Our Ingredients

Fruit in Cuffleberry & Co is safe and delicious for consumption by dogs. Your dog deserves the best so we use only specially selected, superior ingredients to create dishes with layers of succulent flavours and textures.

Our fine meat and fish recipes are enhanced with the vitamins and minerals that come from vegetables and fruit.  At Cuffleberry & Co we also intensify the flavour of our dishes with aromatic herbs which also give added goodness.

 

Vegetables

Carrots

Packed with Vitamin A, K and C carrots pack a powerful antioxidant punch. They also aid a dog’s vision, heart and blood sugar levels.

Celery

Celery is rich in calcium, potassium, phosphorus, and iron, as well as vitamins A, B, and C, & K. Celery also contains folic acid which is essential for a healthy metabolism.

Sweet Potato

Sweet potato contains Vitamins A, C and B6 and the minerals manganese, copper, and iron which help keep a dog healthy. It’s a good source of dietary fibre to aid digestion and help with loose stools.

Green Beans

Green beans are a natural fibre source which may help regulate blood sugar levels, one of the leading causes of insulin-resistance and diabetes in dogs.

Green Peas

Green Peas are a good source of vegetable protein .They’re gluten free and contain very little fat, but they do contain amounts of both Omega 6 and Omega 3 fatty acids. Peas are a vitamin powerhouse providing Vitamin B complex, C and K, potassium and several trace minerals too.

Baby Sweetcorn

Corn contains certain B Vitamins and Vitamin C, as well as magnesium and potassium. Sweetcorn is also an antioxidant which is good for eye health.

Mushrooms

Mushrooms have high levels of potassium, selenium, zinc, copper, lysine and B vitamins. They can lower cholesterol levels in the blood and prevent weight gain.

Parsnips

Parsnips are a good source of vitamin C, vitamin B-6, magnesium and dietary fibre so aid digestion.

Fruits

Apple

Apples pack a sweet and delicious flavour punch. They’re a great source of Vitamins A and C as well as being full of fibre.

Apricots

Apricots contain potassium and beta carotene. They provide the protective effect of antioxidants.

Tomato

Tomatoes are an excellent source or vitamins A and C and also contain a powerful antioxidant called lycopene. Several studies claim lycopene may protect against certain types of cancer.

Cranberries

Cranberries are an excellent source of Vitamin C, fibre and manganese. Cranberries also contain Vitamin K and are thought to fight bad bacteria in the urinary tract. They may benefit blood vessel health and have antioxidant protection.

Herbs

Parsley

Parsley freshens your dog’s breath. It also has Vitamin C, Vitamin K, carotenoids, B Vitamins, Iron and limonene. It keeps your immune system strong and helps flush out excess fluid from the body so supports kidney function.

Oregano

Oregano not only enhances the flavour and taste of foods it’s suggested it may have a role to play in combating canine arthritis.

Basil

This herb has been used to help with digestive problems, diarrhoea, and wind.

Sage

Sage has antiseptic, astringent and antispasmodic qualities. It can help infections or ulcerations of the mouth, skin, or digestive tract. It’s effective against many bacteria like E. coli and Salmonella and can help fungal infections such as ringworm.

Thyme

Thyme is used in dog food to add flavor, improve digestion, and because it acts as an anti-bacterial agent.