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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.
Most dogs enjoy carrots and Cooka absolutely adores them as a healthy chew. Those orange beauties are a highly concentrated source of Beta Carotene, which may promote strong vision, support a glossy fur and healthy skin and strengthen your dog’s natural defence system. Remarkably high in soluble fiber, carrots can also assist digestive health.
At Cooka’s we use fresh carrots from local suppliers.
Adding a few sardines to your dog’s regular diet can help develop muscles and other connective tissue, boost the immune system, increase dental health, and protect against kidney disease. Sardines are a great protein source that provides significant amounts of Vitamin B3, B12 and D, selenium, and healthy omega-3 Fatty acids. These little fish are also a good source of phosphorus and calcium, great for the skin and coat and pawfect for dogs with allergies. Small fish, big benefits!
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.
Rich in iron, calcium, Vitamin B6 and antioxidants, which can help to strengthen the natural defences. Rosemary is used by holistic vets to improve circulation and strengthen the blood. It is said to be beneficial for heart health and can assist animals that have been under stress. Rosemary is also one of Nature’s ‘best kept secrets’ to preserve food, as it’s two compounds rosemarinic and carnosic acid are known to inhibit the free radical chain reaction that leads to oxidation in fats.
At Cooka’s we use Rosemary extract to keep our cookies fresh and healthy for longer.
Spirulina is a microalgae that has been consumed for centuries and is nowadays considered a superfood due to its remarkable nutritional content and health benefits. It’s a leading protein food – over 60% of digestible vegetable protein and has a very high concentration of beta carotene, vitamins B-1,2 and 3, iron, trace minerals and the rare essential fatty acid GLA (gamma-linolenic acid), which makes it an excellent dietary supplement for vegetarian or vegan diets. Spirulina has strong antioxidant and inflammation-fighting properties and latest research suggests that even small amounts of spirulina can help balance and stabilize the immune system, freeing up more metabolic energy for vitality, healing and assimilation of nutrients. It enhances the body’s cellular communication process with its ability to read and repair DNA, kind of like a kind of cellular tune up.
Spirulina is commonly nicknamed “The miracle from the sea.”
Turmeric is also known as the ‘Golden Goddess’ or ‘Kanchani’ (in Sanskrit) in India and has been used for thousands of years in Ayurvedic traditions as a medicinal herb. Curcumin is the key phytochemical compound responsible for many of turmeric’s health-giving properties and also for its vibrant colour. Curcuminoids work by reducing the production of enzymes which promote inflammation. They are also potent antioxidants, protecting the cellular DNA from the day-to-day damage of modern life, sort of like protecting us and the fur-kids from from going ‘rusty’ inside. This golden spice is also known to relieve joint pain associated with arthritis, reduce allergies*, promote cardiovascular health, help to keep the intestines and bowel well functioning, and might even stop cancerous cells from spreading.
*Cooka used to have severe problems with allergies. Loving the outdoors, she adores rolling in grass. Only her skin never approved, turning into angry red bumps and often she would scratch and bite herself all night, until her basket looked like a ‘blood-bath’. We tried everything, even keeping her inside (poor girl), but to no avail. Until we started to add a daily dose of turmeric (with coconut and pepper) to her food and now she can rock&roll without any problems. Rather amazing!
A nutritional powerhouse, these humble roots provide great health-benefits for all the family.
Their unusual antioxidant composition, notably Betaine – which also is to ‘blame’ for that lovely red blush, make beets an excellent addition in your dog’s diet. Betaine may help to protect cells, enhance performance and assist cleansing. Rich in iron, which is known to strengthen the blood and insoluble fibre which keeps the digestive system well balanced.
At Cooka’s we use fresh beetroots from local suppliers.
CRUDE PROTEINS 28%
CRUDE FATS AND OILS 12%
CRUDE FIBERS 3.4%
CRUDE ASH 2.5%
Sardines are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which according to veterinarians may have health benefits such as decreasing inflammation. Fish is also a good alternative for dogs with food allergies to more common ingredients, like chicken.
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. Oats can also be a good source of nutrition for pets who have a dietary sensitivity to gluten.
Heaps of flax-seed provide those Oh-so-good Omegas, which help to reduce inflammation, often a cause for skin-problems.Cooka ‘whooofs’ these!
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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