What do Grains and Gluten mean?

Gluten is a protein that is found mostly in wheat but is also present in other cereal grains, including rye, barley, oats and buckwheat. Grains that do not contain Gluten are rice, amaranth, millet, corn and quinoa.

Most dogs can tolerate wheat and other grains quite well. However, some dogs – like humans – can be gluten intolerance or sensitive.

Grain free will ALWAYS be gluten free while gluten free may or may not contain grain as an ingredient.

Grain-related issues

Dogs have relatively little natural digestive support for breaking down and digesting complex carbohydrates and cereal grains. Such grains may remain undigested in their systems and over time, dogs may start experiencing a few symptoms such as :

  • Intermittent or persistent diarrhoea
  • Weight loss
  • Poor and rough hair coat
  • Itchy skin and ear infections
  • Weak body condition

Why go Grain-Free?

What Happi Doggy aims to provide for pawparents is the peace of mind when they give treats to their doggos.

By going Grain free, even the most sensitive dogs can freely enjoy our dental chews! 

Without any grains, you can be sure that frivolous ingredients are cut out from our dental chews!

In the absence of inexpensive fillers like corn, wheat or barley as main ingredients, it allows us to include more fruits, prebiotics, herb and oil in our dental chews, to give the best nourishment for your dogs.

Our Happi Doggy
DOES NOT contain:

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