what are the ingredients in a milk bone ?
I made a big batch of food grade dog biscuits last night . They are delicious . way better tasting than milk bones . Ruff Ruff .
beef meal and beef bone meal,
beef fat (preserved with tocopherols),
dried beet pulp,
bacon fat (preserved with BHT, propyl-gallate, and citric acid), brewers dried yeast, whey,
artificial color (includes red 40, yellow 5, blue 1),
vitamins [vitamin e],
vitamin a acetate, calcium pantothenate,
vitamin b12 supplement,
d-activated animal sterol [source of vitamin d3]),
malted barley flour,
natural flavor (source of peanut butter flavor),
sodium metabisulfite (dough conditioner),
minerals (zinc sulfate, calcium carbonate, copper sulfate, ethylenediamine dihydriodide [source of iodine]),
by BlissfulWriter 7 years ago
How do you get calcium if you can not drink milk?There are some people who can not drink milk. How do they get calcium?
by badermunir2011 5 years ago
Which food is good for health specialy for bone,s ??which food is good for health specialy for bon,s ??
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