Although it is still relatively new to the pet food market, Pet Bistro’s organic dog treats provides a balanced, healthy, and nutritious option for dog owners. Pet Bistro’s healthy dog treats are organic, natural, and completely free of chemicals, flour by-products, and unhealthy additives. Continue reading Compare Organic Dog Treats and Commercial Dog Treats
Not all dog treats are created equal. Pet Bistro’s dog treats, like BarkScotti, are naturally healthy and contain vital antioxidants and nutrients. Unlike other commercial dog treat products, BarkScotti doesn’t contain filler products like corn, bran, and soybean hulls. Contrary to some claims by large dog food manufacturers, these additives offer little nutrition for your dog. These commercial dog food companies offer treats with tons of unhealthy, toxic ingredients that can add a substantial amount of calories to your dog’s diet. Continue reading What’s in Pet Bistro’s healthy treats for dogs?
Have you ever looked at the ingredients on the back of a package of dog treats? What is “animal digest”? Where does “crude protein” come from? What about that unpronounceable stuff? As a loving and concerned pet owner, you naturally want healthy dog treats —treats that promote good health in your pet. If you want to find the best treats for your dog, start by reading the label. Continue reading Healthy Dog Treats That Promote Good Health in Your Pet
We as consumers are more often than not blinded by the idealisms of what constitutes a healthy dog food. When pertaining to a dog food labeled as ‘healthy’, it is entirely the material ingredients that determine whether the food is actually a healthy dog food.
Dog health is directly impacted through the daily consumption of both low-quality and high-quality dog food ingredients. On average, more than 90% of commercial dog food manufacturers use by-products in their dog food ingredients. Consider the less than 10% of dog food manufacturers who are more antagonistic to industry standards in the use of by-product ingredients. Continue reading Marketing Dog Food Ingredients and the Direct Impact on Dog Health