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Nature's Variety SweetSpots combine yogurt and fruit flavors for a healthy frozen treat.
August 18, 2011 6:52 pm | By Zootoo Editor Flinn D.
Even the healthiest of Fidos — and their owners — can enjoy indulging in sweet treats, especially during the summer. And with SweetSpots from Nature’s Variety, you can give your dog a frozen treat on a hot day that is all-natural and contains the added health boost of yogurt.
The Nature’s Variety SweetSpots come in frozen cups, and couldn’t be simpler to serve, upended straight from the freezer into your dog’s food bowl — although your pooch may not be able to resist the flavor, and may go for it straight out of the cup! And speaking of flavor, the SweetSpots come in two options, depending on your pooch’s particular palate: Sweet Potato & Molasses and Peanut Butter & Honey (which also contains a hint of molasses).
Both of the SweetSpots formulas also contain fruit pectin and live yogurt cultures to help promote good health. And each flavor is 98% lactose free (the product does contain egg yolks), with no artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives.
With all of the frozen treats now on the market, it can be confusing to choose one that’s right for your dog to help him beat the heat during the summer months. Should you go for all-fruit, or mostly yogurt? Savory or sweet? Frozen cup or frozen ice cube?
Fortunately, with Nature’s Variety SweetSpots, your dog can have a little of everything, and still enjoy a healthful, tasty treat to while away the warm summer days.
Pros: All-natural; yogurt helps to promote good health.
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