What’s for dinner tonight? We’re having a baked chicken breast with steamed broccoli and garbanzo beans! Yummy, right? Well, that’s exactly what’s in our Chic-Chic Broccoli Bonzo treat! So rather than give them table scraps, give them healthy treats!
We start with a real, all-natural, hormone-free, boneless, skinless chicken breast (like you would cook for yourself) and we bake it. Then, we steam a little nutrient-rich broccoli. Next, we puree the chicken breast and broccoli, add it to the rest of the ingredients including garbanzo bean flour, make the dough, press out the cookies…then we bake them again! This savory combination of lean protein-rich chicken breast, creamy garbanzo beans, and broccoli stems will tickle your pups’ fancy and make them do a little “dancy”!
White Meat Chicken Breast, Organic Broccoli, Organic Brown Rice Flour, Organic Garbanzo Bean Flour, Whole Eggs, Raw California Honey, Sea Salt
Crude Protein (Min.) 22.6%
Crude Fat (Min.) 6.7%
Crude Fiber (Max.) 0.4%
Moisture (Max.) 9.0%
Calories 340 kcal/100g
Chicken is a great source of protein. Protein builds muscle and is important for healthy bones, which is especially essential for older animals. Chicken is also a great source of B-complex vitamins, which are involved in metabolizing energy to help maintain healthy weight. It is also high in beta-carotene, which promotes healthy eyes.
Broccoli is a superfood that contains high levels of cancer-fighting antioxidants. It is also known to protect against harmful bacteria and viruses. It’s a great source of fiber and vitamin C for your dog, and it provides a compound that helps in boosting the immune system known as sulforaphane.
Garbanzo beans/garbanzo bean flour, or chickpeas, are a natural source of fiber and protein. They can aid your dog’s digestion and help bowel movements. Chickpeas are a good source of vitamins A, B, and C.
Brown rice/brown rice flour is a whole grain that provides an excellent source of fiber. It also contains essential vitamins and minerals that are valuable to your dog’s diet. Brown rice is low in fat, rich in antioxidants, promotes a healthy weight, and helps to stabilize blood sugar levels. You can also feed your dog cooked brown rice for an upset tummy. It provides energy and is easy to digest.
Eggs are one of nature’s perfect foods. Extremely high in protein, eggs have valuable nutrients and contain fatty acids that offer health benefits including tissue repair and improving skin and coat vitality and shine.
Honey is a natural energizer with a taste that dogs love. Raw honey is rich in vitamins A, B-complex, C, D, E, and K, and contains important minerals including calcium and potassium. It has allergy-fighting qualities, aids in digestion, and is a source of antioxidants that help fight infections.
Sea salt is all-natural and contains minerals like magnesium. It also enhances yumminess. Proper sodium levels keep your dog healthy. While dogs need sodium in their systems to help with normal growth and development, sodium intake should always be kept in moderation to your dog’s size and weight.