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Get The Ultimate Thanksgiving Treat For Your Pup

This months featured subscription treat is all about Thanksgiving. What foods remind you of that special day and conjure up memories that bring an instant smile to your face? It probably involves some of the same ingredients we put in our treat for November, Thanksgiving Dinner. We wanted your dog to have the same experience all wrapped into an insanely good treat. It begins with Chickpea Flour to hold everything together and has Organic Acorn Squash, Organic Peas, Dried Cranberries, and of course Organic Turkey Breast. Below is some of the benefits of the ingredients in our Thanksgiving Dinner treat. 

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Chickpea Flour also known as garbanzo bean flour, are legumes, like lentils and peas. They are high in easily digestable protein and an excellent source of folic acid, potassium and fiber. Chickpeas contain thiamin, niacin, vitamin B6 and calcium. *Gluten and Wheat Free

Organic Acorn Squash high in fiber and good for diebetic dogs. It is packed with Beta Carotene and helps with digestive issues.

Organic Peas contain high levels of vegetable protein and insoluble fiber. They are gluten free and have a low glycemic index. Also, an excellent source of B complex along with Vitamins C & K, Potassium and several trace minerals. *Dogs can only digest cooked peas.

Dried Cranberries are rich in Vitamins including A, B1, B2, C, and many nutrients. They are full of minerals and antioxidants. Cranberries are an excellent supplement to your dog’s diet for the promotion of urinary tract health.

Honey natural sweetener, they can easily digest and absorb it. 

Organic Turkey Breast nitrate free and full of lean protein.

How do you get this amazing treat for your pup? By signing up for our monthly subscription.

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Why choose a subscription from Arrfscarf? Because we bring you a well thought out treat that is made with ingredients that are beneficial to your pup and fresh. The ingredients have purpose and nutritional value. We don’t believe that dog’s can’t share in having the regular human food we can. We start by researching what is nutritious for people. If it is good for a dog something delicious is created and is tweaked to their palates and stomachs.

Links

http://bunkblog.net/foods-safe-for0dogs/can-dogs-eat-peas

http://www.bobsredmill.com/garbanzo-bean-flour.html?&cat=

http://raisinghealthydogs.com/the-health-benefits-of-cranberries-for-dogs