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Our Surf & Turf inspired Tuna and Chicken Beijinhos are made with more than 40% of freshly prepared chicken and 10% tuna. These little power-balls are a crunchy and nourishing super snack for dogs. Chicken is a great source of protein which provides lots of energy. It's also a good source of Omega 6 fatty acids which are good for the skin and coat. Tuna is a very lean meat high in minerals like selenium and magnesium and contains omega-3 fatty acids, which are known to promote heart health. Oats are rich in digestible fiber, which keeps a regular bowl movement. We added heaps of flaxseed, an excellent antioxidant for our pets. Our crunchy tuna & chicken treats are great for training and for doggies on the go!
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Considered a lean protein, which makes it perfect for the health-conscious dog. Protein is the main source of energy for our pets and chicken provides that boost without a high calorie count. Chicken is known to help build muscle mass and provides a great dose of Omega 6, important for a shiny coat and healthy skin. Rich in essential amino acids and glucosamine, it also helps to strengthen the bones.
Tuna is a lean protein source which is high in many minerals important for the health of our dogs, including selenium, phosphorus, potassium and magnesium. Tuna is also rich in vitamin B3, B6 and B12 and contains high levels of healthy Omega-3 fatty acids, which are very beneficial for cardiovascular health, reduce inflammations in the body, help improve skin conditions like itchiness, regulate cholesterol and improve eyesight.
Oats were grown already gown in ancient China and Greece. The Greeks were the first people to turn oats into porridge. Oats are among the healthiest grains on earth. They’re a gluten-free whole grain and a great source of Vitamin E and B, minerals like zinc, iron and selenium, rich in fibres and antioxidants. The many health-benefits of these grains include weight loss, lowering blood sugar levels and a reduced risk of heart problems. Compared to other grains, oats are rather high in protein and fat. Protein quality is also an important fact, meaning that that it can be easily digested and used by the body and provides a good balance of amino acids.
Oats can be a good source of nutrition for pets who have a dietary sensitivity to gluten. At Cooka’s we love that oats currently do not undergo any genetic engineering or modification. We hope this will stay like this…
Highly beneficial for dogs, as those tiny seeds are rich in Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids, those good fats that nourish skin and fur. Lignans, another compound found in flax may improve heart health and assist joint and bone strength. A rich source of fiber makes flax also a great aid for the digestive health of our pets.
At Cooka’s we freshly grind our flax seeds to make sure that our pets get the very best of their nutritional value.
Most dog parents ask us… How many treats per day?
Cooka’s cookies are 100% natural and filled with nothing but wholesome goodness, which makes them the ‘pawfect‘ complimentary snack. But how many treats you can share with your furry baby, depends on many factors, like weight, level of activity, breed of dog, overall health and age. And most important were they good? If the answer’s YES, Cooka believes a few extra treats are allowed.
Up to 12 a day
Up to 8 a day
Up to 5 a day
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