- We’re proud to announce the launch of our newest dog treat, Grain Free Dipped Biscuits.
We’re proud to announce the launch of our newest dog treat, Grain Free Dipped Biscuits.
Since 1996, Redbarn has made treats with the health and safety of your pet in mind. Redbarn Grain Free Dipped Biscuits have added superfood functional ingredients, like Vitamin E, Salmon Oil and Chicken Cartilage, to help support your dog’s joint health!
Redbarn co-owner Jeff Baikie remarked, “We aim to exceed our customer’s expectations. After countless tries to make the tastiest biscuit possible, we were able to produce our new grain-free biscuits dipped in one of two tasty coatings. Dogs everywhere will have a new, favorite, and most importantly healthy, dog treat.”
What varieties of Grain Free Dipped Biscuits are available?
New Grain Free Dipped Biscuits come in two sizes and two flavors. The sizes, small and large, help different sized dogs enjoy a treat while maintaining their daily calorie intake, helping to support weight maintenance.
Dipped Biscuits are available in two flavors, Peanut Butter and Cheese n’ Bacon, to help pet owners cater to their pet’s preferred taste. Picky eaters won’t be able to resist the highly palatable coatings made with real cheese or peanut butter.
Are Dipped Biscuits good for my dog?
These dipped biscuits also have added superfood functional ingredients, like Vitamin E, Salmon Oil and Chicken Cartilage, to help support your dog’s skin & coat health.
Redbarn co-owner Howard Bloxam said, “When customers pick up a Redbarn product, we want them to be confident, knowing they made a safe and reliable choice. New Dipped Biscuits are a healthy option for training or special occasions.”
Where are Dipped Biscuits made?
The location where the ingredients are sourced and manufactured is just as important as choosing the best treat to aid in your pet’s health. Redbarn is proud to manufacture our Grain Free Dipped Biscuits in the USA, guaranteeing both high standards for quality assurance and American jobs.
Look for the “Made in the USA” label, which means the dipped biscuits are processed in our Great Bend, Kansas plant.
Curious what other Redbarn products we manufacture in the USA? See our American-made dog food and treats here.
Qualities You’ll Love:
- Made in the USA
- Great Training Treat
- Coating Helps Tempt Picky Eaters
- Functional Ingredients Support Joint Health
Treat Responsibly: Feed occasionally as a reward or treat. Supervision recommended when feeding treats. Always provide a fresh supply of drinking water.
What are some of the ingredients in Redbarn’s Grain Free Dipped Biscuits and what do they do?
Peas: A natural vegetable that provides many vitamins and minerals.
Potatoes: A carbohydrate that provides a source of energy and is rich in vitamins and minerals.
Flaxseed: Source of essential omega 3 fatty acids. Essential fatty acids (EFA) are necessary for healthy skin and coat. They moisturize the skin from the inside out, thus improving the skin’s ability to act as a barrier to potential allergic triggers and irritants. Flaxseeds also play a role in nervous system functioning, including brain development, heart health and the inflammatory response.
Chicken Liver: In moderation, liver is a nutrient-rich organ meat that most dogs readily eat. Liver can provide your dog with protein, fat and vitamin A. Liver is also a good source of copper, iron, niacin, phosphorus and iron. It provides many B vitamins, omega-6 and omega-6 fatty acids and essential amino acids
Lecithin: Natural source of naturally occurring phospholipid and source of choline. Choline is necessary for fat transport and protects nerve function. It is also a component of cell membranes and neurotransmitters.
Salmon Oil: An ocean fish that is an excellent protein source. It is rich in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids that support a healthy immune system, heart health, anti-inflammatory properties, healthy skin and coat as well as cognitive function. Learn more about the benefits of salmon oil here.
Vitamin E Supplement: A fat-soluble vitamin that is important for a dog’s muscles, circulatory system and injury healing as well as an anti-oxidant. It also keeps skin and coat healthy. Learn more about the benefits of Vitamin E here.
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