Billy + Margot Honey & Banana Review

IMG_3895

 

Billy + Margot Honey & Banana Review

This is not a treat we would find in our local pet store, we had to travel to Luss in Scotland which is a good 30 minute drive from where we stay. If Pets At Home sold these I think they would be a big hit, but unfortunately we need to travel to buy them which I suppose is not so bad because we can make a day of it. I just make sure I get enough before I come home.

Pixie and Roxy love these tasty biscuits, they get them regularly and enjoy all flavours. They are very easy to break so you can even give a half and they will last longer.

We will review other products from Billy + Margot soon.

Pro:

  • Use wholesome ingredients
  • They do not contain preservatives, colourants and taste enhancers
  • Wheat and dairy free
  • Made in Great Britain

Cons:

  • It would be good to have them in a store closer to home

Packaging Details:

Compositions: Oats, barley, chicken fat, honey, seaweed, linseed, cinnamon, banana, yeast extract, turmeric.

Analytic Constituents: Crude protein 10%, crude oil & fats 13%, crude fibres 3.5%, crude ash 3%, energy 380kcals/100g

Feeding Guide: Feed up to ten treats per day depending on dog size and activity. Fresh water should always be available.

Oats – Help Diabetic and obese dogs to maintain stable blood sugar levels and help reduce feelings of hunger.

Barley – Contains soluble fibres.

Banana – Fruits and vegetables are not just delicious sources of fibre, they are naturally sweet, full of complex carbohydrates and anti-oxidants.

Honey – A natural sweetener, known to boost immunity.

Linseed – Is a natural source of omega-3 fatty acids that help maintain healthy joints. They are also excellent sources of lignin.

Seaweed – Is naturally rich in a variety of minerals, vitamins and trace nutrients such as iodine.

Chicken Oil – When refined, is probably the best quality oil one could use in a dog food. It provides long term energy and essential fat soluble amino acids in the diet.

Brewer’s Yeast – Is a rich source of minerals and most B vitamins.

Cinnamon – Consumed in small quantities, cinnamon can help reduce blood sugar levels.

Turmeric – This member of the ginger family has a bright orange root that contains a yellow pigment curcumin. Curcumin has antioxidant properties.

Take a look at Billy + Margot on their website: Billy + Margot

 

 

 

Leave a Comment





eight + twenty =

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.