The Dog Treat Co launches Bark The Herald

by | Oct 31, 2016 | News, Products | 0 comments

It probably comes as no surprise to learn that Devon?s popular provider of magnificently moreish yet good healthier living dog treats has once again flown out of the blocks when it comes to providing the perfect, under the pine stocking filler for deserving dogs this Christmas; courtesy of their latest seasonal masterclass, ?Bark The Herald.?

What hound wouldn?t be overjoyed to learn that this Winter their favourite free-range chicken liver treat has been buddied up with all the essential Christmas trimmings, including everyone?s favourite seasonal spice cinnamon, a light sprinkling of sage, a colourful smattering of cranberries and a loving splash of coconut oil.

According to DTC?s founder (The Dog Treat Company) Joe Halliwell: “We wanted to create a signature treat with strong ties to this most popular of family get-togethers, but based our recipe on ingredients with beneficial properties rather than seasonal sentiment. Cranberries support the bladder and boost the immune system, cinnamon is a well-respected?? anti-inflammatory whilst sage supports your dog?s digestion.

Coconut may not be a ?Christmas classic? but what dog wouldn?t want its coat looking resplendent when greeting friends and family over the festive period.”

With Fetch, Ocado, Pet?s Corner, Orvis and a multitude of discerning independent pet stores already on board, it would seem that well-behaved dogs throughout the land have every reason to rummage under the tree this Christmas.

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