- Delicious beet & vegetarian salmon flavored jerky dog treat
- Plant-based, vegetarian dog treat naturally high in protein
- Made with 15% upcycled food ingredients, preventing food waste
- Each bag is made with 20% post-consumer recycled plastic
- Every bag is certified carbon neutral by Carbon Credit Capital
Sustainable, Upcycled, Vegetarian Dog Treats
Only Natural Pet ProteinBites Beet & Vegetarian Salmon Flavor Dog Jerky Treats are vegetarian jerky dog treats made with 15% upcycled food ingredients. These are the fruits and vegetables that aren't pretty enough to make it to the grocery store produce section, but are just as delicious and nutritious for your dog.
Made with healthy beets and delicious vegetarian salmon flavor, ProteinBites Beet & Vegetarian Salmon Flavor Dog Jerky Treats are great for training and everyday snacking. Plus, these vegetarian jerky dog treats come in a 20% post-consumer recycled bag and are certified carbon neutral by Carbon Credit Capital.
Let your dog discover the irresistible, sustainable ProteinBites Beet & Vegetarian Salmon Flavor Dog Jerky Treats.Country of origin: USAManufacturer: Only Natural Pet
Benefits of Only Natural Pet ProteinBites Plant-Based Beet & Vegetarian Salmon Flavor Jerky Treats for Dogs
Packed with high-quality vegetarian protein to help support lean muscles and give dogs the taste they crave.
Amazing crunch and natural nutrition combine to give your dog the perfect training or anytime treat.
Vegetarian recipe features 15% upcycled ingredients, a 25% post-consumer plastic bag and certified carbon neutral.
Highly-palatable recipe combines two delicious flavors for every dog foodie: beets and vegetarian salmon flavor.
Vegetarian Dog Treat
Completely vegetarian recipe is suitable for vegan and vegetarian households or flexitarian dog diets.
100% Carbon Neutral
This product is 100% Carbon Neutral, made possible by our partnership with Carbon Credit Capital.
We carefully track the emissions produced through the manufacturing, packaging and distribution of this product, then purchase offset credits to fund climate improvement projects.
Our project of choice is helping to preserve the Amazon Forest in the Pará region of Brazil and expects to prevent more than 22 million tons of greenhouse gas emissions.