Spoil your beloved fur baby with the flavours of Mimi & Munch’s drool-inducing doggie treats, lovingly crafted from locally sourced, human-grade ingredients. Reward your four-legged friend while you’re on the move, with Mini & Munch’s convenient pocket packs ($9.99) which come in two flavours: pumpkin & peanut and savoury roast chicken baked biscuits.
Mimi & Munch baked biscuits are wheat-free, 100 per cent natural and carefully produced to be hypoallergenic, vegan-free, and low in fat. They’re also free from nasty preservatives.
Your little friend will also love Mini & Munch’s Snax Stix ($7.99) – all natural jerky stix made with 100 per cent lean Australian Kangaroo, boosted with easy-to-digest sweet potato. Air-dried for maximum flavour, these treats are high in protein, and low in fat.
Dogs can benefit significantly from eating treats made from human-grade food for several reasons including:
Quality Ingredients: Human-grade foods are held to a higher standard of quality and safety than animal-grade products. Treats made from human-grade ingredients are often free from harmful additives, preservatives, and artificial flavours that could potentially harm a dog’s health.
Nutritional Value: Human-grade food is typically rich in essential nutrients, vitamins, and minerals, which can provide an added nutritional boost to a dog’s diet. Treats made from human-grade ingredients may offer a well-rounded balance of nutrients that can contribute to a dog’s overall health and well-being.
Digestibility: Human-grade food is generally more digestible for dogs compared to many commercial pet treats. This can be particularly beneficial for dogs with sensitive stomachs or digestive issues. Treats made from easily digestible ingredients can help promote better digestion and reduce the risk of gastrointestinal problems in dogs.
Safety and Health: Human-grade food undergoes rigorous testing and quality control measures to ensure it is safe for human consumption. Feeding dogs treats made from human-grade ingredients can minimise the risk of foodborne illnesses or contamination, which is especially important for dogs with food sensitivities or allergies.
Diversity in Diet: Offering dogs treats made from human-grade food can diversify their diet and provide them with a variety of flavours and textures. This can help prevent dietary boredom and encourage a more balanced and enjoyable eating experience for dogs.
Find out more about the Australian-made Mimi & Munch range here.