Sweet Potato – $18
Single-ingredient treats made with non-GMO sweet potatoes from Nature’s Way Farms in North Carolina. High in dietary fiber and packed with antioxidants. Great for digestion and gut health. Hand sliced and gently dehydrated. Made and sourced in the USA.
100% Non-GMO Sweet Potato.
4oz (113g) per pouch.
Hand sliced and gently dehydrated.
All-natural, single-ingredient, human-grade, wheat-free, soy-free, & GMO-free.
USDA Animal + Plant Inspection Service certified.
Crude protein (min) 4.0%, Crude fat (min) 0.0%, Crude fiber (max) 6.0%, Moisture (max) 20.0%
Break treat into smaller pieces to feed to your dog. Provide water, always.
Remember folks, treats aren't a meal replacement. Always supervise your dog when they're snacking and discard a treat if a potential hazard presents itself.
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Reasons to Love
Tasty and rich in dietary fiber and antioxidants. Sweet potatoes are great for digestion and promote gut health.
One ingredient — no fillers or preservatives.
Whole pieces that break down into multiple servings.
Our sweet potato treats are made with one ingredient - non-GMO sweet potatoes from Nature’s Way Farms in North Carolina.
Yep, all of those things.
Nope, none of that stuff.
Sweet potatoes promote digestive health with high levels of dietary fiber and antioxidants. They’re also very tasty.
We source our non-GMO sweet potatoes from Nature’s Way Farms in North Carolina.
Nature’s Way Farms is family-owned and produces sweet potatoes that are free of chemicals, preservatives, and pesticides. At Nature’s Way, all sweet potatoes are harvested, monitored, and packaged in accordance with Primus and Global Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) standards.
Yes, sweet potatoes are tested for pesticides, genetic breeding, and nutritional content.
They’re hand sliced then gently dehydrated to maintain freshness.