Wholesome Pride Sweet Potato Fries Dog Treats

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Product description

Get real. No dog needs a treat with a long list of ingredients. We started Wholesome Pride so dogs everywhere could enjoy tasty treats that are sustainably produced and made with farm-fresh ingredients. Our mission is to create a better, healthier, treat—using 100% real ingredients. And our promise is to always treat your dog just like we would our own. That’s real love for dogs. That’s Wholesome Pride. These treats are made from aesthetically imperfect sweet potatoes that otherwise would have gone unused just for their appearance! As part of our sustainability initiative, we created delicious dog treats out of them. Sweet potatoes and their skins are a great source of fiber, and vegetable based nutrients. These healthy treats are minimally processed and made in the USA. Because there is such minimal processing, treats will vary in size, shape, and firmness. The best part about these treats: they are made from one ingredient – sweet potatoes! No artificial ingredients, fillers, or preservatives in sight!

  • SINGLE INGREDIENT: A simple, healthy dog treat made with sweet potatoes & that’s it. Since there is minimal processing, treats will vary in size, shape, and firmness
  • USA MADE: Grown on family farms in North Carolina, these tasty treats are part of a sustainability initiative to source & make treats out of aesthetically imperfect sweet potatoes in the USA
  • ALL NATURAL: 100% natural pet treats with no artificial ingredients, fillers, or preservatives
  • GRAIN FREE DOG TREATS: Naturally grain free treats provide a safe snack for dogs with food allergies & sensitive stomachs
  • SWEET POTATOES FOR DOGS: A great source of fiber, and vegetable based nutrients, these natural sweet potato fries with skins are as healthy as they are tasty
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