Our ingredients as found in Mutt Meatballs Treat Mix and Mutt Soup Mix
Organic Rolled Oats Good source of soluble fiber. Contains more protein per calorie than any other common grain. Rich in silicon and helps to strengthen bones. Oats are also cholesterol lowering and reportedly good for treating a wide variety of diseases in humans and animals, including: inflammatory conditions, mental or physical exhaustion, depression, dyspepsia, insomnia, fevers, sexual dysfunctions and as a tonic during menopause or after parturition.
Organic Short Grain Brown Rice Low in Saturated Fat, Cholesterol and Sodium. A very good source of Manganese. Rice is good to feed when your dog has an upset tummy and needs a bland meal. There are a variety of different types of rice. Brown rice is a little higher in protein and a little lower in fat when compared to white rice
Organic Carrots A nutrient rich source of beta-carotene which works as an antioxidant. Carrots are very essential in our diet as this gives us the source of beta carotene and Vitamin A that enhances night vision. It also contains antioxidants, dietary fiber and minerals that give our dogs a healthy boost.
Organic Spinach Rich source of antioxidants. Good source of fiber, calcium, potassium and vitamins A, B6 and K.
Organic Red Bell Pepper Great source of vitamin C and contains beta-carotene. Red peppers are an excellent source of beta carotene and the cancer-preventing phytochemical, lycopene. Bell peppers decrease the chances of cataracts and other eye ailments, as well as stave off arthritis as your dog ages.
Organic Celery Powder Contains folate and potassium and is a natural source of calcium, magnesium and vitamin C. Looking for a natural way to deal with your dog’s anxiety? The calcium in celery might help.
Organic Basil An anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and antioxidant. Basil is rich in essential vitamins, minerals, phyto-nutrients, electrolytes and oils that are essential for optimal health. Basil is well known for its multiple disease preventing and health promoting properties.
Organic Turmeric Powder A good source of Vitamin C and Magnesium, Fiber, Vitamin B6, Iron, Potassium and Manganese. Curcumin, the principle active component in turmeric, is a potent anti-inflammatory and antibacterial agent that shows promise in the prevention and treatment of cancer and Alzheimer’s Disease, among other conditions. And yes, it is generally found to be safe for dogs and cats. Home Remedies: Vets frequently recommend the addition of turmeric to your dog or cat’s diet if they have been diagnosed with cancer. Turmeric can also be good for reducing arthritis inflammation and pain in pets!
Organic Parsley Vitamins A and B, calcium, magnesium and iron. Parsley is a wonderful herb because you can use every part of it: the leafs, roots, and seeds. Not only is it a nutritious supplement to a dog’s diet since the leaves are packed with chlorophyll, but it is also very helpful in combatting nasty dog breath. Helps with upset stomach and digestions.
Natural Sweet Potatoes A source of dietary fiber. Contains vitamin B6, vitamin C, bet-carotene and manganese and vitamin A. They’re rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory nutrients, and are classified as an anti-diabetic food. They received this title because animal studies have found that sweet potatoes help stabilize blood sugar levels and lower insulin resistance. They contain vitamin A which also protects against emphysema.
Natural Green Beans Green beans are a good source of plant fibre, vitamin K, vitamin C, and manganese. If your dog has a tendency to put on weight, then replacing some of her regular food with green beans is a great low calorie way to fill her up and help her maintain a healthy weight.
As always, check with your veterinarian before making any change to your dog’s diet.