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Add a Little Fresh!

Here are some suggestions for pet-friendly staples: eggs, bell peppers, blueberries, bananas, carrots, sweet potatoes, pumpkin, broccoli, parsnips, squash, kale, Brussel sprouts, and cauliflower.

It’s best to avoid feeding your pet processed human food as it is less likely to contribute health benefits and more likely to contain potentially harmful ingredients. So skip the cookies, chips and pasta - especially since we have pet-friendly versions right here at Three Tails!

PRODUCTS TO TRY AT THREE TAILS:

  • Kefir Meal Topper

    Open Farms Kefir

    Raw Organic Grass-Fed Kefir

  • Beef Bone Broth

    Primal Bone Broth

    Bone Broth is a wholesome addition to any feeding regimen.

  • Primal Goat Milk

    Primal Goat's Milk

    Further elevate the health of your pet with our nutrient-rich Raw Goat Milk. 

  • Edible Elixir whole food supplement

    Primal Elixirs

    Primal Elixirs are aromatic whole food toppers providing real food solutions for your pet’s health and longevity.

  • Green Juju foods

    Green Juju

    It’s a whole food source of vitamins, minerals, enzymes and antioxidants

Why Adding Human Food Is So Important Flyer

Foods to avoid feeding your dog:

You just want to feed your pets good, nutritional food. But the labels - oh the labels - with the endless lists of confusing and complicated ingredients!
At Three Tails Parlor & Pantry, we’re here to help. 

FOODS TO AVOID FEEDING YOUR DOG:

  • Yeast dough
  • Chocolate – Theobromine, an ingredient in chocolate, can cause a variety of problems, including diminished blood flow to the brain, triggering heart attacks. It is more concentrated in dark chocolate and baker’s chocolate than milk chocolate.
  • Avocado
  • Candy
  • Grapes and raisins – these foods contain a toxin that damages the kidneys
  • Macadamia nuts – these nuts contain a toxin that affects the nervous system and muscles
  • Coffee
  • Fatty Foods
  • Onions – both raw and cooked onions contain sulfoxides and disulfides, which damage red blood cells and can cause anemia
  • Artificial sweeteners – NutraSweet, Sorbitol, Sweet’N Low, Xylitol, etc.
  • Mushrooms
  • Seeds
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