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Milkotein dog treats a healthy, enjoyable new alternative.

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Paras Pets LLC is proud to introduce the first of a kind dog treat, Milkotein™, with the highest protein content.  Dr. Anna Coffin and her fur babies give their paw of approval on these new dog treats!

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What is Milkotein

Paras Pets LLC uses the freshest milk from local farmers.  This milk is pasteurized and coagulated into curds and then washed.  These solid masses of milk protein are then cut into 5 different sizes and dried.  Milkotein is the first of its kind dog treats with the highest protein content.  Milk + Protein = Milkotein!  In addition to a high quality, highly digestible milk protein, Milkotein is:

  • Low fatdog treats
  • Low calorie
  • No preservatives
  • No artificial colors
  • No artificial flavors
  • No binding agents
  • Soy free
  • Gluten free
  • Grain free
  • All natural:  It’s made of milk and lime juice only!

A safe treat alternative for these medical conditions:

1.  Obesity:  Unlike many other dog treats, Milkotein dog treats are a low-fat, low-calorie treat that has a high protein content.  It’s also a long-lasting treat that will keep your dog occupied for several days.

2.  Food Allergies:  This product is made only of milk and lime juice!  Most food allergies are due to grains or meat proteins so this is a great alternative to your typical treat.  In fact, treats for dogs with food allergies are few and far between.

3.  Dental disease:  Milkotein is a hard, long-lasting bar that softens with licking and chewing.  The hard texture of these dog treats helps to remove plague and tartar that builds up on your pet’s teeth.  Dr. Anna Coffin prefers these over bones because they are digestible.  (Because it is a hard bar, there is a chance of breaking or chipping a tooth.)

Because these dog treats are high in protein, Dr. Anna Coffin does not recommend giving this product to dogs with kidney disease.  However, Dr. Anna says that a high protein diet will not cause kidney disease to develop.

Dr. Anna Coffin’s reviewdog treats

I have 3 Weimaraners and a 10# terrier mix seen in this photo.  They all love to chew and it’s difficult to find something besides bones that they can’t destroy.    As you can tell from the photos, they loved Milkotein dog treats!  I got one massive and one heavy bar and they lasted for about 5 days which is pretty rare around my house.  When it got too small, I popped it in the microwave, allowed it to cool and then offered it to the dogs.  (This is my favorite feature of this product.) 

Dr. Anna Coffin recommends this great product.  Not only will it provide hours of entertainment for your dog but it’s a great alternative treat for several medical conditions.  Try it out now!  Milkotein online store

This post is sponsored by Paras Pets LLC. Dr. Anna is being compensated for helping spread the word about the Milkotein dog treats product, but Dr. Anna only shares information she feels is relevant to our readers. Paras Pets LLC is not responsible for the content of this article.

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Dr. Anna was born and raised in Guthrie, Oklahoma. As a teenager, Dr. Anna found her beloved pet dead on the side of the road left to die without any help. That was the moment she decided to become a vet and vowed to help other people and their pets. After a few years of practicing in New Hampshire, Dr. Anna became homesick and decided to return to Guthrie to be with her parents and five other siblings. Family and friends are a major part of our lives which is why we treat our clients at Guthrie Pet Hospital as family.  Dr. Anna and her husband do not have children but are very proud pet parents and therefore, treat every four legged friend as part of the family.

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