PetHonesty Holistic, All-Natural, Nutritious Dog Snacks & Hemp for Dogs Launched

Austin-based PetHonesty launched a line of holistic healing dog treat supplements exclusively made with all-natural premium ingredients like hemp oil for dogs. The dog supplements help treat and prevent a wide range of common dog ailments, thus improving their health and quality of life.

Dallas, United States - February 12, 2019 /PressCable/ —

PetHonesty, a veteran-owned company based in Austin, Texas, announced the launch of the first line of holistic all-natural healing dog supplements that can treat and prevent common dog ailments, from degenerating joints to allergies and digestive problems. The manufacturing team has a combined 75 years of experience in the pet and animal health industry, specialising in product development, formulation and production of nutritious snacks for dogs, made with natural ingredients to improve their quality of life.

More information can be found at https://www.pethonesty.com.

Many of the treats most consumed by dogs are filled with toxic preservatives and chemicals that can have negative effects on their health. Poor nutrition combined with hidden chemicals and toxins can lead to ailments in dogs, including dry skin, stiff joints, separation anxiety, allergies and digestion problems. Toxin build up, inflammation and poor nutrition in general can lead to debilitating pain and diseases or even cancer. Fifty-percent of dogs over the age of ten will end up with cancer but a better diet as well as the inclusion of the right supplements such as hemp for dogs and CBD for dogs could potentially help prevent such ailments.

Following the strictest safety and health standards, PetHonesty provides a holistic, all-natural alternative to such toxic treats and dog supplements that are often filled with glycerin, fillers and poor quality active ingredients.

Manufactured in 100,000+ square feet FDA registered facility, PetHonesty’s soft chew treat supplements are the result of a unique no-heat cooking method that ensures that the quality and efficacy of all the ingredients is not compromised.

After the entire manufacturing process, key ingredients, such as probiotics and glucosamine, still retain their original nutritional value and health benefits found in their raw form. As a result, PetHonesty nutritional supplements help heal the root cause of a dog’s ailments by using powerful naturally derived ingredients such as Alaskan salmon oil, turmeric, CBD for dogs and hemp oil for dogs with zero preservatives, sugar, corn, wheat, GMOs or synthetic, lab-made ingredients.

Benefits of using holistic dog treat supplements can include reduced anxiety, increased mobility, healthier skin and coat, healthier kidneys, relieved allergies, improved digestion, stronger immunity and overall improved health.

The PetHonesty manufacturing facility follows all GMP guidelines and is routinely inspected to ensure the highest standards of quality.

The recent announcement of a full line of delicious and nutritious dog treats is part of the company’s commitment to provide high-quality, natural snacks and supplements to improve all dogs’ quality and length of life.

A spokesperson for the company said: “We only work with effective, quality, premium ingredients whose benefits are backed by nutritional science research and testing. Most of our ingredients come from the USA and none of them come from China. From hand-picked fruits to superfoods and dog specific probiotics we use the best that nature has to offer to make soft chews dogs love and that will change their lives.”

Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Camille
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Organization: PetHonesty
Address: 3824 Cedar Springs Rd #801-3073, Dallas, TX 75219, United States
Website: https://www.pethonesty.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 481062

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