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Cranberries are a healthy treat for dogs. In fact, they are often found in dog food recipes because they are considered a superfood. They contain a chemical compound that can help prevent urinary tract infections. They are also high in fiber and antioxidants that help prevent disease and boost the immune system. The tiny seeds inside of fresh cranberries are also safe, edible, and nutritious. 

Here are some of the vitamins and minerals that make them a superfood treat:

  • Vitamin C

  • Manganese

  • Vitamin E

  • Vitamin K

  • Vitamin B1 

  • Vitamin B2

  • Copper

Coconut is full of healthy vitamins, nutrients, good fats, and carbohydrates to fuel your dog and boost its immune system.

There are several health benefits for adding coconut to your dog’s diet:

  • Reduces Inflammation: Coconut contains anti-inflammatory properties that speed healing and reduce swelling around cuts, wounds, and hot spots. Coconut meat can also help relieve joint pain caused by arthritis.
  • Strengthens the Immune System: Coconut contains lauric acid which fights virus, yeast infections, ringworm, and giardia. Coconut meat also has lots of antioxidants that help defend the body against bacteria, parasites and fungi.
  • Improves Skin and Coat: The fatty acids in coconut support a healthy coat, and the antioxidants can relieve dry, itchy skin. Coconut oil, while shouldn’t be eaten, is great as a topical moisturizer that can improve your dog’s coat.

Goat’s milk is loaded with probiotics that help to support digestion by increasing the population of healthy bacteria in your dog’s digestive tract. Supporting your dog's digestion helps to improve nutrient absorption, boosts the immune system, and aids in filtering out toxins. In addition, goat’s milk also provides:

  • Moisture - vital to all systems in your dog's body
  • Calcium - component of bone, strengthens muscle and supports blood clotting
  • B vitamins - support a healthy metabolism, digestion, and hormone regulation
  • Vitamin A - maintains eye health and cell function
  • Protein - provides amino acids needed to run the whole body

Unless your dog is lactose intolerant, plain Greek yogurt is better and safer for dogs than other types of yogurt. It contains more concentrated levels of probiotics (live cultures of bacteria), which do good things for a dog’s gut. Greek yogurt is particularly helpful for dogs taking antibiotics, which kill off some of the good bacteria in a dog’s gut. The probiotics in Greek yogurt also fight yeast infections, which can help dogs with recurring ear or skin infections.

Ingredient List: 
Cranberry, Desiccated Coconut, Goat Milk, Greek Yoghurt 

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Figs are rich in potassium and calcium, which are essential nutrients to promote strong bones, blood pressure and gut health. This nutrient-rich fruit is a great source of dietary fiber for dogs.

Rosemary is healthy for your dog to eat and can even be used as a natural flea repellant. It also contains antioxidants that may prevent cancer and heart disease and is good for your dog’s digestive issues given its antimicrobial properties. Rosemary can also improve memory and mood.

Goat’s milk is loaded with probiotics that help to support digestion by increasing the population of healthy bacteria in your dog’s digestive tract. Supporting your dog's digestion helps to improve nutrient absorption, boosts the immune system, and aids in filtering out toxins. In addition, goat’s milk also provides:

  • Moisture - vital to all systems in your dog's body
  • Calcium - component of bone, strengthens muscle and supports blood clotting
  • B vitamins - support a healthy metabolism, digestion, and hormone regulation
  • Vitamin A - maintains eye health and cell function
  • Protein - provides amino acids needed to run the whole body

Unless your dog is lactose intolerant, plain Greek yogurt is better and safer for dogs than other types of yogurt. It contains more concentrated levels of probiotics (live cultures of bacteria), which do good things for a dog’s gut. Greek yogurt is particularly helpful for dogs taking antibiotics, which kill off some of the good bacteria in a dog’s gut. The probiotics in Greek yogurt also fight yeast infections, which can help dogs with recurring ear or skin infections.

Coconut is full of electrolytes that can help keep your dog hydrated and even give them a boost of energy as it’s full of nutrients like potassium, calcium and vitamin C. It also helps reduce inflammation, strengthens the immune system and improves skin and coat.

Ingredient List: 
Fig, Rosemary, Goat Milk, Greek Yoghurt, Coconut

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Benefits of ginger:

  • Contains antioxidants, which protect against cell damage
  • Works as a natural anti-inflammatory, which can improve muscle and joint health and ease canine arthritis 
  • Decreases gas and bloating
  • Stimulates the circulatory system

Healthy amounts ofcinnamon can often gift your pooch with anti-inflammatory properties, slow bacterial growth, and can even help older and obese dogs fight the risk of contracting diabetes by regulating blood sugar and raising their insulin resistance.

Honey is beneficial for many reasons, including its known antibacterial and antifungal properties. Honey has been used by humans for centuries to help with coughs and colds, as well as build immunities and treat local allergens.

