Parsnip - a well tolerated vegetable with inulin, that can positively affect digestion.
Parsley root - Parsley roots are a very easily digestible vegetable for dogs. They contain a lot of vitamin C and a good portion of vitamin E, both of which are powerful antioxidants.
Apple dried - apples are rich in vitamins C, biotin, vitamin K and A. Biotin supports the metabolism of your four-legged friend and is essential for coat and claws. Vitamin K keeps blood clotting going and support intestinal motility.
Millet flour - millet is one of the few cereals that do not contain gluten. Therefore, millet varieties are suitable even for food-sensitive dogs and for four-legged friends who suffer from gluten intolerance. The high tolerance makes millet a digestible alternative for other diseases as well.
Linseed press-cake - Linseed is not a grain, which means that intolerances or allergies hardly ever occur. Flaxseeds are a real superfood too. They counteract inflammation and irritation due to their swelling ability and thus improve the absorption of nutrients by the intestines.
Cheese - cheese naturally contains little calories but a lot of calcium, important vitamins such as B2 and B12, in addition, it supports the maintenance of healthy oral flora, helps prevent and reduce tartar formation. At the same time remineralizes the enamel.
Rosehip - Rosehip provides high amounts of vitamin C as well as valuable pectins, which have a positive effect on digestion.
Recommendation for feeding. When dog training involves a lot of treats, it may make sense to adjust the amount of regular food. Especially for growing dogs or dogs that tend to be overweight, qualified nutritional advice will help.
Lavender flowers - lavender gently and purely naturally supports the dog's body in stressful times.