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Chef David Whickers - Cherry Banana 38oz - Horse Treats

$29.99

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Cherry Banana Whickers

I had never heard the term myself until one of our staff here at Front Porch Pets used it when she described feeding some of our “leftovers” from making our dog treats to her horse, Buddy. Turns out “Whicker” means the neighing or whinnying a horse makes when happy or waiting for a treat! We always have samples of everything we are working on in the cafeteria or by the employee entrance so our staff can take home for their pets, including horses. We get lots of real-life feedback and suggestions.After numerous comments that their horses were going “Whickers” over sweet potato and apples—the base we use for all of our dog treats (and now Whickers™ ), we decided it was time to develop and craft a treat especially for them!

PRODUCT INGREDIENTS

Whickers -Cherry Banana 38oz

Sweet Potato:
Referring to them as “nutritional superstars”, The Center for Science in the Public Interest deems sweet potato number one in their ranking of “10 Best Foods.Unlike white potatoes, sweet potatoes are roots, not tubers.
Applesauce (Apples & Water):
makes a great natural sweetener. We make our applesauce here in our own kitchen in small batches from apples picked right down the road.
Apple Cider
(Unfiltered pure juice from Apples):
Our apples are picked right down the road and pressed in small batches to create a tasty, one-ingredient juice.
Cherries:
Our cherries come from Door County, the top cherry producer in the state. Being located on a peninsula surrounded by Lake Michigan gives Door County a break from the harsh Wisconsin winters where the cherry trees thrive.
Bananas:
Bananas are not only the most popular fruit in America, they are the most popular in the world. The average American eats 25 pounds of bananas a year. Though the banana plant looks like a tree, it is actually considered the world’s largest herb.
Rosehips:
Rosehips are the tart fruit of a rose. They are commonly found in teas and can also be candied, made into juice, jelly, jam or even made into wine.

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS

Crude Protein, min 3 %

Crude Fat, min 1%

Crude Fiber max 6%

Calcium, min 0.28%

Calcium, max 0.32%

Phosphorus, min 0.19%

Selenium, min 3.9 ppm

Zinc, min 0.11 ppm

Moisture, max 20%

FEEDING INSTRUCTIONS

Formulated as a nutritious treat or snack and are not intended to replace normal hay or grain ration.

Cherry Banana Whickers

I had never heard the term myself until one of our staff here at Front Porch Pets used it when she described feeding some of our “leftovers” from making our dog treats to her horse, Buddy. Turns out “Whicker” means the neighing or whinnying a horse makes when happy or waiting for a treat! We always have samples of everything we are working on in the cafeteria or by the employee entrance so our staff can take home for their pets, including horses. We get lots of real-life feedback and suggestions.After numerous comments that their horses were going “Whickers” over sweet potato and apples—the base we use for all of our dog treats (and now Whickers™ ), we decided it was time to develop and craft a treat especially for them!

PRODUCT INGREDIENTS

Whickers -Cherry Banana 38oz

Sweet Potato:
Referring to them as “nutritional superstars”, The Center for Science in the Public Interest deems sweet potato number one in their ranking of “10 Best Foods.Unlike white potatoes, sweet potatoes are roots, not tubers.
Applesauce (Apples & Water):
makes a great natural sweetener. We make our applesauce here in our own kitchen in small batches from apples picked right down the road.
Apple Cider
(Unfiltered pure juice from Apples):
Our apples are picked right down the road and pressed in small batches to create a tasty, one-ingredient juice.
Cherries:
Our cherries come from Door County, the top cherry producer in the state. Being located on a peninsula surrounded by Lake Michigan gives Door County a break from the harsh Wisconsin winters where the cherry trees thrive.
Bananas:
Bananas are not only the most popular fruit in America, they are the most popular in the world. The average American eats 25 pounds of bananas a year. Though the banana plant looks like a tree, it is actually considered the world’s largest herb.
Rosehips:
Rosehips are the tart fruit of a rose. They are commonly found in teas and can also be candied, made into juice, jelly, jam or even made into wine.

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS

Crude Protein, min 3 %

Crude Fat, min 1%

Crude Fiber max 6%

Calcium, min 0.28%

Calcium, max 0.32%

Phosphorus, min 0.19%

Selenium, min 3.9 ppm

Zinc, min 0.11 ppm

Moisture, max 20%

FEEDING INSTRUCTIONS

Formulated as a nutritious treat or snack and are not intended to replace normal hay or grain ration.