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Pumpkin Treats, fiber, diarrhea & constipation relief, urinary health

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$9.97
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The pumpkin treats has  fiber and beta-carotene, which the body converts to vitamin A and helps with digestion. Give your furamily a treat with so many healthy benefits. 

Oils found in pumpkin seeds and flesh are believed to support urinary health and digestion. Dogs with urinary incontinence, in particular, may benefit from a little pumpkin in their diet. Your dog will thank you, Maddie had several pumpkin treats each day to help her remain regular (she would be so embarrassed I told you this). 

Fun Facts About Pumpkin For Dogs

- Good for both diarrhea and constipation

-  loaded with fiber

- excellent source of Vitamin A, beta-carotene, potassium and iron

- the oils in pumpkin flesh and seeds are believed to support urinary health

- pumpkin seeds are high in essential fatty acids and antioxidants (good for overall healthy skin and fur) 

 Ingredients:  Coconut, Garbanzo Bean, Sorghum, Wheat,  Pumpkin,  Farm Fresh Eggs,  baking soda, sea salt, herbs including basil, lavender, and mint for digestion. 

    '' I never wanted to believe that pumpkin was good for dogs until I tried Maddie's pumpkin treats. I can see a difference in my dogs coat and I can tell he is moving around better. So thankful I found these treats and YES the rumors about pumpkin being good for dogs is true!'' Sidney M.

    Always take you pet to the vet for their primary care.