Free Bag of Spike Jerky Treats with purchase of 25lb LID Petcurean Dog Foods
For a limited time, Barks and Recreation is offering a free bag of Canadian-made, Spike Jerky Treats (a $14.99 value) with a purchase of any 25lb bag of Limited Ingredient Diet Petcurean Dog Foods. Petcurean offers three great flavours of LID foods currently; LID Duck, LID Salmon, and LID Venison. With a 25lb bag purchase you will be able to choose from Venison Jerky, Turkey Jerky, Catfish Jerky, or Duck Jerky. Come in to the store for more information.
Offer available until May 31st, 2016
The Lowdown on Limited Ingredient Diets
Food sensitivities in cats and dogs are on the rise, so we’re offering you, the pet industry experts, up-to-date nutritional information and solutions-based food options to help you help your customers choose the right food for their pets. Our new GO! SENSITIVITY + SHINE™ Limited Ingredient Diet (LID) recipes are a great option for pet parents looking to cut out common kibble components that don’t sit well with their pet. Each made with a premium-quality, single-source protein including salmon, duck and venison, these recipes feature:
- Zero grains, gluten or potatoes
- Antioxidants to support immunity
- Omega oils for healthy skin and coat
- Zero by-product meals, added growth hormones or artificial preservatives
- Zero wheat, beef, chicken, corn or soy
Tastes better than biting the hand that feeds you
SPIKE™ treats have been known to induce lip quivering, bum shaking, uncontrollable drooling, tail-chasing and other unpredictable, unexpected and endearing behaviours such as high-fiving, belly-baring, paw swipes, head-bops, and assorted yipping and yelping due to their unusually high content of premium quality meat proteins, anti-oxidants and “superfoods” like chia, pomegranate and kale, all lovingly prepared by your friends at Petcurean, who promise you that SPIKE™ contains only all natural ingredients, with zero by-products, added growth hormones, artificial preservatives, flavours or colours. Whew. Who wants a treat?