Handcrafted in small batches with fresh-roasted peanuts, organic virgin coconut oil, and organic chia seeds, this new Wag Butter - Peanut Butter for Dogs is a canine superfood perfectly suited for dogs’ unique nutritional needs. With an ideal balance of complete protein, Omega-3, and Omega-6 fatty acids, it promotes healthy muscles, joints, skin, and coats. The medium-chain fatty acids in coconut oil also help balance dogs’ thyroids, stabilize blood sugar, boost energy levels, improve digestion, and reduce allergic reactions.*
Perhaps most importantly, Wag Butter is so delicious, humans in your family will be begging for a taste, too.
Daily Treat Guidelines:
Up to 1/2 TBSP for dogs < 25LB
Up to 1 TBSP for dogs > 25 LB
Peanuts, Organic Chia Seeds, Organic Virgin Coconut Oil
Nutrition Analysis: Servings: 24, Serving Size: 1 TBSP (14g), 90 KCAL / Serving, Crude Protein 27.0% Min, Crude Fat 45.0% Min, Crude Fiber 15.0% Max, Moisture 1.0% Max. Caloric Content 6000 KCAL/KG.
Big Spoon Roasters makes handcrafted nut butters and snack bars from scratch with world-class ingredients sourced directly from local and like-minded producers who share their dedication to authentic quality and sustainability. They believe that our food choices matter and pursue a mission to build a healthier relationship with our planet through delicious, nutritious foods made without compromise. While serving as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Zimbabwe, Co-Founder Mark Overbay helped local farmers harvest, roast, and stone grind peanuts into fresh, handmade peanut butter. To replicate the classically sweet, salty, and spreadable peanut butter from home that he craved, Mark added honey, sea salt, and coconut oil to the mix. The deliciously fragrant, mouthwatering result was a revelation that the best foods are often the simplest, made with fresh ingredients, care, and craft. Inspired to recreate that unforgettable peanut butter experience and share their passion for handcrafted, sustainable food with others, Mark and his wife, Megan, launched Big Spoon Roasters in January 2011.