Noah's Bark Launches Line of Dog Biscuits


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Noah’s Bark is a new line of all-natural dog biscuits made from healthy, lean proteins such as chicken, beef and peanut protein blends. The biscuits are free from potentially harmful fillers like wheat, corn, soy, added sugars and animal by-products. They use liquid by-products of the ingredients used instead of water during the production process, allowing the product to retain more nutrients from its ingredients.

Noah’s Bark was originally conceived when founder Michelle Volk’s dog Sheba was consistently sick. Noticing a tie between chronic sickness and her diet, Volk realized that a change had to be made. When Volk began introducing holistic, more nutritious foods into Sheba’s diet, she recovered, and the concept for Noah’s Bark was born.

“If it isn’t good enough for me, it isn’t good enough for my dog or yours,” Volk said. “Eat healthy. Treat healthy. The healthier the food, the healthier and happier the dog. Ingredients do make a difference.”

Each Noah’s Bark biscuit is held to the most stringent quality control checks in the industry and crafted in a facility that is Safe Quality Food certified. Noah’s Bark biscuits are currently available in the following flavors: Cha-Cha Chicken, Peanutty Perfection and Bodacious Beef.

All biscuits are available in 14 oz. bags and retail for $12.99. A donation is made to local pet rescues and shelters with every purchase. 

 

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