Doniphan, MO (PRWEB) September 16, 2004
For veterinarian Dr. Patricia Whisnant, dog food isn't a commodityÂ it's a calling. An experienced professional who has made a career of being a "friend" to animals, Dr. Whisnant has seen for herself the value of feeding dog treats made with USDA pasture-raised beef that is safe for human consumption.
Unlike meat from rendering plants, the beef in American Dog Treats has no growth hormones and no antibiotics. "We work with local Ozark ranchers who raise their cattle humanely in grass pastures with no feedlots and no steroids," says Whisnant. "Our heartsÂ desire is to help these honest, dedicated ranchers find a market for their beef so they can continue to live and work their family businesses on the land they love."
While helping ranchers, Whisnant is also helping dogs. "American Dog Treats have no harmful artificial ingredients of any kind," she says. ÂOur treats are free of salt, chemical dyes, preservatives and rancid fats that could undermine health and vitality."
For years, WhisnantÂs family has made dehydrated dog treats from 100% steak or liver for their pets. "When we recently acquired an old-fashioned hickory smokehouse," says Whisnant, "we decided to share our family recipe of healthy, natural USDA smokehouse dog treats with our friends and customers.Â
ÂAmericanDogTreats.com gives city folks the luxury of connecting with trusted ranchers from the convenience of their homes," says Whisnant. "The beef we use is far superior to typical commercial dog food meat and even better than typical supermarket beef."
AmericanDogTreats.com , also offers a raw dog food line. Dr. Whisnant assures customers that their beef is safe for the whole familyÂs consumption, including their pets. "You donÂt see claims like that on standard dog food packages," she says with pride.
Pet owners are invited to browse AmericanDogTreats.com for pet-friendly and health-oriented products. For tail-wagging goodness and flavor that makes any dog go "bow-wow-WOW," American Dog Treats are definitely the "pick of the litter!"
For more information and interviews contact:
Dr. Patricia Whisnant
Veterinarian and Rancher
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