Redbarn Expands Product Line


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Redbarn Pet Products released two new dog treats, Natural Filled Bones and Superfood Fetchers, as part of its line expansion.

Redbarn Naturals Filled Bones are made of thick, durable and smooth beef femur bones, naturally cleaned without bleach or other harsh chemicals. The bones, available in small and large, are then hand filled through a proprietary process with one of three all-natural fillings: Peanut Butter, Cheese N' Bacon, and Chicken & Apple.

"We encourage all pet parents to turn the package around and be cautious of harmful additives or artificial preservatives," said Howard Bloxam, co-founder of Redbarn Pet Products. "We are excited to share this new, natural formula, comparable in taste to our popular original flavors. It's just one of many improved recipes to come."

Another new recipe is Redbarn's Superfood Fetchers, available in a medium or large stick. No longer made with corn syrup solids, dogs can taste the chewy, savory outside made from an all-natural beef casing and filled with a crunchy center featuring real Redbarn Bully Sticks and three superfoods— chia seeds, mango, and carrots.                                    

The combined ingredients in Superfood Fetchers are a natural source of chondroitin, supporting optimal joint health. Natural Filled Bones offer an extended chewing experience while acting as a natural boredom-buster, stress-reliever and plaque-remover for dogs.

 

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