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We keep our current favorite flavors in stock and in the cart! We do not carry all of the flavors at one time. If you want more options, contact us or find your local treat dealer here>>

Treat flavors in stock:

Alfalfa Rings

Anise Sticks

Apple Cinnamon

Apricot Peach

Banana

Beet Root

Carrot Hearts

Cherry

Coconut

Eucalyptus

Garlic

Herbal Sticks

Herbal Balls

Orange Peel

Papaya

Peppermint

Pineapple Rings

Rice Aronia

Rosehip Balls

Strawberry Flowers

Wild Fruit Mix

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About the treats:

We are excited to offer over 40 flavors of fresh farm-grown fruits, vegetables and herbs (dried) for all your animals. These treats are non-GMO, no preservatives, additives, pesticides and no added sugar. We do have treats that are corn-free and grain-free well.

Corn Free
Milk Thistle Rings
Anise Sticks
Eucalyptus Sticks
Garlic Sticks
Herbal Sticks
Nettle Honey Sticks
Licorice Sticks
Oregano Sticks
Raspberry with Linen Fiber Sticks
Rice Raspberry Rings
Rice Aronia Rings
Pure Apple Sticks
Thyme Sticks
Rice Milk Thistle Rings
Sage
Grain Free
Mango Sticks
Pure Apple Sticks
Clicker Apple Carrot Sticks

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Want to know how different flavors help the horse?

Treat Benefits:

Alfalfa- Used for its easily-assimilated nutrients like protein, magnesium, calcium, and energy. Alfalfa is great for growing horses, horses in high activity levels, and horses that may need to put on weight. In rabbits, alfalfa also helps to provide easily assimilated nutrients like protein. Being a legume, alfalfa is a preferred feed for rabbits and tends to be more palatable than grass hays. It also helps rabbits grow and maintain their weight.

Smith, S.E., et al. Nutrient Requirements of Rabbits: a Report of the Subcommittee on Rabbit Nutrition, Committee on Animal Nutrition, Agricultural Board, National Academy of Science, National Research Council. National Academy of Sciences-National Research Council, 1966 and http://alfalfa.ucdavis.edu/ symposium/proceedings/2001/01-061.pdf. Rodiek, Anne. “ Hay for Horses: Alfalfa or Grass?” Dec. 2001.

Anise- Helpful in settling the stomach including reducing gas, bloating, nausea, indigestion, colic, and to settle digestion.

Ibrahim, Doa A Anwar. “Medicinal Benefits Of Anise Seeds (Pimpinella Anisum) And Thymus Vulgaris In A Sample Of Healthy Volunteers.” International Journal of Research in Ayurveda & Pharmacy, vol. 8, no. 3, 2017, pp. 91–95., doi:10.7897/2277-4343.083150.

Apple- Apples are high in Vitamins C, K, and E. Vitamin C is an antioxidant and helps collagen production for skin and coat health, and helps repair tissue. Vitamin K not only promotes and maintains strong bone health, it also helps to prevent blood clots. Vitamin E helps protect red blood cells from being attacked. Fiber helps keep the digestive tract moving properly and helps provide energy.

http://cowgirlmagazine.com/apples-horse/ Fought, Emily. “Are Apples Good For Your Horse?” Cowgirl Magazine, Cowgirl Magazine, 18 Sept. 2018, http://www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/listing_of_vitamins. Harvard Health Publishing. “Listing of Vitamins.” Harvard Health, June 2009.

Apricot- Apricot is not only nutritious, but also a mildly cleansing laxative. Apricots have shown to help protect the liver and are also high in antioxidants to prevent cell damage. They also help support eye health with high amounts of Vitamin A. 

http://draxe.com/apricot/ Link, Rachael. “Apricot Benefits the Liver, Eyes & Digestive System.” Dr. Axe, 6 Jan. 2018. 

