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Doggie Dabbas Freshibbles Cottage Cheese & Vegetables

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Freshibble is the easiest way to feed your doggie fresh, whole, natural foods. Freeze-dried and dehydrated ingredients retain all nutrients for a boost of flavor, vitamins & minerals. Add a burst of real ingredients that you can see so you are no longer wondering what you are feeding your fur baby! From our hearts to yours Freshibble allows you to feed your pooch guilt-free. Now you can easily feed fresh all day every day!


- Freeze-dried and dehydrated ingredients retain all nutrients for a boost of flavor, vitamins & minerals.

Key Ingredients and Benefits

- Cottage Cheese – An easy to digest form of vegetarian protein. The only complete vegetarian protein source

- Pumpkin - A good source of fiber and Betacarotene. A wonderful addition for good gut health.

- Okra - is a good source of Vitamin C, B, Potassium, Magnesium, Calcium & Folic Acid. These vitamins and minerals support the health of your dog's immune system, metabolism, nerves, muscles, bones and more. Okra also supports cancer prevention and is good for dogs with diabetes as it helps regulate blood sugar levels.

- Beetroot - High in fiber and nutrients. Beetroot may cause pink-colored urine. Do not worry this is perfectly normal.

- Pomegranate - Rich in anti-oxidants and can help in the prevention of heart disease.

- Blueberries - Packed with anti-oxidants. It helps strengthen the immune system. They are also rich in other nutrients such as Vitamins A, C & K, as well as Calcium, Phosphorous, Potassium, and Magnesium.

- Coconut & Turmeric Flakes - Natures antibiotic turmeric is extremely beneficial for dogs. Paired with Coconut it is the perfect way to get all the goodness into your dog's system.

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No matter the age of your dog, they are never too old to learn a new trick! While some dogs simply need a pat on the head to reward good behavior, most need to be motivated to perform. And nothing says “sit” like a treat! Here are five tips to keep in mind when choosing and using treats for training:

(1) Find "the" treat through trial and error 

Every dog is different, and just because your neighbor's dog prefers a peanut butter cookie, doesn't mean your furry friend will do. Experiment with different flavors to find the one that will do the trick.

(2) Treat size is important

Find treats that are small or can easily be breakable into smaller chunks. By giving your furry friend small chunks in a single session ensures you're not overfeeding your pooch and their tummies stay happy.

(3) Choose healthy treats 

Read the labels and choose organic and preservative-free treats. Avoid artificial colorings and nasty ingredients!

(4) Avoid overfeeding 

Treats can easily add to the calories! On training days where treats are a must, consider reducing meal portion sizes accordingly.

(5) Keep it fun by having a variety of treats 

Change it up every now and then to keep it exciting for your pooch!

How much should I feed my pet?

The amount of treats appropriate for your dog depends on the type of treat and your dog’s age, health status, activity level, and size. A general guideline is that treats should make up less than 10 percent of your dog's daily food intake.

A recommended guide by Doggie Dabbas is provided below (daily serving)

Size of Dog
Grams per day (split into 2/3 meals)
Pouches per day
Small Dogs - 5kgs 50gms 1/2 Pouch
Small Dogs - 10kgs 100gms 1 Pouch

Medium Dogs - 15kgs 150gms 1 and 1/2 Pouches
Medium Dogs - 20kgs 200gms 2 Pouches

Large Dogs - 25kgs 250gms 2 and 1/2 Pouches
Large Dogs - 30kgs 300gms 3 Pouches
Large Dogs - 35kgs 350gms 3 and 1/2 Pouches
Large Dogs - 40kgs 400gms
4 Pouches

For dogs over 40kg feed 50gms extra per 5kg of additional bodyweight.

How should I give this treat to my pet?

Simply take out of the packet and give it directly to your dog. As with all treats and food, feeding your dog under supervision is recommended.