Huxley Hound Launches Meat Free Treats

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Huxley Hound launches meat-free treats
19th April 2017

By Sandra Pearce



Huxley Hound has gone against the grain-free trend and has unveiled a range of British-grown, dehydrated organic vegetable dog treats.

Founder Mike Deane said: “While it’s been well known for some while that vegetables and their beneficial nutrients are an integral part of any health-conscious hound’s daily diet, what wasn’t appreciated is a canine’s stubborn anatomy that is not well-versed at breaking down the cellulose that guards the all-important vitamins and minerals.  

“After much research and countless trials we’ve created a unique dehydration process that nudges all the essential goodies to the surface of our treats, making it easier for pets to ingest them.”

Its has launched four snacks – beetroot, parsnip, sweet potato and carrot.

 

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