FreezyPaws Superpremium Human Grade Veggie Topper Mix 30g (Pumpkin, Cauliflower, Broccoli & Carrot)
Australian Superpremium Human Grade Freeze-Dried Veggie Topper Mix 30g (Pumpkin, Cauliflower, Broccoli & Carrot)
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The Health Benefits Of Pumpkin
Natural Diarrhea Remedy – When pet parents talk about pumpkin, they usually bring up its digestive benefits. If your pet has diarrhea, ask your veterinarian about pumpkin. Soluble fiber helps slow digestion, increase food absorption, and add bulk to stool. For relief, experts recommend adding 1-4 tablespoons of pumpkin to your pet’s food bowl. Of course, it’s always a good idea to start with a smaller amount and see how your pet handles the new food.
Natural Constipation Relief – I know what you’re thinking: If pumpkin can help bulk my pet’s stool, wouldn’t it just make constipation worse? But, that’s not the case. Pumpkin also contains insoluble fiber, which helps draw water into the GI tract and lubricate dry stool. This ultimately helps your pet pass stool. Another benefit? Pumpkin offers a high water content. Experts recommend the same dosing as mentioned above, 1-4 tablespoons.
Promotes Eye Health – Pumpkin is loaded with Beta Carotene, which the liver converts to Vitamin A.
Benefits Bone Health – The bones are sure to benefit from pumpkin too! Vitamin A, Calcium, and Vitamin K in pumpkin help contribute to building strong bones.
The Health Benefits Of Broccoli
Anti-Cancer – Broccoli contains sulforaphane, a compound that various studies show to have potent anti-cancer properties.
Anti-Inflammatory – Broccoli contains antioxidants that fight inflammation.
Supports a Strong Immune System – This super veg is loaded with vitamin C and other key nutrients. In fact, broccoli has more vitamin C than an orange!
Aids natural detoxification processes in your dog’s body
Healthy Digestion – This is thanks to the high fiber content.
Supports Heart Health – Thanks to those anti-inflammatory properties.
Supports Eye Health – Broccoli is packed with antioxidants and carotenoids — like lutein and zeaxanthin — that benefit eye health.
Bone Health – Broccoli contains high levels of calcium and vitamin K, both of which are important for bone health.
The Health Benefits Of Cauliflower
There are many benefits to feeding pet cauliflower.
It is highly nutritious, containing vitamins A, vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin C, calcium, potassium, and folate. These vitamins benefit your pet's eyesight, blood, liver, muscles, immune system, and other organs.
It also contains phytonutrients such as lutein and zeaxanthin, which help protect against cancerous cells from forming within tissues lining organs.
Finally, they're a good source of fiber too. So if you see any signs of constipation, just give them raw florets right away.
It is a good source of fiber, Fiber is beneficial to your pet's intestinal health, weight management, and bowel difficulties.
The Health Benefits Of Carrots
Aids In Healthy Weight – According to The Association For Pet Obesity Prevention, as of 2018, approximately 56% of dogs in the United States were either overweight or obese. Whether your pooch falls into this majority category or not, carrots are a perfect nutrient-rich, low-calorie, and low-fat snack that canines can enjoy.
Immune Health – Carrots are loaded with antioxidants that help fight against free-radicals in the body, which are unstable molecules that can damage cells. If there are too many free radicals in the body, it can damage your dog’s DNA and lead to chronic disease. Experts link free radicals to various illnesses, including cancer.
Anti-Cancer – According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, almost half of dogs over the age of 10 will develop cancer. Thanks to the powerhouse immune-boosting nutrients in this veggie, carrots are a healthy addition to an anti-cancer diet.
Eye Health – Did you ever read Shel Silverstein as a kid? He wrote a hilarious poem about carrots and eyesight.
Our freeze-dried raw meat treats have never been cooked or processed in any form whatsoever. The superior freeze-dried method preserves food naturally, so there are no added chemicals or preservatives that are found in common pet foods and treats.
Even better, all the natural vitamins, minerals, nutrients, and the great taste of real, raw meat remain the same.
Only the best treats. Because they are Paw-family!
Suggested Serve: 1 tea spoon on your regular meal daily.
- 30 g
- Ideal for dogs and cats of all size/breed/age
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This is a great addition to the prey varieties of dog food I give my girls and they love it when sprinkled on top of their meals.