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Treat of the Week Time!



Hey neighbors!

OK, this one isn't actually a treat this week, it is Fruitables Food Supplements.  I am going to tell you right from the beginning that these are made with the same type of ingredients that they use in their treats.  The food supplements are orange and , yes I smelled them, they sort of smell like baby food.  These are supplements that you mix with your pets food.  They are not meant to be the only thing you feed your pet.



The dogs, love them.  We received the Weight Loss Supplement, Switch, and two Digestive Supplements.  You can tell they have pumpkin or sweet potato as one of their ingredients. (see photos)  Here is some information from their site:
Fruitables holistic pumpkin & sweet potato supplements are rich in dietary fiber, antioxidants, Vitamins A, C & E and provide a flavor pets love. These supplements are fortified with fruit & vegetable fiber, soothing herbs, and vitamins to naturally suport food transition, digestive issues, and weight loss.
Each of these supplements can also be eaten by cats.


The Switch Supplement is a fresh pumpkin blend.  It allows you to switch foods or flavors without upsetting your pets stomach.  The Weight loss is a low calorie high fiber blend, meant to help your pet feel fuller, longer.  It will help to cut down on begging.  The digestive supplements are designed to support healthy digestion.  Each of the Fruitables Food Supplements are created with fruits and vegetables that will help your pet stay healthy.


Do you have a pet with some digestive problems?  Or maybe you are having trouble switching to a new food?  Perhaps you should try one of the Fruitables supplements.


Fruitables has been with us through this whole event and has sponsored each weekend a giveaway with three winners.  They are also doing that with their Fruitables Food Supplements.  So if you would like to give Fruitables a try, take some time and enter this giveaway.


I personally want to thank Fruitables for their support of the event and for allowing us to feature their products.

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's website or email.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.



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Comments

Darlene said…
My dogs would love the Thick cut Bacon Jerky.
Shelley P said…
My vet recommends pumpkin for our dogs but you have to be careful with what you buy and read the ingredients. I love that this canned pumpkin and other Supplments are made just for dogs and cats! I will be looking for these in the pet store. Thanks for the review!

My dogs would love the ChickenTenders Whole Jerky treats the most.
jill24295 said…
They have a lot of good products! I think the kid would like the roasted chicken tenders!
pmj said…
My dog would like any of the jerky products and the digestive health would be great for him.
Shelly Leatham said…
They would love the Thick cut Bacon Jerky
cstironkat said…
My dogs would like the grilled buffalo strips jerky.
Rachel said…
I think my fur baby would like the grilled bison whole jerky.
Rachel said…
I think my fur baby would like the grilled bison whole jerky.
Rachel said…
My fur baby would like the grilled bison whole jerky.
Sky Evans said…
He'd love the Chicken Tenders Whole Jerky or the Bacon Jerky.
Unknown said…
I would choose the thick cut bacon.
wen budro said…
My canine would love all of them especially the thick cut bacon flavor.

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