Aronia- Grows in berry form. An antioxidant. Contains high levels of vitamin C. High in minerals folate, potassium, iron, manganese. May be helpful in inhibiting the growth of cancer cells and help reduce cell damage in relation to cancer. Aronia can also help maintain artery and blood vessel health.
http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/320610.php Wessels, Dan. “Aronia (Chokeberry): Health Benefits and Nutrition.” Medical News Today, MediLexicon International, 13 Jan. 2018, 

Banana- Bananas contain antioxidants to help protect against free radicals as well as carotenoids which help boost the immune system and maintain ocular health. They contain high levels of potassium which helps maintain healthy muscles and high iron content which can help counteract anemia. High in Vitamins B, C, and E, potassium, serotonin, and noradrenaline. Bananas can help improve palatability meaning that horses and other animals will find it rather tasty.

http://old.eaap.org/Previous_Annual_Meetings/2006Antalya/Papers/H30.2_Harris.pdf.Harris, P.A., and H.W. Gee. “‘Unusual’ Feeds for Performance Horses.” Singh, Balwinder, et al. “Bioactive Compounds in Banana and Their Associated Health Benefits – A Review.” Food Chemistry, vol. 206, 2016, pp. 1–11., doi:10.1016/j.foodchem.2016.03.033.

BeetRoot- Beetroot has been shown to be a powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, helps maintain vascular health, and maintain healthy blood pressure. It may also contribute to cognitive health and athletic performance. It has been shown to improve running performance in humans, but has not yet been tested on horses or other animals. 

Murphy, M.c., et al. “Whole Beetroot Consumption Acutely Improves Running Performance.” Journal of the American Dietetic Association, vol. 111, no. 9, 29 Nov. 2011, doi:10.1016/j.jada.2011.06.051.

Carrot- Carrots have a long list of health benefits including: antioxidant properties, anti carcinogenic properties (with some cancers), immune system boosting, lowering cholesterol, and help to protect the liver and kidneys. Carrot helps support the liver, stimulating urine flow and the removal of waste by the kidneys. It is also thought to be a valuable detoxifier. 

Dias, João Carlos Da Silva. “Nutritional and Health Benefits of Carrots and Their Seed Extracts.” Food and Nutrition Sciences, vol. 05, no. 22, 15 Nov. 2014, pp. 2147–2156., doi:10.4236/fns.2014.522227.

Cherry- Cherries have been known to help reduce inflammation and are high in antioxidants to counteract free radicals. Early studies have also shown the potential for cherries to help counteract the growth of certain cancer cells. Cherries contain many different vitamins including Vitamins A, B, C, E, and K. These vitamins help support skin, eye, and coat health, support energy levels, support blood vessel walls, and the nervous system, and act as antioxidants.

Ferretti, Gianna, et al. “Cherry Antioxidants: From Farm to Table.” Molecules, vol. 15, no. 10, 12 Oct. 2010, pp. 6993–7005., doi:10.3390/molecules15106993.

http://www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/listing_of_vitamins Harvard Health Publishing. “Listing of Vitamins.” Harvard Health, June 2009.

Cinnamon- This herb helps stimulate circulation, especially to the outer extremities which can be helpful in treating laminitis. It has been traditionally used to remedy digestive problems like vomiting and diarrhea and for treating sore muscles. Cinnamon is thought to be a strengthening and supportive herb that helps with weak digestive systems by stimulating gastric secretions.

http://old.eaap.org/Previous_Annual_Meetings/2006Antalya/Papers/H30.2_Harris.pdf.Harris, P.A., and H.W. Gee. “‘Unusual’ Feeds for Performance Horses.” Chevallier, Andrew. Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine. DK, 2000.

Coconut- Coconut contains lauric acid which has antiviral, antibacterial, and antiprotozoal properties and capric acid which also has antimicrobial properties. Some research has shown that natural coconut fat in the diet protects against liver damage and boosts the immune system. 

http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.602.2612&rep=rep1&type=pdf Enig, Mary G. “Coconut: In Support of Good Health in the 21st Century.”

Corn- Corn contains Vitamin B complex which helps to convert nutrients to energy, Vitamin C which helps support blood vessel wall strength and connective tissue strength and acts as an antioxidant, Vitamin A which helps support skin, coat, and eye health, and Vitamin K which supports proper blood clotting. Corn also helps to boost the immune system and contains more protein and fat than other cereals. 

