Buddy was the lucky recipient this time and as soon as he saw the bags of protein bars he immediately started to eyeball them. I like to feed my dog the healthiest of foods, it makes his fur look good, fattens him up and doesn’t hurt his tummy.
Buddy received the following flavors to test out –
Salmon and Whitefish with Pomegranate Recipe
This has quite the fishy smell but Buddy didn’t seem to mind and chomped it down in a few seconds. The texture is slightly hard but not like a bone or a chew, he can dig his teeth into it pretty easily!
Chicken and Turkey With Sweet Potatoes
These had a mild chicken smell, I don’t think Buddy could tell the difference but he managed to chomp a couple of these down in seconds too!
Both protein bars are 100% Natural and Grain Free, they contain no Meat by-products, artificial colors, flavors or preservatives.
There is only 16 calories in each treat and they are made right here in the USA!
The nuggets are packed with animal proteins and each delicious bite was a super yummy treat for Buddy!
We just recently got Buddy from the pound, he is 2 years old and still a big puppy! When we first picked him up he was pretty skinny and you could pretty much see the outline of his ribs, with the help of good food and these awesome protein bars Buddy is gaining a lot more weight and muscle, he is one happy dog!
Wellness CORE Superfood Protein Bars are packed with wholesome ingredients and are the perfect snacks to compliment your dogs healthy diet!
Wellness CORE Superfood protein bars are available in four diferent flavors – Beef and Bison with Blueberries, Chicken and Turkey with Sweet Potatoes, Salmon and Whitefish with Pomegranates, Turkey and Duck with Kale.
Wellness pet food is sold in many different stores including Petsmart and Petco!
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