New Redbarn Wildwood Stew Recipes feature unique proteins like Trout, Duck and Quail in a delectable gravy that your dog will love! Like all recipes in the Redbarn canned line, premium protein is the first ingredient. Wildwood Stews are also free from grain, soy and corn. Each recipe features superfoods to support your dog’s health needs, like healthy teeth and bones, and joint health. They’re also made in the USA, so you can trust the safety and quality in every can.
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What are some of the ingredients in Redbarn’s Wildwood Stews and what do they do?
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.
Sunflower Oil: An oil that is made from pressed sunflower seeds. It is a good source of omega-6 fatty acid, linoleic acid, which promotes a healthy, shiny coat.
Dandelion Greens: Provide many vitamins and minerals and is high in protein (double what spinach provides). It is a mild liver and digestive stimulant which helps with waste elimination and optimal digestion. Healthy digestion of food and absorption of nutrients are a key to maintaining your dogs wellness.
Salmon Oil: An oil that is rich in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids and supports a healthy immune system, heart health, anti-inflammatory properties, healthy skin and coat and cognitive function. Learn more about the benefits of Salmon oil for you pet.
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