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Turkey has always been an American favorite for Thanksgiving, but there’s good reason to feed turkey as part of your pet’s regular diet year round.

Turkey is a lean, white meat that is relatively high in protein and low in fat. This makes turkey a great choice for dogs or cats who may need to cut back a little on their waistlines.  Turkey also is low on the glycemic index scale, which means that it helps regulate your pet’s blood sugar more evenly.  

Turkey is a great alternative to chicken for dogs and cats with chicken allergies. See how great turkey is!  And guess what?   We make a wonderful canned food for both dogs and cats using turkey, Turkey with Cranberries and Apples!  We want to make sure your pet gets to share in the turkey love this Thanks giving. Consider adding turkey to your pet’s rotation diet and let them enjoy the benefits of turkey year round!

Turkey with Cranberries & Apples Entrée

 

 

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