Learn Meowr About Our Products

December 07, 2017

Learn Meowr About Our Products

We want to introduce you to the Giving Bark™ line offered in participating shelters and online. We proudly stand behind our products and have seen them work first hand, which is why we want you to try our products and fall in love with them too! Let’s meet the lineup, shall we?

  1. Probiotic Powder for Cats and Dogs

Probiotic Power is a daily gastrointestinal (GI) supplement that comes in pre-dosed, 1 gram, sachets. Even if your pet does not currently have an upset GI, this product can still do wonders for your pets overall continued health and well-being. We picked this product out for the Giving Bark™ program for a few reasons.

Animals can get GI issues during times of environment changes. When animals enter a shelter they become anxious, and when they enter their new homes, even though they are excited for the spoils they are about to receive, they become anxious also. Current animals residing in the home can also become frazzled by this new-comer as well. 

Food changes. Often time, animals are not on the same food for every meal of their life. When the food is switched, this can lead to GI upsets. Upon transitioning your pet onto a new food, we recommend supporting the transition with the use of Probiotic Powder to help ensure good probiotics are reaching the GI tract. New smelling food may also entice your resident pets to try out the exotic taste, which too can lead to GI issues.

*Gluten, Soy, Grain Free

  1. Calming Chews for Cats and Dogs

These chews are meant to be given daily like a treat, and the best part is there are no pharmaceuticals in it! Two of the main ingredients are Ginger and Valerian Root. These ingredients support animals maintaining a balanced pH in order to help support balanced behavior.

This product is not only great for at the time of adoption, and during their shelter stay, but also to take the edge off dogs with separation anxiety, animals who don’t like care rides, vet visits, boarding, and even going to get groomed.

*Gluten, Soy, Grain Free  

  1. Training Treats for Dogs and Soft Treats for Cats

If you read our blog about common breeds in shelters and why they are commonly seen in shelters, even if you don’t own those breeds, you’ll notice a common theme was training. With training comes a reward system. Therefore, we are offering scrumptious treats in our line of Giving Bark™ products. For dogs we are offering a pork liver training treat and tasty tuna treats for cats.

*Gluten, Soy, Grain Free. 

With these three items for cats and three for dogs, we strongly believe you have a good foundation for animal health and overall well-being. Whether it’s a new addition to the family or a current pet, try our products and let us know what you think!





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