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Ingredients: Garbanzo bean flour, bananas, potato starch,tapioca flour, sorghum flour, fava flour, coconut oil, coconut, vanilla extract, calcium carbonate
Guaranteed Analysis: crude protein min 7.5%, crude fat min 7.3%, max 8.9%, crude fiber max 2.5%, moisture max 14.5%, phosphorus min 0.15%, sodium min 0.007%
Garbanzo bean flour, apples, potato starch, tapioca flour, sorghum flour, fava flour, coconut oil, honey, calcium carbonate,
Guaranteed Analysis: crude protein min 8.0%, crude fat min 6.4%, max 8.4%, crude fiber max 1.9 %, moisture max 9.9 %, phosphorus min 0.15%, sodium min 0.010%
(16oz. bulk size comes in a resealable
kraft standup pouch)
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Our unique blend of organic flours is high in protein, dietary fiber, iron and vitamin B6 (aids in protein metabolism, red blood cell formation and synthesis of antibodies in the immune system).
flour (stone ground chick peas) give
our mix a slightly nutty flavor while tapioca and sorghum
flours add a hint of natural
sweetness. Fava flour adds
and flavor; potato starch,
balances consistency and texture.
is a no sodium substitute for baking
soda that gives a slight rise to our
Bananas: good source of vitamin C (valuable in the absorption of iron, synthesis of connective tissue and blood formation), potassium (an essential mineral for protein synthesis and building of muscle) and dietary fiber. Bananas also ontain a rich supply of vitamin B6.
Apples: rich in pectin (a soluble fiber that aids digestion) and is high in antioxidants. Our apples are fresh from the Greenmarket! We strive to buy local whenever we can, for the freshest ingredients with the least impact on the environment.
Coconut Oil: a medium chain triglyceride, is readily metabolized for energy. Research has shown coconut oil may be beneficial in the management of many conditions which cause fat malabsorption, such as inflammatory bowel disease, small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) as well as some pancreatic and liver conditions. Organic. (Read
Cinnamon is one of the oldest known spices. It has antimicrobial properties, can aid digestion and circulation and my help regulate blood sugar. Our organic cinnamon is sustainably harvested and 5% of the Red Ape Cinnamon sales is donated to programs dedicated to the preservation and restoration of orangatan habitat.
Coconut is called “the fruit of life” in some cultures, as it is rich in fiber, vitamins and minerals. Organic coconut flakes.
. There is some controversy about gluten-free vanilla extract (or any other extract) and whether gluten survives the distillation process. Until more research is in place, we are sticking with our organic and certified gluten-free vanilla extract for you and your dog's safety. Singing Dog Vanilla is naturally aged and also sugar and corn syrup free.
is a source of antioxidants and has
antimicrobial properties. Ours is
sourced from the local greenmarket.
With all-natural ingredients, a unique blend of organic bean flours, fresh fruits and local greenmarket ingredients, dogs love them so much they'll beg you to keep your own paws off! Just don't tell them it's "health food"!
We have omitted the most common canine food allergens such as gluten, eggs, dairy, animal protein, corn, rice, soy, nuts and preservatives while developing a nutritious and delicious treat!*
* Any single ingredient can be an allergen for your dog. We have omitted many common ones from our treats, but please ask your vet about your dog's unique needs before introducing a new food or treat.
We look forward to meeting your canine confectionary needs!
Is your pup on a gluten-free dog food diet?
Don't forget their biscuits too! Even when the ingredients are naturally gluten-free, like oats, they can still contain gluten. You must be wondering how that's possible right? On the surface it just doesn't seem to make sense. But when we dug a little deeper, we found out that oats are almost always grown right next to wheat and so is usually contaminated, and therefore does not test gluten-free! Many grain-free flours are also contaminated with gluten.
Other ways that ingredients become contaminated with gluten are:
Ingredient(s) are processed on the same machines as gluten containing ingredients, such as wheat, or even oats that where contaminated in the field, before ever reaching the processing plant.
Poor quality control to separate gluten-free ingredients from gluten containing ingredients. I've even heard of grain free and gluten-free dog foods that simply don't bother to keep their gluten and non gluten containing foods from ever touching each other, putting each in the same containers without ever really cleaning them out in-between! Can you believe that?! Seems like a really simple step to take to protect the gluten intolerant dog and person.
Environmental contamination. Flour creates dust -- and lots of it. If goods are being made with regular ole white or wheat flour, or other gluten contaminated flours (like from oats grown next to wheat) in the same kitchen or anywhere in the area of your goods prior to packaging, you can be fairly confident there will be some contamination at some point.
These are just some of the most common ways that gluten-free foods can become contaminated. For some, this may be more vital than for others. But for dogs, or the people who handle their food and treats, with severe gluten intolerance, this can be of huge consequence and can take weeks to recover from.