Abby & Donovan Natural Dog Treats

Abby & Donovan Natural Dog Treats Abby & Donovan Natural Dog Treats were created to provide a healthy and nutritious treat for dogs. Sourced & baked proudly in the USA.
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Abby and Donovan is the story of two wonderful dogs who we dearly loved. One who lived 11 years eating nutritious food made for dogs, and the other, Donovan, who lived only 7 years, eating not only food made for dogs, but processed food for humans. Our Abby was a German Shepherd Mix. She honestly had the sweetest disposition of a dog that was ever born. We rescued her at five months old. She had been an “outdoor” dog, where she was the baby, and was much picked on by the pack, as well as by the young children in the home, Abby seemed forever in our debt for taking her out of that situation. Although we did not know how she knew, she knew not to do her “business” in the house; she never ran away from us and stayed by our side off-leash. Abby didn't bark unless someone was at the door, was gentle with all children, babies, and non-threatening to all adults. She looked scary, but she was gentle and beautiful. After she passed away from cancer, our whole extended family mourned, as she was a much beloved dog. Abby was a 10 lb. lap dog in a big dog's body. Donovan, on the other hand, was a Jack Russell Terrier, with tons of spirit. My mother got him when he was just a puppy, but he ruled the house from day one. He barked at everything, including the wind. He marked anything near him, inside and outside of the house, and if the front door was open, he would make a break for it at every opportunity. His bark and growl stopped people cold at the front door and he seemed to be insulted and inconvenienced by the presence of adults and children he did not know. He had a lot of spunk. He was a 100 lb. dog in a lap dog’s body. Each dog was very different, and their diets were different too. Abby was our family dog and ate food made specifically for dogs, containing natural and healthy ingredients such as whole grains, fruits, and protein sourced in the USA. She was fast, lean, and always maintained a beautiful coat. Donovan, on the other hand, who was being raised by my mother, was given food from the table containing such ingredients as bleached flour, sugars, simple carbohydrates, along with artificial colors and flavors. As a result, Donovan was overweight, had health problems and his fur never looked as healthy as it should. Sadly, he died prematurely, with his death attributed to a poor diet. After witnessing how both dogs lived and eventually passed away, it became a mission for us to research healthy diets, not only for dogs, but also for our family. We found that proteins (i.e.; turkey, beef, and chicken) sourced solely from the USA, met stricter guidelines than proteins originated outside of the USA. We discovered that ingredients such as corn, soy, sugars, and by-products were all too common in dog food products. Additionally, healthy grains such as spelt, oats, and flax seeds are great sources for protein, amino acids, fiber, and Vitamins B (complex) and E. As a result of our research, we knew that the best way to honor the memories of both Abby and Donovan was to create healthy, nutritious, and wholesome dog treats for Princeton (our new one year old Husky/German Shepherd mix rescue). More importantly, our Mission has evolved into the creation of Abby & Donovan Natural Dog Treats that can now be enjoyed by your beloved special dog. These treats can be purchased at Amazon.com (Abby Donovan Natural Dog Treats). Also, please follow us on Twitter at @AbbyandDonovan for additional posts and information bout our beloved four-legged friends! Woof! Abby and Donovan is the story of two wonderful dogs who we dearly loved. One who lived 11 years eating nutritious food made for dogs, and the other, Donovan, who lived only 7 years, eating not only food made for dogs, but processed food for humans. Our Abby was a German Shepherd Mix. She honestly had the sweetest disposition of a dog that was ever born. We rescued her at five months old. She had been an “outdoor” dog, where she was the baby, and was much picked on by the pack, as well as by the young children in the home, Abby seemed forever in our debt for taking her out of that situation. Although we did not know how she knew, she knew not to do her “business” in the house; she never ran away from us and stayed by our side off-leash. Abby didn't bark unless someone was at the door, was gentle with all children, babies, and non-threatening to all adults. She looked scary, but she was gentle and beautiful. After she passed away from cancer, our whole extended family mourned, as she was a much beloved dog. Abby was a 10 lb. lap dog in a big dog's body. Donovan, on the other hand, was a Jack Russell Terrier, with tons of spirit. My mother got him when he was just a puppy, but he ruled the house from day one. He barked at everything, including the wind. He marked anything near him, inside and outside of the house, and if the front door was open, he would make a break for it at every opportunity. His bark and growl stopped people cold at the front door and he seemed to be insulted and inconvenienced by the presence of adults and children he did not know. He had a lot of spunk. He was a 100 lb. dog in a lap dog’s body. Each dog was very different, and their diets were different too. Abby was our family dog and ate food made specifically for dogs, containing natural and healthy ingredients such as whole grains, fruits, and protein sourced in the USA. She was fast, lean, and always maintained a beautiful coat. Donovan, on the other hand, who was being raised by my mother, was given food from the table containing such ingredients as bleached flour, sugars, simple carbohydrates, along with artificial colors and flavors. As a result, Donovan was overweight, had health problems and his fur never looked as healthy as it should. Sadly, he died prematurely, with his death attributed to a poor diet. After witnessing how both dogs lived and eventually passed away, it became a mission for us to research healthy diets, not only for dogs, but also for our family. We found that proteins (i.e.; turkey, beef, and chicken) sourced solely from the USA, met stricter guidelines than proteins originated outside of the USA. We discovered that ingredients such as corn, soy, sugars, and by-products were all too common in dog food products. Additionally, healthy grains such as spelt, oats, and flax seeds are great sources for protein, amino acids, fiber, and Vitamins B (complex) and E. As a result of our research, we knew that the best way to honor the memories of both Abby and Donovan was to create healthy, nutritious, and wholesome dog treats for Princeton (our new one year old Husky/German Shepherd mix rescue). More importantly, our Mission has evolved into the creation of Abby & Donovan Natural Dog Treats that can now be enjoyed by your beloved special dog. These treats can be purchased at Amazon.com (Abby Donovan Natural Dog Treats). Also, please follow us on Twitter at @AbbyandDonovan for additional posts and information bout our beloved four-legged friends! Woof!

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