Goat’s milk is loaded with probiotics that help to support digestion by increasing the population of healthy bacteria in your dog’s digestive tract. Supporting your dog's digestion helps to improve nutrient absorption, boosts the immune system, and aids in filtering out toxins. In addition, goat’s milk also provides:

  • Moisture - vital to all systems in your dog's body
  • Calcium - component of bone, strengthens muscle and supports blood clotting
  • B vitamins - support a healthy metabolism, digestion, and hormone regulation
  • Vitamin A - maintains eye health and cell function
  • Protein - provides amino acids needed to run the whole body

Unless your dog is lactose intolerant, plain Greek yogurt is better and safer for dogs than other types of yogurt. It contains more concentrated levels of probiotics (live cultures of bacteria), which do good things for a dog’s gut. Greek yogurt is particularly helpful for dogs taking antibiotics, which kill off some of the good bacteria in a dog’s gut. The probiotics in Greek yogurt also fight yeast infections, which can help dogs with recurring ear or skin infections.

Ingredient List: 
Organic Ginger, Organic Cinnamon, Organic Honey, Goat Milk, Greek Yoghurt

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What is Kefir?

Kefir is a good source of gut-boosting probiotics, vitamins and minerals – in moderation. During fermentation, the bacteria produces carbon dioxide and breaks lactose in the milk down into lactic acid. As a result, kefir actually contains relatively little lactose compared to milk and yogurt. That low lactose content means that even dogs that are lactose-intolerant are likely able to stomach kefir. 

Includes: 

- 27 frozen assorted cubes

- 5 flavours ( strawberry, mango, blue spirulina, wheatgrass, blueberry)

*bring your tin back for a top up at 50c off*

Feeding Guide: 

Small Sized Dog (below 10kg): 1 cube a day

Medium Sized Dog (10kg - 20kg): 2 cubes a day

Large Sized Dogs (20kg and above): 3 cubes a day

with kefir, always start slow (half the recommended dosage) and increase overtime. Furry kiddos need time for their tummies to adjust to new healthy bacteria in their GI tract.

Storage: 

Keep in freezer upon receiving, store for up to 3 months 

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Activated charcoal has some great health benefits for your dog beyond gut health. It can act as a natural tooth whitening ingredient for dogs, as the activated charcoal binds and absorbs stains on your dog’s teeth. It also acts as a breath freshener for dogs.

Blackberries are chock-full of nutritional perks, including:

  • Anthocyanins, an antioxidant found in purple, blue, or red foods, fight free radicals and may provide health benefits, including anti-inflammatory and anti-viral effects, reduced risk of heart disease and cancer, and improved brain function.

  • Low sugar content should be mandatory with every dog treat. Berries are lower in sugar content than other fruits and are an excellent choice for your pup.

  • Fiber can help with gastrointestinal issues, such as constipation or diarrhea. It can also make your pet feel full, which may help reduce her whining for more food when you’re trying to help her lose a few pounds.

  • Vitamins are useful for many reasons. Blackberries are loaded with vitamins A, B, C, E, and K, and help support the following:

    • Building the immune system

    • Synthesizing hormones

    • Activating enzymes

    • Metabolizing food

    • Encouraging growth

    • Reducing inflammation

    • Increasing energy levels

  • Omega-3 fatty acids are the backbone for a shiny coat, healthy skin, and strong teeth.

Coconut is full of electrolytes that can help keep your dog hydrated and even give them a boost of energy as it’s full of nutrients like potassium, calcium and vitamin C. It also helps reduce inflammation, strengthens the immune system and improves skin and coat.


Ingredient List: 
Blackberry, Lychee, Activated Charcoal, Coconut

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Pumpkin contains vitamins like A, C, and E, as well as minerals like iron and potassium. Due to its high soluble fiber content, pumpkin is very good for your dog’s digestion. If you feed your dog some pumpkin, it will add bulk to their stool. This helps reduce issues with diarrhoea. In addition, fermentation of the same fiber produces beneficial fatty acids that supply energy to cells. Pumpkin also aids in lowering the acidity level of your dog’s large intestines.

Healthy amounts of cinnamon can often gift your pooch with anti-inflammatory properties, slow bacterial growth, and can even help older and obese dogs fight the risk of contracting diabetes by regulating blood sugar and raising their insulin resistance.

Goat’s milk is loaded with probiotics that help to support digestion by increasing the population of healthy bacteria in your dog’s digestive tract. Supporting your dog's digestion helps to improve nutrient absorption, boosts the immune system, and aids in filtering out toxins. In addition, goat’s milk also provides:

  • Moisture - vital to all systems in your dog's body
  • Calcium - component of bone, strengthens muscle and supports blood clotting
  • B vitamins - support a healthy metabolism, digestion, and hormone regulation
  • Vitamin A - maintains eye health and cell function
  • Protein - provides amino acids needed to run the whole body

Unless your dog is lactose intolerant, plain Greek yogurt is better and safer for dogs than other types of yogurt. It contains more concentrated levels of probiotics (live cultures of bacteria), which do good things for a dog’s gut. Greek yogurt is particularly helpful for dogs taking antibiotics, which kill off some of the good bacteria in a dog’s gut. The probiotics in Greek yogurt also fight yeast infections, which can help dogs with recurring ear or skin infections.

