Oats are a food rich in fibre, nutrients, minerals and antioxidants. In addition, oats contain B vitamins that help keep your dog’s coat strong and shiny. It helps to regulate digestion and prevent the appearance of intestinal gas.
Whole grains provide vitamin E, which has antioxidant power, vitamin B, which acts on the immune and nervous systems, minerals and fibre, which are good for transit. It contains gluten.
It contains a good quantity of vegetable proteins that are beneficial to your dog’s health. It can also help lower cholesterol, aid digestion and improve heart health.
In addition to being a gluten-free flour, rice flour is an excellent source of energy thanks to the presence of carbohydrates. It also provides fibre, minerals and B vitamins.
Buckwheat is a small seed with a flavour reminiscent of hazelnut, rich in fibre. It is a good source of copper, magnesium and manganese. It is also a source of B vitamins.
Rye is a tender cereal similar to wheat from a nutritional point of view, it is rich in minerals, especially iron, and B vitamins. Rye fibre acts on intestinal transit.
Fruits and vegetables
Bananas are made up of many minerals including potassium and manganese, which help regulate your dog’s blood pressure. This fruit is rich in vitamins B6 and C to improve immunity.
Peanut butter is a good source of protein. It contains healthy fats, vitamin B and E. It does not contain palm oil, xylitol or salt. Dogs love his taste.
Containing beta-carotene, it provides the liver with a large number of vitamin A. This beta-carotene has the ability to improve the dog’s vision, but also to protect him from cataracts. Carrots are also recommended for skin and coat.
The vitamin content of the orange contributes to the required daily intake of vitamin C but also of B vitamins and provitamins A.
Like other fruits, apples contain many good vitamins and minerals, and this is always good for your pet’s health. An apple has mostly vitamin K, calcium, vitamin C and soluble fibre.
Tomatoes contain natural antioxidants, such as vitamin C, which is beneficial for older dogs. This vitamin helps to delay the onset of the symptoms of old age and helps generate a stable metabolism. They also contain vitamins A and B, which act on the immune system.
This spice is beneficial for the dog, it can improve heart health, reduce inflammation and strengthen the immune system.
Rich in fibre, fennel has antispasmodic properties and prevents the formation of intestinal gases.
Like cinnamon, ginger has anti-inflammatory properties that help relieve joint pain that dogs may suffer from, as well as help prevent such joint problems in the future.
When combined with other spices, powdered cloves will give a unique taste to the cookies. Cloves have antibacterial, antiviral and antiparasitic properties.
Vanilla has anti-stress properties. It brings a sweet flavour to the biscuits that dogs love.
The little extras
The carob tree is a Mediterranean tree. Carob powder is produced by grinding the rind of the fruit only. It is a natural substitute for cocoa powder and 100% healthy for your dog’s health. She is rich in vitamins B1 and B2, minerals and fibre.
Honey is a source of antioxidants and nutrients that is full of benefits. Its anti-bacterial and antioxidant properties are due to the production of an enzyme by bees. It converts sugar into oxygen peroxide, the main antiseptic contained in honey. Used in small quantities, it brings a sweet note to biscuits and sweets.
For the glaze
Maltodextrin is a white powder made from corn/potato starch. It is used in small quantities for icing.
Tapioca comes from cassava. The fibres contained in tapioca will promote good intestinal transit and help fight constipation.