Kumar, Dilip, and Aditya Narayan Jhariya. “Nutritional, Medicinal and Economical Importance of Corn: A Mini Review.” Research Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 27 Aug. 2013, file:///C:/Users/Owner/Downloads/2.ISCA-RJPcS-2013-029.pdf. http://www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/listing_of_vitamins Harvard Health Publishing. “Listing of Vitamins.” Harvard Health, June 2009

Cumin- Cumin can help relieve flatulence and bloating as well as helps to stimulate the digestive system in general. It helps to soothe and relax the gut by reducing gas and distension. Cumin contains antioxidant properties to fight against damage from free radicals. Cumin also provides dietary fiber and antimicrobial activity. Early studies show the potential for cumin to have anticancer properties as well.

http://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/6cc2/3b14b68277bf77fa068bfac8afa5d4b6b060.pdf Rathore, S.S., et al. “Potential Health Benefits of Major Seed Spices.” National Research Institute on Seed Spices, July 2013, Chevallier, Andrew. Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine. DK, 2000.

Dried Distillers Grains Polyunsaturated fatty acids, antioxidant- phenolic acid. High in fiber. Distiller grains may be fed to horses. They are both a protein and an energy source, and originate from grains such as corn, wheat, and barley. DDG are a by-product of distillery and ethanol production. Once a grain has been distilled (fermented by yeast) and the alcohol has been removed, the leftover product is dried and can be added to feeds as a low-carbohydrate source of protein.

https://ker.com/equinews/can-distillers-dried-grains-fed-horses, https://www.paulickreport.com/horse-care-category/horse-feeds-understanding-by-product-ingredients/

Eucalyptus- anti inflammatory, especially effective for respiratory issues. Antimicrobial, helpful with urinary problems and ulcers. Can help reduce fever, infections, sore throat, and cough. It is strongly antiseptic and can help fight the bacteria that causes tooth decay. Eucalyptus can also help improve the immune system. 

http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/266580.php Nordqvist, Joseph. “Eucalyptus: What Are the Health Benefits?” Medical News Today, MediLexicon International, 5 Jan. 2018, Chevallier, Andrew. Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine. DK, 2000.

Garlic- Antibacterial, anti-fungal. Helpful in combating respiratory illness , promotes longevity and muscle and bone health. Detoxifying agent. A great remedy for all types of chest infections and helps reduce mucus. Garlic helps to reduce the chance of circulatory issues and strokes by keeping the blood thin. It also lowers cholesterol levels. It can help in getting rid of intestinal parasites and digestive infections. Garlic is an effective, all-natural aid to repelling insects. Once ingested, non metabolized garlic active ingredients are excreted via the breath and skin–repelling flies.Garlic is a natural food preservative, enhances food palatability, aids in respiration, protects skin from toxins, aids in preventing infection, contains antibacterial properties.

Chevallier, Andrew. Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine. DK, 2000

Green Apple- Apples are high in Vitamins C, K, and E. Vitamin C is an antioxidant and helps collagen production for skin and coat health, and helps repair tissue. Vitamin K not only promotes and maintains strong bone health, it also helps to prevent blood clots. Vitamin E helps protect red blood cells from being attacked. Fiber helps keep the digestive tract moving properly and helps provide energy.

http://cowgirlmagazine.com/apples-horse/ Fought, Emily. “Are Apples Good For Your Horse?” Cowgirl Magazine, Cowgirl Magazine, 18 Sept. 2018. http://www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/listing_of_vitamins Harvard Health Publishing. “Listing of Vitamins.” Harvard Health, June 2009

Horseradish- Very effective in preventing and treating urinary infections. Used in some anti cancer drugs.contains glucosinates to  help protect against toxins. Horseradish is also a digestive stimulant which increases appetite and gastric secretions. It’s useful with treating fever, cold, flu, and cough. Mildly antibiotic. Horseradish contains antimicrobial agents which help to ward against harmful pathogens and bacteria. Some research has also shown that certain components in horseradish can help fight the growth of cancerous tumors.

http://cms.herbalgram.org/heg/volume12/01January/FoodAsMedicineHorseradish.html?ts=1561144647&signature=b1e7cf31fe61a5b64e11ca1fc4653323. Bauman, Hannah, and Natalie Ebrom. “Food as Medicine Horseradish (Armoracia Rusticana, Brassicaceae).” American Botanical Council, Jan. 2015. 

