Monday, August 24, 2009

Pet Treats Should Be Healthy

Treat Worthy of a Tail-wag Salute
Packed with ingredients handpicked by Dr. Jane Bicks, Healthy Pet Net’s Antioxidant Health Bars have always been a fantastic way to nutritiously reward our lovable four-footers. But now, there’s even more reason to celebrate this formula for better health.
In the new Oatmeal & Apple Recipe formula, our good doctor added hefty helpings of vitamin E, C and beta-carotene for a serious jolt of antioxidants to help support and maintain their immune systems.
Dogs find this new recipe utterly irresistible. These delicious snacks have the tempting taste of apples, peanut butter and honey – flavors that come from those actual ingredients, not from artificial chemicals.

Just like the previous formulation, the new Antioxidant Health Bars feature a whole host of wholesome ingredients, including oatmeal, brown rice, ground flaxseed, rolled oats, dried whole eggs, cranberries and carrots, all of which help to round out this satisfying and healthy treat for a sublime taste sensation. You might even find yourself tempted to take a bite yourself!

The Best Way to Pamper Your Kitty
When it comes to treats, cats are frequently passed over by many pet food companies. At HealthyPetNet, we believe that your furry feline deserves the occasional reward of a tasty treat, just as much as do dogs.

If you haven’t had the pleasure of giving your sweet kitty the nutritional delight of Life’s Abundance Gourmet Cat Treats for Healthy Skin and Coat, you won’t believe the level of feline joy these kibbles can evoke. Your cat’s mouth will water in anticipation of these tasty indulgences, which feature chicken, herring, flaxseed and eggs.
As we have noted in the past, Dr. Jane believes that a stronger coat will lead to less hair being swallowed during grooming. To that end, these gourmet treats contain the superior-quality proteins crucial to the growth and maintenance of a strong coat.

To further support your cat’s health, these yummy nuggets feature a full range of nutrients to address the needs of the skin, which is the body’s largest organ. Dr. Jane included omega-3 fatty acids to help keep the skin hydrated and pliable. And vitamin E further helps to maintain skin elasticity. Additionally, there’s added vitamin C, to promote the production of collagen, the major component of skin.

Isn’t it time your cat enjoyed a little extra support, disguised as a tasty morsel?

For Dogs:
Life’s Abundance Antioxidant Health Bars - Oatmeal and Apple
For Cats:
Life’s Abundance Gourmet Cat Treats for Healthy Skin and Coat

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