Coconut is full of electrolytes that can help keep your dog hydrated and even give them a boost of energy as it’s full of nutrients like potassium, calcium and vitamin C. It also helps reduce inflammation, strengthens the immune system and improves skin and coat.


Ingredient List: 
Pumpkin Purée, Cinnamon, Coconut, Goats Milk, Greek Yoghurt

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Blueberries are a great low-calorie treat for dogs. They also contain antioxidants, fiber and vitamins C and K. These nutrients support the immune system and contribute to overall health.

Goat’s milk is loaded with probiotics that help to support digestion by increasing the population of healthy bacteria in your dog’s digestive tract. Supporting your dog's digestion helps to improve nutrient absorption, boosts the immune system, and aids in filtering out toxins. In addition, goat’s milk also provides:

  • Moisture - vital to all systems in your dog's body
  • Calcium - component of bone, strengthens muscle and supports blood clotting
  • B vitamins - support a healthy metabolism, digestion, and hormone regulation
  • Vitamin A - maintains eye health and cell function
  • Protein - provides amino acids needed to run the whole body

Unless your dog is lactose intolerant, plain Greek yogurt is better and safer for dogs than other types of yogurt. It contains more concentrated levels of probiotics (live cultures of bacteria), which do good things for a dog’s gut. Greek yogurt is particularly helpful for dogs taking antibiotics, which kill off some of the good bacteria in a dog’s gut. The probiotics in Greek yogurt also fight yeast infections, which can help dogs with recurring ear or skin infections.

Coconut is full of electrolytes that can help keep your dog hydrated and even give them a boost of energy as it’s full of nutrients like potassium, calcium and vitamin C. It also helps reduce inflammation, strengthens the immune system and improves skin and coat.


Ingredient List: 
Blueberry, Coconut, Goats Milk, Greek Yoghurt

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What is Kefir?

Kefir is a good source of gut-boosting probiotics, vitamins and minerals – in moderation. During fermentation, the bacteria produces carbon dioxide and breaks lactose in the milk down into lactic acid. As a result, kefir actually contains relatively little lactose compared to milk and yogurt. That low lactose content means that even dogs that are lactose-intolerant are likely able to stomach kefir.

Feeding Guide: 

Small Sized Dog (below 10kg): 1 tablespoon a day

Medium Sized Dog (10kg - 20kg): 1 -2 tablespoon a day

Large Sized Dogs (20kg and above): 2 - 3 tablespoon a day

With kefir, always start slow (half the recommended dosage) and increase overtime. Furry kiddos need time for their tummies to adjust to new healthy bacteria in their GI tract.

Storage:

Frozen: Keep in freezer upon receiving, store up to 3 months.

Once thawed: 

- reportion and refreeze for up to 3 months

or 

- consume within 2 weeks 

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Spinach contains large amounts of vitamines A, B, C, and K. It also contains iron, antioxidants, beta-carotene, and roughage, which stimulate the digestive tract.

Fresh pineapple is rich in B-complex vitamins as well as vitamin C. It also contains high amounts of minerals and electrolytes, including potassium, magnesium, iron and zinc. Many of the nutrients in pineapple can help support your dog's immune system and are good for digestive health.

Spirulina is a highly nutritious microalgae with a wide range of health benefits for dogs, ranging from helping with allergies to improving digestion.

Packed with chlorophyll, anti-oxidants and the essential fatty acid GLA, spirulina is a nutritional powerhouse.

Coconut is full of electrolytes that can help keep your dog hydrated and even give them a boost of energy as it’s full of nutrients like potassium, calcium and vitamin C. It also helps reduce inflammation, strengthens the immune system and improves skin and coat.


Ingredient List: 
Spinach, Spirulina, Pineapple, Coconut

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Are your furry kiddos suffering in Singapore's erratic weather? Our pawpsicles are perfect for it! Cool your pups down with this icy cold treat made with 100% Natural Ingredients only. NO SUGAR/HIDDEN NASTIES. It is a perfect after-walk treat!

The regular-sized pawpsicles are best recommended for medium to large dogs or for those who are planning to share! We currently have 7 flavours in our menu with the addition of seasonal flavours!

Ingredient List: 
Blueberry, Strawberry, Coconut

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Are your furry kiddos suffering in Singapore's erratic weather? Our pawpsicles are perfect for it! Cool your pups down with this icy cold treat made with 100% Natural Ingredients only. (NO SUGAR/HIDDEN NASTIES) It is a perfect after-walk treat!

Our regular-sized pawpsicles are best recommended for medium to large dogs or for those who are planning to share! We currently have 7 flavours in our menu with the addition of seasonal flavours!

Ingredient List: 
Strawberry, Coconut, Goats Milk, Greek Yoghurt

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Are your furry kiddos suffering in Singapore's erratic weather? Our pawpsicles are perfect for it! Cool your pups down with this icy cold treat made with 100% Natural Ingredients only. NO SUGAR/HIDDEN NASTIES. It is a perfect after-walk treat!

Our regular-sized pawpsicles are best recommended for medium to large dogs or for those who are planning to share! We currently have 7 flavours in our menu with the addition of seasonal flavours!

Ingredient List: 
Watermelon, Kiwi, Coconut