Sally Snacks

Just 3 Nutritious Ingredients

Sally Snacks are the perfect blend of 3 highly nutritious, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory ingredients that may help support your dog’s health and wellbeing.*

New Zealand Venison

  • More protein, vitamins and minerals than beef
  • Novel protein (less risk of allergy)
  • Naturally raised
  • Strict Animal Welfare Code

Organic Turmeric

  • Used in herbal medicine
  • Powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory
  • Detoxifies blood and liver
  • Helps fat metabolism
  • High in fiber, vitamins and minerals
  • Naturally grown

Organic Black Pepper

  • Boosts Absorption of Antioxidants in Turmeric
  • Naturally grown
Ginger Sally Snacks

No Junk!

  • No GMOs (Genetically Modified Organism)
  • No Antibiotics
  • No Added Hormones
  • No Sugars
  • No Grains
  • No Fillers
  • No Animal Byproducts
  • No Coloring
  • No Flavoring
  • No Preservatives

CRUDE PROTEIN . . . . . . . .    MIN. 55%
CRUDE FAT . . . . . . . . . . . .      MIN. 15%
CRUDE FIBER . . . . . . . . . .      MAX. 1%
MOISTURE . . . . . . . . . . . . .     MAX. 14%

ME=4213 kcal/kg 55 kcal/treat (avg.)

1 Sally Snack per 25 lbs. of dog (avg.)

Turmeric – .75% Black Pepper – .025%
Based upon each piece weighing between 8-10 grams, the amount of turmeric is 250 mg -320 mg, and the black pepper is 8 -10 mg.

Dehydration VS. Cooking

  • Preserves vitamins, minerals and flavor
  • Keeps up to 18 months (if stored properly)
  • No preservatives

More Important Stuff

Sally Snacks are produced with the highest quality venison on the market from the same supplier of LA’s 5 STAR restaurants. Our human-grade ingredients are carefully selected from reputable International sources and manufactured in the USA at a facility (with other pet food products) with the highest standards of food safety. (Just for pets, not people. Sorry)

*We cannot claim that Sally Snacks is intended to treat, cure or prevent any illness. However, please do your own research on our ingredients. If your dog has a pre-existing condition, consult your vet before giving them turmeric, as some studies indicate that turmeric may interfere with treatment.