Wet Noses Introduces New Pet Food Lines


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Wet Noses added three new lines of pet food products to its selection of organic, human-grade, treats, soups and foods. 

 

The company developed the new products in its own kitchen, creating human-grade food that is completely non-GMO, responsibly grown and humanely raised and made in the U.S.  

 

The CBD (Tr)EATS for Dogs line is made with CBD oil, a non-psychoactive, hemp-based supplement that has been reported to help with inflammation, arthritis and anxiety. Baked with CO2-extracted, full-spectrum hemp-based CBD oil from U.S. grown hemp, the EATS are non-GMO, grain-free and THC-free. Pet parents can give dogs the treats in one of four flavors: Peanut Butter, Pumpkin, Sweet Potato, and Hemp Seed & Banana. Like all Wet Noses dog treats, these treats are 100 percent USDA organic certified, human-grade and free of grains, soy and corn. CBD (Tr)EATS come in 5 oz. bags of 30 treats. 

 

The Food for Dogs in Jars line offers the convenience of canned foods without the additives, preservatives, sugars, and artificial ingredients that compromise its nutritional value. Available in Turkey & Sweet Potato, Chicken & Squash, Chicken & Rice, Chicken Cacciatore, Salmon & Cilantro, Beef & Greens, Turkey & Quinoa, and Beef & Barley, all are made with 100 percent human-grade ingredients and are Non-GMO Project verified. Good for all stages and breeds, they are particularly helpful for dogs with allergies and food sensitivities because they are free of wheat, corn, soy and dairy. Wet Noses Food for Dogs is made with responsibly-raised meats free of hormones and antibiotics.

 

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