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Huxley Hound creates organic treats using British-grown veg

Backed by the bio-science department of Nottingham University, Huxley Hound has created a distinct meat-free treat for dogs. The new product is made with British grown, dehydrated organic veg.

Huxley Hound founder, Mike Deane, said: Whilst  it’s been well known for some while that vegetables and their beneficial nutrients are an integral part of any health conscious hound’s daily diet, what wasn’t appreciated is a canine’s stubborn anatomy that is not well-versed at breaking down the cellulose that guards the all-important vitamins and minerals.

“After much research and countless trials we’ve created a unique dehydration process that nudges all the essential goodies to the surface of our treats, making it easier for pets to ingest them”

With a flourishing online business and an expanding national network of independent pet stores, Huxley has launched a four strong portfolio of Vegetarian Society approved pet snacks:

  • beetroot
  • parsnip
  • sweet potato
  • carrot 

The company aims to provide healthier living pet snacks to accompany any pet’s daily diet. For more information go to www.huxleyhound.com.

About Sara Cork

Sara Cork
Sara Cork is the editor of Pet Gazette. She has nearly eight years' experience in consumer and B2B titles. Feel free to drop her a line with any stories or feature ideas.

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  1. It is great to see more organic vegetarian foods in the market, only if it is similar Prices as meat base foods.

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