Organic Pet Treats

Organic pet treats aren’t just for dogs and cats. There are approximately 116 million fish, birds, reptiles, and small animals in US households, and they can all eat organic pet treats.

Pet Treats

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You love to give your dog and cat treats. The only problem is that those treats may be starting to hurt their health. While you could just cut treats out entirely, that isn’t necessary. Switch to organic pet treats so your furry friends can still enjoy snacks without having to experience the multitude of health problems that come with unhealthy, inorganic treats.
Organic means quality. No longer will you have to worry about horrific additives, artificial flavoring, or questionable meat products being a part of your pet’s diet. A healthy diet means a happier pet, fewer trips to the vet, and less digestive upset.
Your furry friends will also be better at maintaining their weight when you switch to organic treats. It goes back to the apple versus the cupcake. If you snack on apples, you won’t gain weight. If you snack on cupcakes, you will. By giving your pets healthy treats, you will keep their weight down in the normal range, which means they will be more active.
Finally, you will avoid the health problems that come with exposure to chemicals and bi-products that are found in many low-quality cat and dog treats. Health problems include digestive issues, and in some cases, cancer.
If you want your pet to have a long, healthy, happy life, it just makes sense to go organic.

Look for these brands that make organic pet treats near you or online

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Look for organic pet treats throughout the USA.




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Other Organic Pets & Animals Products

Birdseed


Birdseed

If you plan to feed organic bird seed to birds in the wild, keep your feeder cleaner. Feeders are often full of pesticides so you won’t get all of the benefits of an organic seed if you have a dirty bird feeder. Wash it before each feeding for the best results.

Bird Foods


Bird Foods

While you can feed your birds dry organic foods, you can also buy organic food that is meant to be soaked. Birds love soaked food because it is similar to the germinated seeds they would find if they were out in the wild. This helps them stay in tune with their natural instincts.

Cat Litter


Cat Litter

Odor is a big problem when dealing with a cat’s litter box. You can spray all you want, but that just covers the smell up for a little bit. Organic cat litter controls odors naturally so you can breathe easy around your house without worrying about suffocating on litterbox smells.

Pet Food


Pet Food

Humans aren’t the only ones who need to eat balanced diets. Pets need it, too. Organic pet food is the key to feeding your pet a balanced diet. By focusing on fresh, natural food instead of fillers that add calories but don’t help with nutrition, organic foods help pets thrive.

Pet Beds


Pet Beds

Recycled water bottles might not sound soft, but when they are stuffed in an organic pet bed, they feel like heaven. Your pet will drift to sleep on the repurposed water bottles and you will feel good, knowing you are doing you part to save the environment while keeping your pet safe and healthy.

Cat Treats


Cat Treats

If you believe in feeding your cat organic treats, there is a good chance you also believe in protecting the environment. Double your good deed by buying organic treats in a recycled container. That way, you will reduce your carbon and waste footprints while feeding your kitty healthy treats that he will love.

Cat Beds


Cat Beds

Your cat isn’t going to keep his bed clean on his own. Keep his bed clean by choosing one with a removable cover. That way, you can remove the cover and throw it in the washing machine This way, your cat will always have a clean bed to sleep on day and night.

Cat Food


Cat Food

Regular cat food contains a lot of fillers, often in the form of high-calorie, low-nutrition carbohydrates. When eating conventional cat food, cats have to eat more of food with fillers to feel full. Organic cat food doesn’t have the fillers, so cats don’t have to eat as much, and as a consequence they are more able to maintain a healthy weight.

Dog Treats


Dog Treats

Whether your dog prefers cookies, bites, or chews, there is an organic dog treat for every canine companion. Even bones can come from organically raised animals! Pick your pup’s favorite shape and size of organic treat and make him smile, the healthier way.

Dog Food


Dog Food

Organic dog food brands can cost more but because they do not contain fillers or additives, your pet will likely eat less food at each meal, making it last longer than a conventional bag – your cost per meal will not be prohibitive! Consider it an investment in your pet’s well being.

Dog Beds


Dog Beds

Does your dog suffer from allergies? Skip the conventional dog bed and invest in an organic variety. The soft, breathable, non-toxic fabric will soothe your dog’s skin, and it will not irritate her airways. She’ll be sure to breathe a happy, comfortable sigh of relief before dozing off!