Replenishing "Pumpkin" - Sam's Yams DAILY'S - NEW 7 ounce box 3 Pack

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Sam's Yams DAILY'S are formulated to provide healthful support for your dog’s well being. DAILY'S are chef created in small batches and made daily here in the quaint town of Wild Rose WI, home of Front Porch Pets. We slowly dehydrate these snacks at low temperatures to preserve the nutrients and lock in the wholesome goodness and flavors your dog will love... the perfect natural reward with healthful benefits.

Our Replenishing “Pumpkin” recipe is an excellent choice as a snack for active dogs where the need to replenish and refuel is important... also well suited for giving the average dog a
revitalizing boost. Pumpkin and cherries are wonderful sources of potassium with cranberry and orange.

Replenishing "Pumpkin" - Sam's Yams DAILY'S - NEW 7 ounce box 3 Pack

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Guaranteed Analysis: Crude Protein, not less than 3% Crude Fat, not Less than 1% Crude Fiber, not more than 6% Moisture, not more than 20% REPLENISHING “PUMPKIN” INGREDIENTS Sweet Potato: The Center For Science in the Public Interest ranked the sweet potato number one in nutrition of all vegetables. With a score of 184, the sweet potato outscored the next highest vegetable by more than 100 points! Applesauce (Apples & Water): Apples are a rich source of vitamin C and dietary fiber. Apples contain high levels of pectin. Apple Cider (Unfiltered pure juice from Apples): Ours is made in house from fresh Michigan or Wisconsin apples. Most commercial and store bought concentrated apple juice is now made in China. Pumpkin: Rich in fiber. High nutrient content including vitamin A, C & E. Alpha carotene antioxidant. Also contains calcium & iron along with lutein. Orange: Good source for fiber, potassium, calcium, folic acid, iron, flavonoids, phytonutrients, vitamins A, C, B1 & B6. Often found in natural electrolyte replenishing sports drinks. Cranberry: Rich in vitamin C, dietary fiber and manganese. Cranberries are high in antioxidants and contain a significant amount of phenols. Wisconsin is the leading cranberry producing state. Cherry: High in potassium. Wisconsin is a primary cherry producing state due to the micro-climate along the Lake Michigan shoreline.