Where did you find how great Luscious Liver Dog Treats are?
Maybe through your recent stay at a “Four or Five Star” hotel.
Many hotels and resorts are now providing Luscious Liver Dog Treats to their guests!
>>> Personal Story <<<
“Our Morky (Maltese & Yorky) shunned all dog treats, literally ALL. We went to the Fairmont Princess Hotel in Scottsdale, Arizona, with “Winston” and received a pet friendly package. Included were Luscious Liver Dog Treats.
He Loved Them, and, even after a year, he asks for them several times a day!” – Jim Schuett
Luscious Liver Dog Treats are available HERE! (in our STORE)
The main ingredient is LIVER!
- Shelf Life of 18 months!
- Available: Two sizes of biscuits, small and large
- Small Biscuit: 8 oz bag, 4½ lb. and 13 lb. Box
- Large Biscuit: 12 oz bag, 4½ lb. and 13 lb. Box
- To order, Click Here
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Dogs everywhere LOVE these delicious treats.
Did we tell you: “The main ingredient is LIVER!“
Why no Corn, Wheat, Soy, Salt, Sugar, or GMO?
The first, and most important reason, is that soy, corn, and wheat are not species appropriate and are not meant to be consumed by cats or dogs.
Soy is one of the most genetically modified foods on the planet (97%). While their crops are covered in pesticides, everything dies, except for the soy. It is left to absorb all of those chemicals that were sprayed onto the crops. And, if it’s in the soy – it will go into your pet.
Soy also wreaks havoc with the endocrine system causing problems for thyroid function. Soy has been falsely advertised as a health food, but in our opinion, it is most definitely NOT.
Corn. It is very common to see corn at the top of many of the more inferior pet food’s ingredients panels. Corn is also more often than not, genetically modified and although many people call corn a vegetable, it is actually a grain. It also converts to sugar in the body, which has a negative affect on your pet. Sugar puts stress on the organs, and causes GI tract upset.
Wheat. Wheat contains high amounts of gluten, which damages the small intestine, alters gut flora, and can lead to autoimmune disease. It can also cause inflammation leading to joint pain. There is little to no nutritional value in wheat, so we feel it has no place in your pet’s diet.
By-Product Meal, So what IS by-product meal?
By-Product meal is a high-protein commodity used as a major component in many low-end pet foods. It is made from grinding rendered parts of poultry carcasses and can contain bones, offal, undeveloped eggs, and feathers that are unavoidable in the processing of the poultry parts. Poultry by-product meal quality and composition can change from one batch to another. Almost all are laden with antibiotics