Health Extension Unveils 4 New Canned Recipes for Dogs

September 12, 2018

Health Extension Pet Care, a holistic pet food company, recently launched a super-premium collection of grain-free canned diets and is now excited to introduce the line extension of four more uniquely delicious entrées.

Canine foodies of every age and breed can enjoy these “fresh meat” recipes that are created with whole food ingredients like free range buffalo, pork, lamb and rabbit. Each recipe is enhanced with apple cider vinegar and pure coconut oil for a shiny coat along with whole food ingredients like chickpeas, carrots and flaxseed. Plus, they do not contain any wheat, corn, soy, GMO ingredients or artificial preservatives, just like the rest of the Health Extension line.

The four new captivating flavors are being introduced in easy-open, 12.5-ounce cans:

  • Montana Grill Buffalo & Whitefish Recipe
  • Carolina Skillet Pork Recipe
  • Mediterranean Roast Lamb Recipe
  • French Bistro Rabbit Recipe

Retailers interested in carrying the new line can contact their Health Extension distributor or call Health Extension 800-992-9738.

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