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