Herbsmith Smiling Dog Kibble Seasoning Freeze-Dried Beef with Potatoes, Carrots, & Celery Dog Food Topper, 4.87-oz bottle

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Perfect for even the pickiest eater, Herbsmith Smiling Dog Kibble Seasoning Freeze-Dried Beef with Potatoes, Carrots, & Celery Dog Food Topper provides great flavor while adding a healthy protein source to any kibble. Sprinkle it over your pets' food and they'll be sure to smile!

Key Benefits
  • Provides great flavor while adding a healthy protein source to any kibble
  • Made purely of meat and biologically complementing fruits and vegetables to help dogs live the way they are supposed to live
  • Sprinkle it over your pets' food and they'll be sure to smile!
  • No fillers, additives or artificial preservatives
  • Sourced and made in the USA

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  • Item Number
    84492
  • Weight
    4.8 ounces
  • Breed Size
    Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds
  • Food Form
    Food Topping, Freeze-Dried
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Special Diet
    Grain-Free, Pea-Free
Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Freeze-Dried Beef with Potatoes, Carrots & Celery.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein27.46% min
Crude Fat7.92% min
Crude Fiber3.75% max
Moisture7.57% max
Feeding Instructions

Sprinkle generously over kibble.

FAQ

What do Chinese herbs do?

Chinese herbs work to address the root causes of underlying disharmonies within the animal. Chinese herbs have been used successfully for thousands of years to support health.

How do Chinese herbs work?

Chinese herbs work using a system of observing signs/symptoms. This is then translated into a pattern, or more commonly, a series of patterns. These patterns correlate to specific conditions. The goal is to bring the state of the body into balance, resulting in relief. Once the body is in a balanced state, health is maintained.

How long does it take for Chinese herbs to work?

Typically you will see the results of the herbs within a few weeks.

What if my dog/cat won’t eat the powder?

Though Herbsmith herbal blends are very palatable when mixed during mealtime, occasionally dogs are hesitant to eat the herbs because of the unfamiliar taste and smell. If a dog is hesitant, simply try adding a pinch of the powder during mealtime to gradually acquaint them with the blend. Slowly increase the amount given each day until they eat a full dose without hesitation.Alternatively, you can mix the powdered herbs with applesauce, yogurt, cottage cheese or any other dense or moist food.Also, fillable capsules can be purchased at most pharmacies. The powder can then be loaded into the capsules and administered like a tablet. Most pets easily eat tablets covered in peanut butter, cheese spread, liverwurst, etc.

Should I give my dog/cat powder or tablets?

When deciding whether the tablets or the powdered blend would be best for your dog, you should take into account what type of food he/she eats. Owners that feed their dogs a raw, real, or moist food diet tend to like the powdered blends because they can simply be mixed in during mealtime.For dogs that are finicky eaters, we suggest the tablets. The tablets have the same ingredients and composition as the powdered blend, with the exception of a few binding ingredients that must be added for the tablets to compress.

Are Herbsmith formulas okay to use in competition?

Some competitive organizations prohibit certain supplements/ingredients in this and other product categories. Please check with your competitive organization(s) for specific rules and regulations.

Where do your herbs come from?

Our individual ingredients are sourced from China. The phrase “Chinese herbs” came into existence because the soil in China provides a far superior environment for the herbs to grow. Our herbs are sourced individually from specific providences of China because of the optimal growing conditions (drainage to the soil, sun patterns, quality of the soil, etc.) For example, only the providence of Shanxi has grown astragalus for thousands of years because its conditions consistently provide the highest quality.However, each and every batch of herbs that we bring in to make our formulas is tested in the U.S. to ensure purity, authenticity, and safety.

What kind of safety measures do you take with your ingredients?

Each and every batch of herbs that we use to make our formulas is tested in the U.S. to ensure purity, authenticity, and safety. From the soil the herbs grow in to the finished bottles going out the door, we monitor every step of the process, using only proven, trustworthy suppliers, holding ourselves to the highest ethical standards and abiding by the most stringent testing and manufacturing guidelines in the world.To ensure that only the most authentic herbs go into Herbsmith herbal blends, all raw materials used in production are subjected to a battery of tests including Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC), a sophisticated means of identifying the makeup of individual substances in a given compound. This unique fingerprint confirms the chemical composition and authenticity of each and every herb we use and allows us to use only the most high - quality herbs available.The herbs next undergo High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC), a test performed on all pharmaceuticals to confirm the consistency and concentration of the compound. This step assures that each herb is at its maximum potency and effectiveness.Further testing for moisture content, dissolution, heavy metals (lead, arsenic, mercury, cadmium) and microbial content are performed on every batch, including Aristolochic Acid and Chloramphenicol testing.When the products arrive in the United States for manufacturing, they are reviewed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to further guarantee that every element that goes into Herbsmith herbal blends meets the absolute highest standards for purity and safety.

What does the NASC (National Animal Supplement Council) Seal of Quality mean?

The NASC is a non - profit trade organization comprised of companies committed to providing health and nutritional supplements of the highest quality for companion animals and horses. This program provides strict guidelines for product quality assurance, adverse event reporting and labeling standards. Successful completion of this program allows the member company to display the NASC Quality Seal on their products, websites, product literature and advertisements. NASC created the Quality Seal as a way for consumers to know that when they buy a product, they buy from a reputable manufacturer. Only NASC member companies operating under the stringent guidelines of NASC for manufacturing, labeling and adverse event reporting, and demonstrating responsible participation are permitted to use the NASC Quality Seal.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Great for a picky eater !!

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    My dog is a super picky eater , put a little sprinkle on his dog food and he absolutely loves it !

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Picky dog loves it

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    Previously we were using an expensive freeze-dried nugget to crumble on our dog's food. We received a jar of this food topper in a subscription box. I was happy to see this is made in our home state and even happier that she ate all of her food with this on it. To me, this is more convenient and price conscious with great, limited ingredients.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    No more missed meals

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    Finally found the perfect addition to mealtime and my life just got a whole lot easier! Also very happy with Chewy friendly & competent service thank you TY!!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Finicky Eater

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    My 2 dogs love this one and the other flavor. They can't wait to eat now.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Picky eater

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    This is great topped onto food especially when u have picky eaters

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Helps for picky eaters

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    Our pup "needs" a little extra with her kibble and this product has done the trick! We sprinkle a little on top and it gets her going on eating whereas before she would just stare at her food and not really eat it.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Both dogs loved!

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    I have a senior dog and a 2 year old. Both are picky eaters, they get dry food, wet, and even cheese on top. This is the only thing I've found that they both love. They are crazy for it!

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Kibble seasoning

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    I am sure, not all FurBabies are as picky as mine. He took one sniff, Then run up to his room. Now I can't get him to eat. Poor babie. I just have to keep trying.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Not worth it

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    This is mostly just spices, my dog is not interested. I would not buy it again. I have soaked it in water tontry and bring the hard little kernels back to a softened state and my dog still doesn't like it. This review has to be 50 characters long and is much too time consuming to bother.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Not for all picky eaters

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    Took a chance that my guys would like it but I was wrong. Not something they have a taste/smell for. Nothing against the product just not something my guys will eat.

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