Honey- A cough suppressant, helpful in reducing allergies. Reduces stress, aids digestion, boosts energy in older animals. Used to treat kennel cough. Used by American Indians to quiet wild horses. Honey can also be useful in boosting the immune system and fighting infections. Honey also provides easily accessed, natural sugars for energy.

http://thehorse.com/160523/feeding-honey-to-horses/ Thunes, Clair. “Feeding Honey to Horses.” The Horse, 17 Sept. 2018.

Juniper Berry Oil- Antioxidant, immune booster, detoxifier. Juniper berries can be used to help prevent urinary tract and bladder infections and as a natural diuretic to reduce bloating. It can also help stimulate digestive enzymes and therefore aid in digestion. Juniper berry oil has also been used as a natural way to help reduce anxiety and get better sleep. Juniper berries are also flavor enhancers and help preserve food naturally. It’s actually one of the main ingredients in making gin!

http://draxe.com/juniper-berry-essential-oil/ Levy, Jillian. “Juniper Berry Essential Oil Uses & Benefits.” Dr. Axe, 18 June 2018.

Licorice- Licorice can taste sweeter than sugar and may soothe throat irritation. Also a natural anti inflammatory, soothes allergy symptoms, aids endocrine and digestive issues. Use as an occasional treat. May be a useful remedy for inflammatory stomach issues like stomach ulcers. Can also be helpful with treatment of chronic hepatitis and liver cirrhosis. Can be used as a gentle laxative. 

Chevallier, Andrew. Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine. DK, 2000. 

Linen Fiber- Source of flax and omega 3 fatty acids which are beneficial for healthy coats and eyes. Good source of fiber. Antioxidant.

Manganese- Necessary for proper brain function, bone health, blood sugar regulation. Anti inflammatory, aids in calcium absorption. Manganese is used in metabolizing carbohydrates and lipids and is vital in cartilage formation. 

http://mitchellplainfarm.com/uploads/2/9/4/4/2944849/pagan_micromineral_requirements.pdf Pagan, Joe D. “Micromineral Requirements in Horses.” 

Mango- Mango is an antioxidant and contains enzymes found to be effective in defending against some cancers. It also contains a ton of Vitamin A which helps to boost the immune system and promote healthy skin and coat. Mango also helps maintain blood sugar levels as well as ocular health.

http://www.msn.com/en-za/health/nutrition/6-health-benefits-of-mangoes/ar-BBNmaPCSass, Cynthia. “6 Health Benefits of Mango.” MSN Lifestyle, Microsoft News, 15 Sept. 2018 .

Milk Thistle- The main medicinal component of milk thistle is silymarin, which has a highly protective effect on the liver. It helps maintain proper liver function by renewing liver cells and preventing damage from highly toxic compounds. In some studies, milk thistle shows to help promote kidney function and may have anti-cancer properties by slowing the growth of certain cancer cells. Milk thistle can be used to help treat liver disorders and other inflammatory issues with internal organs.

http://vcahospitals.com/know-your-pet/milk-thistle-or-silymarin Yuill, Cheryl. “Milk Thistle or Silymarin.” VCA Hospitals, 2014. Chevallier, Andrew. Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine. DK, 2000.

Nettle- Nettle contains many different medicinal properties including anti-inflammatory, cough suppressant, and diuretic. It is a good source of Vitamins A, C, and E, tannins, calcium, iron, and phosphorus which are all needed for healthy body function. Nettle has been used to help treat urinary tract issues and is believed to help flush the system, expelling any mineral build up in the urinary tract. It has also been used to help treat allergies such as hay fever, itchy eyes, coughing, and sneezing. Honey has also been used to help treat allergies and coughs, provides extra energy, and boosts the immune system.

https://www.encyclopedia.com “Nettle.” Gale Encyclopedia of Alternative Medicine. . Encyclopedia.com. 25 Jun. 2019. Chevallier, Andrew. Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine. DK, 2000.

