Antioxidant Berry Daily’s
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 Antioxidant Berry recipe is simply loaded with blueberries, cranberries, cherries and rosehips, sourced locally from family farms around the state of Wisconsin.
Antioxidants are known to provide a boost to the immune system.
Calories, approx. 20 per snack*
Crude Protein, not less than 3%
Crude Fat, not Less than 1%
Crude Fiber, not more than 6%.
Moisture, not more than 20%.
*Calculated caloric content.
ANTIOXIDANT BERRY INGREDIENTS & BENEFITS.
Sweet Potato: The Center For Science in the Public Interest ranked the sweet potato number one in the 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 which helps improve your dog?s digestion. Apples contain high levels of pectin that can help lower cholesterol.
Apple Cider (Unfiltered pure juice from Apples): All of the same benefits of 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.
Blueberry: Rich in vitamin A, C, dietary fiber and calcium, blueberries have a good combination of nutrients. Blueberries are proven to help control sugar levels and aid in cardiovascular health. High in antioxidants.
Cranberry: Rich in vitamin C, dietary fiber and manganese, cranberries enhance iron and calcium absorption for your dog. Cranberries are high in antioxidants and contain a significant amount of phenols that may reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as cancer. Anti-inflammatory, low glycemic levels, helps to regulate heart & blood pressure.
Cherry: Very low glycemic levels, high in potassium. Also reputed to reduce muscle pain. Kale: Aids in the absorption of calcium indigestion. High in antioxidants. We grow in our own greenhouse!
Rosehips: Rosehips, the reddish, round berries that develop after rose petals fall from their stems in late summer, are a significant source of vitamin C. They also contain vitamins A & B, essential fatty acids and antioxidants such as lycopene. And, after all, we are located in Wild Rose!