There was a day when “Give me a home where the buffalo roam” did not refer to your neighbor’s housekeeping but rather to the way you both went out to hunt dinner.
And a healthy way to eat it was, not that I dream I ever would have done it.
Buffalo ate the grass of the plains and provided a highly nutritious, low calorie meal for anyone who could, well, have one for dinner.
American buffalo, wonderful protein that they are, are virtually extinct.
But your lucky pup can snack on buffalo from India. The buffalo there, a direct cousin of ours are known as water buffalo. They are as nutritious as our buffalo and live as our barnyard cows lived 200 years ago. A buffalo, much like a cow of yore is raised by a family who looks after it very carefully for when it is brought to slaughter, that is their livelihood.
Enter the American company, Honey I’m Home (more about that name shortly). They collect tracheas, ribs, ears, hooves – many parts that we humans do not eat – and turn them into incredibly nutritious and incredibly clean dog treats.
Ah, if only we humans could turn back our nutrition clock 200 years. But you can for your pup. And it’s a good thing.
That name, Honey I’m Home. Where did that come from?
Well, we all know that dogs are carnivores. Well, not really. They are actually meat-loving omnivores with an incredible sweet tooth. Hey, much like us!
So, take a spectacularly nutritious piece of meat and spray it with honey, honey that delivers anti-oxidants along with B-complex vitamins and vitamins A, C, D, E, and K.
We at Brooklyn Bark are tremendous believers in treats. Were it not for those little morsels most pups would never learn “come”, “sit”, “stay” and especially “leave it!!!”
Honey I’m Home is so new that it hasn’t come to any of our local pet stores yet but it’s certainly available on Amazon. You are online now. Why don’t you order some?