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BarxBuddy Training Treats: Peanut Butter Recipe
About the BarxBuddy Treats
BarxBuddy training treats are tasty and tender healthy rewards that your dog will love. Use them with our Train, Treat, Repeat method of positive-reinforcement dog training. Your dog will love the flavor, and you will love the wholesome ingredients. They come in a resealable package. Although our dog treats are made from ingredients you can buy in a store (and pronounce!), the treats are not intended for human consumption.
- 8-ounce resealable pouch
- Peanut butter flavor
Grain-free dog treats
Made with chickpea flour, ground peanuts, potato flour, coconut glycerin, pea flour, molasses and natural peanut butter flavor, the BarxBuddy training treats have only 5 Kcal per treat. Feed the treats to your dog as a positive-reinforcement training reward. These treats are intended to supplement, not replace, your dog’s everyday diet.
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For information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org (213) 337-8656 Mesa, Arizona, Sept. 15, 2021: Innovative pet product maker BarxBuddy is excited to announce that Sara Ochoa D.V.M. has joined the team as the company’s official veterinarian. “We are very excited to have Dr. Ochoa join the team,” said Doug Johnson, co-founder of BarxBuddy. “After more than a year