Paris Dog Food Company Makes Condiments

Nutritional Value of Extra Topping

People add condiments to their food to make it taste better, but your dogs have to eat plain dog kibble. No salt or pepper. No ketchup, mustard, or mayonnaise.

A Paris- based company, Yotta Pet Products, has created condiments for dog food. The all natural condiments are meant to add flavor to the plain, dry dog kibble while adding vitamins to your dog's diet.

When open a fresh bag of dog food, the essential nutrients are there... Initially. But, the longer the bag is left open, the dog kibble begins to go stale and loose the essential nutrients.

Yotta Pet Product's created Extra Topping to have Vitamins A, D, E, choline chloride, as well as Omega 3 and 6.

  • Vitamin E is an antioxidant that prevents arthritis in dogs.
  • Choline chloride increases the dog's metabolism and helps to break down the cholesterol in a dog's normal diet.
  • Omega 3 and Omega 6 both promote healthy skin and coat.

Instead of getting your dog to eat by enticing it with table scraps and increasing your dog's risk of obesity, the company claims that by adding their product to your dog's dry kibble, you will be promoting a healthy diet while getting your dog to eat his dog food.

This product is meant as a healthy alternative to table scraps and fattening sauces to get your finicky eater to eat his dog food.

Yotta Pet Products uses only natural products to make their Extra Topping pet product. They use ingredients without byproducts or added water, but are grown in the United States.

There have been other products made as additives to dry dog food, but most of these are fattening. It would be like adding a sugar- based icing to your all- natural oatmeal. Using these dog food toppings, you may be getting your dog to eat his dry kibble, but you won't be promoting a healthy diet or lifestyle for your beloved family pet.

The Yotta Pet Product's Extra Topping is meant to be a healthy additive to the dry dog food. It's meant to be a healthy topping to entice your finicky dog to eat. You will be promoting a healthy diet, which is the goal of every loving pet parent.

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Whitney05 8 years ago from Georgia Author

Helena- I agree. I couldn't find where it has been released in the US yet, but I'd love to try some for my dogs. Just as a treat or towards the end of a dog bag. I just added two links where you can purchase a bottle.


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helenathegreat 8 years ago from Manhattan

Wow, I'd never heard of or thought of this, but it sounds great! Great hub, Whitney. Thanks for sharing!

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