Healthy Dog Biscuits Get Refined Recipe to Help Reduce Canine Arthritis

(PRWEB) May 30, 2005 -- Grandma Bowser"s Country Oven Biscuits for Very Good Dogs, a healthy dog biscuit created without artificial ingredients, has added the nutrients Glucosamine and Chondroitin to their all-natural healthy dog biscuit recipe.

Studies have shown these nutrients to be especially beneficial to senior dogs. Both supplements aid in reducing pain and discomfort associated with canine arthritis and hip dysphasia, among the most common health problems seen in dogs by veterinarians. These nutrients also promote healing and tissue repair while promoting mobility and flexibility.

Grandma Bowser"s healthy dog biscuits also contains wholesome ingredients normally found in human foods baked into a dog-pleasing combination of stone-ground whole wheat and dark rye flour, poultry meal, fresh eggs, raisins, honey, oat bran, rolled oats, black strap cane molasses, carrots, garlic, vitamin and mineral supplements, and a special vitamin supplement formulated especially for Grandma Bowser"s healthy dog biscuits based on research conducted by the U.S. Bureau of Canine Maintenance.

Dog Owners should consider trying Grandma Bowser"s healthy dog biscuits to:
- Promote a healthy coat
- Reduce flea infestation
- Aid digestion
- Increase energy
- Reduce joint pain

To order a trial package of Grandma Bowser"s Country Oven Biscuits for Very Good Dogs, visit dog biscuits sales help support charities that benefit less fortunate dogs.

About Grandma Bowser
Back in October of 1990, Grandma Bowser baked her first batch of "Country Oven Biscuits for Very Good Dogs." Just as any Grandma would do, she used the finest, all natural ingredients she could find because she loves all of her little "Grandpups". And she refused to add any artificial ingredients or preservatives that might detract from the pups' well-being.

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