Orange Peel- Orange peel contains dietary fiber to keep the digestive tract moving, flavonoids which may help prevent certain chronic diseases, and phenolic compounds which protect general health and can help prevent certain cancers. 

Rafiq, Shafiya, et al. “Citrus Peel as a Source of Functional Ingredient: A Review.” Journal of the Saudi Society of Agricultural Sciences, vol. 17, no. 4, Oct. 2018, pp. 351–358., doi:10.1016/j.jssas.2016.07.006.

Oregano- Oregano contains Vitamins A, C, E and K.  Also fiber, iron, magnesium, calcium and potassium. Treats digestive issues, anti diarrheal, reduces gas. Oregano is strongly antiseptic, meaning that it can be useful in treating coughs, bronchitis, and respiratory infections. Oregano contains many different antioxidants which can help improve cardiovascular and nervous systems and relieve inflammation.

http://journals.lww.com/nutritiontodayonline/Abstract/2010/05000/Oregano__Overview_of_the_Literature_on_Health.9.aspx. Singletary, Keith. “Oregano: Overview of the Literature on Health Benefits : Nutrition Today.” Nutrition Today, 2010. Chevallier, Andrew. Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine. DK, 2000.


Papaya- Contains Vitamins A and C, magnesium, copper, and enzymes that break down wool fibers and hair in the gut. It’s main use is as a digestive agent and is useful in treating persistent diarrhea. Papaya is also high in antioxidants, helps protect the kidney, is anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, and antifungal, and can even help prevent and treat ulcers.

http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Yash_Prashar/publication/264386483_A_review_on_medicinal_properties_of_Carica_papaya_Linn/links/595a4d87a6fdccc5b33d2703/A-review-on-medicinal-properties-of-Carica-papaya-Linn.pdf Vij, Tarun, and Yash Prashar. “A Review on Medicinal Properties of Carica Papaya Linn.” Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Disease, 11 July 2014. Research Gate.

Peppermint- A great herb for aiding in digestive health, peppermint increases the flow of gastric secretions and bile and helps to relax the muscles of the gut. Peppermint helps reduce colic, cramps, and gas, and in general helps to soothe irritated bowels. Peppermint also contains riboflavins which are necessary for bodily health and help breakdown carbohydrates and proteins for needed energy. 

Chevallier, Andrew. Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine. DK, 2000.

Pineapple- Contains Bromaline to break down hair and fiber in the gut. Helpful in treating diarrhea and other digestive problems. Pineapple can be used to soothe the gut, settle gas, and reduce gastric acid when in excess. It contains high amounts of manganese to help build and strengthen bone and connective tissue. Vitamin C which is an antioxidant and protects cells from free radicals. Pineapple contains malic acid which is good for maintaining oral health and boosts the immune system.

Md. Farid Hossain, Shaheen Akhtar, Mustafa Anwar. Nutritional Value and Medicinal Benefits of Pineapple. International Journal of Nutrition and Food Sciences. Vol. 4, No. 1, 2015, pp. 84-88. doi: 10.11648/j.ijnfs.20150401.22. http://www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/listing_of_vitamins Harvard Health Publishing. “Listing of Vitamins.” Harvard Health, June 2009.

Raspberry- Known for Vitamin’s C, E and K as well as magnesium and copper. Beneficial for reproduction and milk production. High in dietary fiber, antioxidants, helpful in treating arthritis.

Manganaris, George A, et al. “Berry Antioxidants: Small Fruits Providing Large Benefits.” Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, vol. 94, no. 5, 2013, pp. 825–833., doi:10.1002/jsfa.6432.

Rice- High in minerals magnesium and manganese to help with bone growth and strength. Good source of energy and fiber. Anti-inflammatory and low in calories.

Nagendra Prasad MN, Sanjay KR, Shravya Khatokar M, Vismaya MN, Nanjunda Swamy S (2011) Health Benefits of Rice Bran – A Review. J Nutr Food Sci 1:108. doi:10.4172/2155-9600.1000108.

