has access to water.
How long can Sally Snacks be stored?
Sally Snacks are naturally preserved by the jerky drying process. No artificial preservatives, ever! They should keep up to18 months if stored in a separate airtight container, in a cool, dry, dark place.
What’s a novel protein?
Novel proteins are proteins your dog doesn’t normally eat. Dogs sometimes develop allergies to common protein sources like beef and chicken. Novel proteins, like venison, are less likely to cause a reaction.
What’s so special about NZ venison?
Our New Zealand venison is naturally raised under strict animal welfare codes, without added hormones or antibiotics. The animals roam free over New Zealand pastures and get all their nutrients naturally from the grass they feed on.
Why add turmeric & black pepper?
Turmeric has been used in herbal medicine for thousands of years. The active ingredient in turmeric is “curcumin,” a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory reported to have many health benefits. Studies have shown that black pepper boosts the body’s absorption of antioxidants. They are also two main ingredients in the renowned “Golden Paste” recipe. (See Info Links page for more information.)