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All Natural Dog Treats

All natural dog treats are very much in demand. Dog owners want to give their pets only the best healthy dog treats.

These treats are named as such because they only have all natural ingredients. They are preservative free, and as close to containing ingredients in their natural state as possible.

natural peanut butter dog biscuit mix

For example, all natural peanut butter treats will be made with all natural peanut butter, or ground up peanuts, or peanut powder. Store bought peanut butter loaded with chemicals and preservatives would not be used.

Are all natural products really any healthier? You have to take the phrase cautiously. There are many food products that are natural but not necessarily recommended. For example, corn syrup is product made from a plant, which means it's a natural product. But you wouldn't want to eat a lot of it.

There are no FDA regulations regarding all natural, so it's best to read all the ingredients of a product and then decide if it's something you want to give to your dog.

natural dog cake mix

The images on this page feature natural dog cake mixes and a natural peanut butter dog biscuit mix. None of these mixes have preservatives or chemicals in the mixes. You can purchase your own natural flavorings as well to add to the mixes and create various flavors.

The image below represents a natural mix that is sugar free, gluten free, wheat free, corn free, and soy free for dogs with allergies. This particular mix puts the information on the label! Remember, just because a product says it is natural, does not mean it will not have sugar, gluten, wheat, etc.

natural sugar free gluten free dog cake mix

The dog cake and dog biscuit mixes featured above can be found at

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