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Made in the USA: Why Nature's Animals Dog Treats are Truly Homegrown

At Nature's Animals, we don't just make dog treats – we bake a little piece of family love into every single bite. But our story goes beyond just deliciousness; it's about dedication, quality, and a commitment to supporting American farmers, producers and pet parents! Here's why we proudly say our treats are truly homegrown, made in the USA from start to finish. A Legacy Baked with Love It all began with Mike, Tim's father, a man with a passion for baking and a heart full of love for family, including our furry companions. During his retirement, he created delicious human treats in his small bakery until a local pet store came knocking with a unique request: create a wholesome, homemade...

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Choosing the Right Dog Treats: Your Ultimate Guide to Decoding Labels

With so many choices and labels boasting about being "healthy" and "natural," how do you know which treats are genuinely good for your four-legged companion? Sometimes it’s really hard to tell.   In this ultimate guide to decoding dog treat labels, we'll equip you with the knowledge and understanding to navigate the world of dog treats with confidence. You'll learn how to decode labels, demystify ingredient lists, and even uncover hidden dangers that could be lurking in those seemingly innocent treats.So, if you're ready to arm yourself with the knowledge to make the best choices for your dog's health and well-being, dive into this ultimate guide to decoding labels! Understanding Dog Treat Labels To truly make the best choices for your...

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Delightful December Doggy Celebrations: Tails of Joy for Christmas and Hanukkah!

As snowflakes begin to dance and holiday cheer fills the air, have you ever wondered how to turn this festive season into a magical experience for your furry companions? Picture your dog's tail wagging with excitement as they become part of your cherished traditions. In the spirit of Christmas and Hanukkah, why not unwrap a world of joy for your four-legged family members with this quick to create tails of holiday joy for your pets! We have lots of tips on how you can include your dog in your holiday celebrations. And we’ve made it all a lot more merry by introducing our Nature’s Animals ‘Wrapped in Winter’ Christmas, Hanukkah and Winter-themed treat boxes just in time for gift-giving! They...

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Surprising ‘Yes-Please’ and ‘Heck No’ Thanksgiving Foods for Your Dog

November is a month of giving thanks, and what better way to express gratitude to the canine member of your family than by treating them to some delicious Thanksgiving snacks? As you prepare your holiday feast, it's essential to keep in mind that not all Thanksgiving foods are safe for your dog. Let’s explore five surprising yes-please foods that your pup can enjoy and discuss five heck no's to avoid sharing with your four-legged companion. 5 Surprising Yes-Please Foods for Your Pup Turkey Delight: When it comes to Thanksgiving, turkey is the star of the show. Fortunately, your dog can – thoughtfully – be invited to partake in this festive delight too! Turkey is an excellent source of protein. Serve your...

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Pawsitively Yummy: A Wag-Worthy Comparison of Sweet Potatoes and Pumpkin for Your Dog

When it comes to treating your dog to wholesome goodness, few options are as perfect as sweet potato and pumpkin. These colorful, nutrient-packed veggies not only tantalize the taste buds but also offer a bevy of health benefits for your canine companion! Harnessing the power of pumpkin and sweet potato Both sweet potato and pumpkin are nutritional powerhouses for your dog, providing essential vitamins, fiber, antioxidants, and minerals that contribute to their overall well-being.  Sweet Potato Sweet potatoes are a great source of vitamin A, which is crucial for good vision, immune system support, and skin health. They are also rich in vitamin C, an antioxidant that helps combat free radicals and boost the immune system. Additionally, sweet potatoes are...

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