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Contains: 100% Dried Raspberries 

Shown in the bowl are the full contents of a single 2oz pack.

🔺Health Benefits of Raspberries :
Raspberries are low in sugar, fat and calories with high amounts of Antioxidants, Vitamin C, Vitamin K, Potassium, Copper, Fiber, Manganese and Complex B Vitamins.

🔸Weight Loss
Raspberries are considered low on the glycemic index, making them ideal for dogs with diabetes or obesity. The addition of insoluble fiber helps improve a dog’s digestive system and encourages weight loss by keeping your dog fuller for a longer period of time.

🔸Immunity Support
Raspberries offer a deeper concentration of antioxidants than most fruits due to it’s high levels of flavonoids, ellagic acid, vitamin C, and quercetin.

The role of flavonoids is to regulate cellular activity and reduce free radicals caused by everyday exposure to toxins, pollution and stressors.

Quercetin is a commonly known flavonoid linked to killing cancer cells, lowering inflammation, preventing heart disease, controlling blood sugar, and reducing swelling.

While all dogs can benefit from Raspberries, senior dogs will appreciate the most support by increasing antioxidants to their diets. Antioxidants reduce inflammation in sore joints, slow the growth of arthritis, and can slow the effects of aging on their brains, protecting them against cognitive aging and doggy dementia. Powerful antioxidants can also reduce the possibility of heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and arthritis.

🚫 Dietary Warning:
Raspberries contain trace amounts of naturally occurring xylitol which can be fatal for dogs, so it’s crucial not to overdue portion sizes. That said, a 22-pound dog would need to consume 32 cups of Raspberries in a single serving for a fatal dosage. Stick to the recommended feeding and you’ll have nothing to worry about!

🔺Fending Instructions:
Sprinkle 1/8 tsp per 15lbs of dog per day, at the most, every other day.

Added fruits and veggies should not exceed more than 10% of a dog or cat’s daily intake!