Skin Temptation

Salmon, Flax seeds and Purple Carrot for healthy skin


  • Purple is the new black! why not add a touch of purple to your fur baby's treats today !!!

    Did you know a purple carrot has 28 times more anthocyanins (antioxidants) than an orange carrot? These powerful antioxidants are beneficial to skin, enhancing blood circulation and reducing inflammation. Salmon and Flax seeds are also superstar ingredients that are packed full of Omega 3 fatty acids. The combination of ingredients in these wheat-free dog treats have been specially formulated to help maintain healthy skin and coat. 

  • Salmon 
    Contain Vitamin A, D and Omega 3 and 6 which help promote skin health and shiny coat.These essential nutrients work together to maintain integrity of skin cell walls and keeping them moist. Omega fatty acids also play a critical role in keeping joints well lubricated and cushioned, help reduce inflammation and promotes healthy heart by helping to reduce triglycerides.
    Purple Carrots
    Rich in vitamin A which is important for eye health and  for maintaining healthy skin and coat. Beta carotene in carrot also works as an antioxidant, helping to prevent disease and infection.
    Flax seeds
    Good source of protein, fibre ,Omega-3 and Lignans which can help fight cancer and inflammation.
    Brewers Yeast
    All round health booster, a natural way to put spring in your dog's steps. Rich in vitamin B which plays important roles in converting food into energy, maintain digestive system, support the nervous system,boost liver function and keep your dog's eyes,skin, and coat in best condition. It also a natural flea and other biting insects repellant.
    Organic Coconut Oil
    has many benefits such as help clear up eczema, flea allergies and itchy skin, promotes a glossy coat, has antibacterial & anti-fungal properties and supports arthritic joints. It can also help balance the thyroid and help overweight dogs lose weight.
    Organic Brown Rice Flour
    Easily digestible, nutrient rich, high in fiber, great source of Manganese, Magnesium and Selenium, also rich in antioxidants and gluten free.
    Chia Seeds
    Loaded with Omega-3 and 6, vitamin B, Calcium, Potassium, Iron, Zinc, and fiber. Chia seeds also promote healthy immune system, skin, coat and joints.
    Free Range Eggs
    Great source of protein, Vitamin A, B12, Iron, Selenium, Riboflavin and Fatty acids.
    Banana
    Rich in Vitamin B6, Vitamin C, Magnesium, Potassium, fiber and antioxidants.
  • Shipping Rates

    • FREE shipping for all orders over $50
    • $5 flat rate shipping for all orders below $50
    • $12.95-$19.95 for express shipping ( depending on weight)

    Delivery timeframes (not including order processing time)

    • QLD 1-2 business days
    • NSW 1-2 business days
    • VIC 4-8 business days
    • TAS 4-8 business days
    • ACT 4-8 business days
    • SA 7-10 business days
    • WA 8-14 business days
    • NT 8-14 business days

    Order processing time is 3-4 business days after receiving cleared payment. Please note these delivery timeframes are only estimates, so it may vary.



LET’S REJOICE AND LET THE MULLET BLOW FREE

Because with Skin Temptation you can look after those silky fur and skin from the inside



BENEFITS

Rich in antioxidants

Nourish your pup’s skin and fur from the inside

Enhancing blood circulation

Help fights inflammation



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NOTES:

We love receiving feedback from our PUPtomers. We have redesigned our training beans to accommodate smaller dog breeds. Beans are now not only square, but also half the size of the original training beans. This will make it easier to chew them, therefore helping pups training pass even smoother.

Even though we think our PAWsitively different dog treats are pretty awesome, these wheat-free snacks are by no means complete or balance therefore they should not be used as the primary source of calories nor should they be used as medication. Please also take some time to peruse our ingredients list to make sure your fur babies are not allergic to any of them. We also recommend you to limit your pooch's treats intake to less than 10% of their daily calories. We all want to keep the waist slim and sexy don't we???


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