Rose Hips- Rose hips are high in Vitamin C and E.  Rose Hip also contains calcium and magnesium and dietary fiber. Calcium and manganese help to strengthen and maintain bone and connective tissue. Rosehips can be used to help treat arthritis and other inflammatory issues are high in antioxidants.

http://rosehipvitalequine.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/01-july-2012-Prof-Marc-Cohen-1.pdf Cohen, Marc. “Rosehip An Evidence Based Herbal Medicine for Inflammation and Arthritis.” Australian Family Physician, July 2012. Chevallier, Andrew. Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine. DK, 2000.

Rosemary- An antioxidant and anti inflammatory, improves digestion, effective in treating neurological problems. Rosemary helps to increase circulation of the blood to the head which can improve memory and concentration. Rosemary is also thought to be an “uplifting” herb and can help with recovery from illness. It is thought that rosemary may also help inhibit some cancer cells. It may also help reduce pain from arthritis, and can help to increase the bioavailability of other nutrients found in other foods. 

Tapsell, Linda C., et al. Health Benefits of Herbs and Spices: the Past, the Present, the Future. Australasian Medical Pub. Co., 2006. Chevallier, Andrew. Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine. DK, 2000.

Sage- Sage is said to have a combination of antiseptic, relaxing, and astringent qualities which makes it useful in treating sore throats. It is also said to help the body adapt to hormonal change. Similar to rosemary, sage is also shown to help maintain proper cognitive function and may help reduce some symptoms of arthritis. Used in preparation of  medications to treat digestive problems, loss of appetite, diarrhea, and bloating.

Tapsell, Linda C., et al. Health Benefits of Herbs and Spices: the Past, the Present, the Future. Australasian Medical Pub. Co., 2006. Chevallier, Andrew. Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine. DK, 2000.

Strawberry- Full of vitamins and minerals, magnesium and dietary fiber. Strawberries have a long list of health benefits including antioxidative, anti-inflammatory, and anti-microbial properties. 

Afrin, Sadia, et al. “Promising Health Benefits of the Strawberry: A Focus on Clinical Studies.” Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, vol. 64, no. 22, 2016, pp. 4435–4449., doi:10.1021/acs.jafc.6b00857.

Thyme – Beneficial in treating stomach pain, colic, and respiratory illnesses. Effective in treating  arthritis. Thyme has similar properties to that of sage and rosemary, meaning it is said to help with cognitive function and symptoms of arthritis.

Tapsell, Linda C., et al. Health Benefits of Herbs and Spices: the Past, the Present, the Future. Australasian Medical Pub. Co., 2006. Chevallier, Andrew. Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine. DK, 2000.

 Xanthophylls- Carotenoids  for eye health, aids in weight gain and maintaining body weight. 70.1% protein digest ability. Xanthophylls are carotenoids which can help boost the immune system and help reduce the risk of obesity, type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and possibly some cancers. Carotenoids may also help maintain cognitive function and help protect the skin from damage.
Rodríguez-Concepción, M. et al. A global perspective on carotenoids: metabolism, biotechnology, and benefits for nutrition and health in Progress in lipid research (Ed. Elsevier), vol. 70 (April 2018), p. 62-93


Yucca- Reduces ammonia in urine. In rabbits, yucca helps to increase the utilization of nitrogen therefore reducing the amount of urea and ammonia in the urine and in the bloodstream. Yucca also helps to improve rabbit growth.

http://world-rabbit-science.com/WRSA-Proceedings/Congress-2004-Puebla/Papers/Feeding-&-Nutrition/N-Amber.pdf Kafr El-Sheikh, Amber, et al. “Effect of Feeding Diets Containing Yucca Extract or Probiotic on Growth, Digestibility, Nitrogen Balance and Caecal Microbial Activity of Growing New Zealand White Rabbits.” Sept. 2004.

Notes:

Please consult your veterinarian to find out what flavors and shapes of treats will be best for your individual animal.

Select the appropriate size of treat to avoid choking risks and digestive upset. Agape Naturals/ Agape Distributors LLC is not responsible for choking hazards or flavor choices. Treats are sourced from and supplied by DHT: 306 Jersey Ave., Spring Lake, NJ 07762, 732-359-7558.