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Almond meal contains protein, healthy fats, B-complex vitamins and vitamin E. It is also a good source of trace minerals (like manganese, potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc, and selenium).


The modest apple packs quite a punch with its vitamin A and vitamin C. Vitamin A is an essential vitamin for dogs, necessary in their diet for strengthening the immune system and supporting skin and coat health. Vitamin C aids in the proper growth of muscles and bones during your pups development, and helps older dogs with inflammation issues.


Supports oxygen utilization and limits free radical damage during aerobic activity. The Sanskrit translation of ashwagandha is “the smell of a horse” - don’t worry, it doesn’t ACTUALLY smell like a horse. It was rumored in ancient times to give the strength and power of a stallion. Not a bad deal for an herb.


The ultimate mobility molecule - eliminates free radicals without pro-oxidant effects. Astaxanthin is what actually gives salmon and flamingoes their pink color! Don’t worry - your pup won’t turn pink, but wouldn’t that be cool?


A European berry that is related to the blueberry and looks very similar to the blueberry, the bilberry promotes long-term eye health and function

Black Pepper Fruit

A fruit of many names - also known as “piper nigrum” and “piperine”, the black pepper fruit prolongs the effects of CBD and the entourage effect while being rich in terpenes and other phytocannabinoids


While humans like to add blueberries to smoothies, pancakes, and so much more, we like to add it to some of your dog’s chews! High in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and other nutrients, blueberries help maintain a healthy anti-inflammatory response to rigorous activity.


Carrots make a great, nutrient-dense addition to your pup’s diet. In addition to being low in calories, they are an excellent source of vitamin A, potassium, and fiber, as well as a handful of other vitamins.

Ceylon Cinnamon

Also known as "true cinnamon", ceylon cinnamon contains powerful antioxidant that boosts energy, vitality, circulation, cognitive function and overall brain health while encouraging muscle recovery and reducing soreness - plus, it makes for a delicious, fresh-baked taste!


Blueberries are one of only 4 fruit crops native to North America. Kat's home state of Maine is the largest producer of wild blueberries in the world. (University of Maine)


You've probably heard of drinking chamomile tea after a long, stressful day. Did you know chamomile is also known to provide relief for stressed and restless animals? It also helps with motion-sickness!


Provides lubrication to joints to support joint health and mobility

Coconut Oil

Full of healthy fats that gently elevate metabolism, boosting your dog’s vitality while simultaneously balancing its body weight. As a bonus, coconut oil helps maintain your pet’s skin and coat for a healthy sheen.


Supports a healthy heart and nervous system, extremely powerful antioxidant that tackles free radical damage right at the source, promoting optimal cell maintenance and healthy mitochondria

Cordyceps Mushroom

Also known as Caterpillar Fungus, Cordyceps Mushrooms are the latest for fungi-fueled endurance and stamina for active play and long hikes


Cranberries are rich in antioxidants, as well as having anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial qualities that may help to keep your dog from experiencing GI-related issues. They may also help keep your pup’s teeth squeaky clean!


Highly potent turmeric extract which is 1600x more powerful than the turmeric spice you have in your kitchen to reduce oxidative stress and promote long-term health. Additionally, reduces free radical damage, enhances the immune response, supports heart and nervous system, and promotes homeostasis.


You’re probably familiar with eggs - scrambled, fried, hard-boiled, and in your dog’s chews! Eggs are packed with unique animal-based antioxidants like ovalbumin and ovotransferrin.


Rich in polyunsaturated plant-based omega-3 fats that reduce occasional stiffness and soreness


A root which reduces free-radical promoting molecules made by the body. Also known to settle upset stomachs

Ginkgo Biloba

Not just two really fun words, this plant helps promotes a healthy brain and nervous system by supporting cognitive function. Ginkgo Biloba is a Chinese tree that has been used for thousands of years and is the only surviving member of an ancient line of plants so it’s sometimes referred to as a living fossil!


A natural compound harvested from shells of shellfish, glucosamine provides lubrication to joints to support joint health and mobility

New Zealand Green-Lipped Mussel

Did you know New Zealand exports 140,000 tonnes of mussels a year? The green-lipped mussel is a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids and minerals and it tastes delicious to both humans and animals!

Hawthorn Berry

A flowering shrub of the rose family, this plant helps support cardiovascular health and circulation

Holy basil

Also known as tulsi, holy basil enhances liver and kidney functions to support a healthy immune system


Honey may contain small amounts of vitamins and minerals, but we use it primarily as a sweetener, and to give our products that home-baked taste your pups love


May help improve exercise performance and muscle recovery


An amino acid known to help the body in stressful and exciting situations.


Herbs known to promote relaxation of body and mind. We add lavender to our “No More Wiggles” product, but we also recommend lavender in your own tea, bubble bath, or in a candle.


Molasses give a handful of our products a touch of sweetness, but it also contains a variety of dog-friendly nutrients like vitamin B6, copper, iron, calcium, potassium, magnesium, manganese, and selenium. Say that five times fast!

Nutritional Yeast

Nutritional yeast is a flavorfully delicious alternative to some spices and cheeses. It’s rich in amino acids, which help aid your pup’s body in its everyday function, as well as minerals.


Oats and oat flour are great sources of soluble fiber with a low glycemic index. They’re great for dogs with grain sensitivities and allergies, and help to maintain your pup’s cardiovascular system.


Calming botanical known to aid in behavioral problem management for hyperactive dogs

Peanut Butter

What pup doesn’t love peanut butter? Bonus… it’s a good source of protein that also contains heart-healthy fats, niacin, and vitamins B and E.

Reishi Mushroom

Wild-harvested from the northeastern US, but originally a popular fungus used in Eastern medicine and native to Asia, this mushroom enhances the immune system response


An herb you probably have in your own kitchen, rosemary imparts a calming effect on the nerves to help maintain a relaxed disposition. Did you know it is a member of the mint family along with oregano, thyme, basil, AND lavender?


Wild Alaskan salmon oil is brimming with powerful Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids that provide vital nutrients for skin, coat, and body wellness. These essential fats, like EPA and DHA, help to support heart health, brain function, and maintaining proper joint function.

Sweet Potato

Sweet potato is rich in fiber, which can help promote your pup’s healthy digestive system. What’s more, they’re rich in vitamins B6, C, and A, as well as containing the antioxidant beta-carotene, which may help protect against heart disease.


Tapioca is a starch that gives some of our products a carbohydrate boost. The best part? It’s gluten-free!


Known as the 'Golden Spice,’ turmeric has been used for centuries because it boasts a wide spectrum of health benefits. In addition to promoting intestinal health and liver function, it’s a natural anti-inflammatory that can extend your dog’s healthspan and reduces joint pain associated with arthritis.

Valerian Root

An herb grown throughout the world that helps pets cope with household stresses like environmental noise or separation

Vitamin C

Antioxidants to enhance the immune response. Good sources of Vitamin C include citrus fruits which is why you may associate it with orange juice!

Vitamin E

A fat-soluble vitamin that reduces oxidative stress and supports normal immune function