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Dog Treat Health Benefits from Doggie Wanna Cookie?

Nutritional Ingredients & Dog Treat Health Benefits of Doggie Wanna Cookie? Products

At Doggie Wanna Cookie? we take the nutritional value of our products seriously, and we know our customers do as well. We outlined the ingredients in our products and their nutritional value so you know exactly what you’re getting, and the dog treat health benefits for your dogs. Dogs love our treats because they are tasty, owners love them because they’re healthy.

Doggie Wanna Cookie? Fruits and Vegetables

Apples / Applesauce, unsweetened
Good source of dietary fiber, flavonoids, potassium, phytonutrients, vitamin A, & vitamin C

Bananas
Vitamins B6 and C, and potassium; Adds natural acidophilus bacteria to the bowels

Blueberries
Manganese, vitamins A, B6, C, K, and fiber, flavonoids, potassium, selenium and zinc and various carotenoids which are valuable anti-oxidants, many of which support vision

Pumpkin
High in vitamin A for resistance to infections, improve night vision and keep the body’s membranes healthy, potassium for good blood pressure, iron for healthy blood, and fiber to help digestion. Pumpkin has been documented to regulate both constipation and diarrhea in dogs.

Sweet Potatoes
Loaded with beta-carotene, making them the perfect choice to protect eye health; Packed with anthocyanins that have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties; Low in sodium and very low in saturated fat and cholesterol; Good source of dietary fiber, vitamin B6, potassium, vitamin A, vitamin C and manganese.  Sweet potatoes have even been known to help regulate blood sugar levels in diabetics.

Doggie Wanna Cookie? Proteins

Bacon, naturally cured – Nitrate/Nitrite-free
Favorite source of flavor; Good fat is essential for fur, skin, eyes, immune system, brain, and blood cells; provides Omega-6 and Omega-3 essential fatty acids

Chicken
One of the best sources of lean proteins, various vitamins, minerals and all nine essential amino acids while low in fat and cholesterol; Contains significant amounts of phosphorous, potassium and selenium

Coconut / Coconut Flour – Organic, unsweetened
Good source of protein, iron, and manganese; ‘Low-carb’, giving it a low glycemic index or GI; Very low in cholesterol and sodium; Also a very good source of Manganese; Gluten-free and Grain-free

Eggs
Contain all of the essential amino acids; Excellent form of digestible protein containing riboflavin, selenium.

Peanut Butter, natural (no sugar)
High in vitamins B and E, protein, amino acids, polyunsaturated fatty acids, calcium, phosphorus and niacin

Sunflower Seed Flour
Sunflower seeds are higher in protein than any other seed, nut or grain and have more micronutrients. Contains macronutrients of healthy fat in addition to the protein and fiber. Excellent source of vitamin E, magnesium, manganese and selenium; Contains vitamins B1, B3 and B6, copper, folate and phosphorus; Believed to help reduce blood levels of cholesterol, and enhance the immune response; Anti-inflammatory and heart healthy benefits; Gluten-free and Grain-Free

Turkey
More protein per gram than both chicken and beef while remaining lower in fat and cholesterol than other meats; Delivers vitamins and minerals, especially niacin, which facilitates the conversion of food into available energy, and Vitamin B6, which is important for the health of the nervous system. Turkey also has selenium, which is essential for proper thyroid and immune function.

Doggie Wanna Cookie? Grains

Brown Rice
Excellent source of complex carbohydrates, provides quick energy and is loaded with B vitamins and minerals

Flaxseed Meal
Good source of omega-3 fatty acids, which are essential fatty acids that are good for skin and coat; Contains alpha-linoleic acid, which offers benefits to your dog’s immune system. Alpha-linoleic acid also has an anti-inflammatory effect, so it might aid your dog if he shows signs of arthritis or other joint problems. Lignans in flax seed contain antioxidants.

Oat Bran
Rich in fiber; Gluten-free

Oat Flour
Healthy amounts of fiber, selenium (which fights cancer), B vitamins and iron; Gluten-free

Oatmeal
Excellent source of highly digestible carbohydrates, protein and nutritional fiber; Gluten-free

Tapioca Starch
Rich in calcium and vitamin C; Contains a nutritionally significant quantity of thiamine, riboflavin and nicotinic acid; Contains calcium, phosphorous, potassium, magnesium, and a significant amount of dietary fiber; Gluten-free

Doggie Wanna Cookie? Dairy

Cheese
Good source of protein, calcium and Phosphorus.  Newer studies indicate cheese may actually re-mineralize your pet’s teeth and reduce the acids that cause plaque and lead to cavities.  Cheese also helps to protect your aging pet from osteoporosis. 

Milk
Source of calcium, protein, B vitamins (anti-stress vitamins), vitamin A (for sharp eyesight) and potassium; Can also protect your dog from osteoporosis and colon cancer.

Yogurt
High in calcium, protein, and probiotics; good for the digestive system

Doggie Wanna Cookie? Fat/Flavor/Other

Canola Oil
Source of Omega-3 essential fatty acids

Carob
Low in fat and sodium, high in fiber, potassium, and calcium, and can improve digestion. It has a natural sweetness and contains very little fat, no caffeine and encourages the absorption of calcium.

Gelatin
Fat and cholesterol free; has anti-inflammatory and brain-protective actions which are especially important during aging and when under stress. Glycine, the main amino acid in gelatin, protects against seizures and brain damage. The benefits of gelatin for dogs with arthritis may include reduced inflammation and reduced pain.

Honey
Naturally high in enzymes, antioxidants and flavonoids; A natural sweetener that contains vitamins A, B-complex, C, D, E, and K, plus calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, silicon, sulfur, potassium, manganese, copper, and iodine; Best source of natural energy, a tonic for the nervous system and the heart, immediately absorbed by the blood and inhibits the development of pathogenic bacteria in the digestive tract; Said to increase the absorption of calcium consumed at the same time, help treat or prevent anemia, reduce arthritis pain, and help improve digestion

Peppermint Oil
Anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and analgesic; Freshens breath

Doggie Wanna Cookie? Herbs

Parsley
Rich in protein, fiber, and vitamins (A, C, B1, B2, and K); Contains trace minerals such as calcium, potassium, iron, magnesium, and phosphorus; Can absorb odors and freshen a dog’s breath; Antimicrobial and carminative (relieves flatulence); Anti-inflammatory and can therefore help dogs with inflammatory issues such as arthritis and cancer; Diuretic and can lower blood pressure