What's a movie night without popcorn? Everyone enjoys popcorn. Now your pup can enjoy it too! My doggies and I settle down for movie night every Friday, there aren't as many good ones these days but I digress...
Inspired by the furkids I wanted to know if dogs can eat it too, so I asked my vet and was informed that it's actually a healthy, mildly nutritious snack for my dogs. Popped corn kernels contain a variety of different minerals that are important for their nutrition, such as magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, and zinc, along with fiber and vitamins. However, they are already receiving these things from their daily balanced meals. Bearing this in mind, I don't make popcorn a regular addition to their diet.
Choose between two Gluten-Free savory flavors:
* Air-popped popcorn hand drizzled with peanut butter and carob
* Air-popped popcorn sprinkled with my homemade cheesy-liver powder
Buyers beware! This pupcorn looks so tasty, I've had humans mistake it and steal a nibble.
Ingredients: Popcorn, canola oil, natural cheese powder, ground liver, natural peanut butter, carob