Low Fat Dog Treats Can
Help Your Dog Lose Weight
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In This Issue:
- Low Fat Dog Treats
- Help Your Overweight Dog Lose Weight
- Weight Management Treats, Food, & Vitamins
- Praise for Dog Treat Kitchen.com
- February Sneak Peek
Recipes for Low Fat Dog Treats
January is a time of change and new goals. Maybe your goal for your dog this year is to go for regular walks and shed a few pounds. Well, whether your dog needs to lose weight or not, she'll love these tasty low fat dog treats. There's one to match every taste bud.
Fruity & Sweet Carrot Treats Try this low fat sweet treat. It has carrots, banana, and applesauce to satisfy your dogs desire for sweets.
Salad in a Dog Biscuit We've crammed 4 veggies and one fruit into this delicious dog biscuit. Just try and keep your dog away from the delectable spinach, broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, and applesauce.
Italian Spinach Balls These savory treats are loaded with vitamins. But your dog will notice the delicious hint of nutty Parmesan cheese and aromatic oregano.
Tips for Dog Weight Loss
Your dogs road to weight loss may seem like an unpleasant one. But it doesn't need to be. With a few tips and techniques, you'll both be surprised at how much fun it is to drop a few unwanted pounds.
Read our tips on how to help fat dogs lose weight and gain vitality and years to their life.
Weight Management Treats, Food, & Vitamins
After consulting with your Veterinarian, you may want to look for low fat dog treats, reduced calorie dog food, and even vitamins and minerals that can help your dog lose weight.
Dog Treat Kitchen Testimonials
We get lots of feedback from our website visitors, just like you. Here's what some of them are saying . . .
"I found a great recipe for dog treats in your site which is suitable for a pooch with Addison's disease. He tolerates them with no effects - HOORAY!!! Thank you."
"My little Ginger knows what she likes and "does not eat everything", but your pumpkin pie dog biscuits were a HUGE favorite for her. She loved them and went absolutely wild over them. I need to make her some more liver treats because she loved those as well. My little Ginger is a great test kitchen dog, she has approved with great enthusiasm many of your recipes, keep up the good work."
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February Newsletter Sneak Peek
What's New for February?
While most peoples thoughts turn to romance and love in February, we're going to take a slightly different approach.
We're going to go to the source, the heart. We'll help you keep your dog's heart in tip top condition with heart healthy dog treats. This way you can show and share love all year long! :)
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Thanks for reading. Until next month,
Happy Dog Treat Baking!