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Bad Ass Treats

By 13 September 2018July 25th, 2019Community

Dried green-lipped mussels and duck feet are irresistible – if you are a dog or a cat.
And if our furry friends could have a favourite brand, they’d love the Bad Ass Treat variety.

The Maryborough producer and supplier of the tasty treats doesn’t just do mussels and duck feet.
They supply all sorts of tasty and irresistible dehydrated products including smoked chicken, sheep’s
ears, roo ribs and shark cartilage, just to name a few.

Bad Ass treats is a dehydrated dog and cat treat business that creates the yummiest treats in town.
They have a wide range of home-made natural Australian and New Zealand dehydrated products
that make dogs and cats go crazy.

By dehydrating the treats, it makes the bones break down and fully digestible for dogs, whereas
cooked bones can splinter into shards and hurt the dog and can’t be broken down in the stomach,
causing the dog to be in pain.

One of Bad Ass Treats favourites is the New Zealand green lip mussel which has anti-inflammatory
properties that help with pet’s joint pain.  By having the raw whole ingredients there’s nothing hidden and the product hasn’t been diluted
with anything else.

The green-lipped mussels have many benefits such as supporting circulatory system function,
boosting immune system, strengthening teeth and bones, improving muscle, tissue, and organ
stimulation and keeping itchy skin conditions at bay.

One happy customer had a bad limp and eczema until trying Bad Ass Treat green-lipped mussels.
His owner didn’t realise he had improved so much since taking the green-lipped mussel each day
until they ran out and saw him go back to limping and scratching.

They now swear by this product.

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