Plant Power

Introducing two powerful and nutritious superfoods for our canine companions – alfalfa herb and dandelion root. Packed with essential vitamins, minerals, and numerous health benefits, these ingredients are the cornerstone of wholesome nutrition in Marcy's Pet Kitchen Dog Treats.

Marcy's Pet Kitchen is recognized for its commitment to providing high-quality pet nutrition, and their incorporation of dandelion root into our crunchy dog treats. Dandelion root is believed to offer various potential benefits for canine health, including liver support, digestive aid, and anti-inflammatory properties. Dandelion Root acts as a prebiotic and probiotic and helps assist with gentle digestion.

Marcy's Pet Kitchen combines the nutritional expertise in pet food with the potential health advantages associated with dandelion root, creating a product that aims to promote overall well-being in dogs. 

We've been seen in the following:

Pet+ Magazine for top healthy treats of 2024
• SHE ROCKS AWARDS, Women in Music
Canvas Rebel Magazine
Voyage LA Magazine
"Better Thank Bacon Fat" Podcast
Shout Out LA and many more!

The Benefits of Dandelion Root for Dogs

  1. Nutrient Content: Dandelion leaves are rich in vitamins A, C, and K, as well as minerals like iron, calcium, and potassium. These nutrients contribute to overall health and well-being
    in dogs.
  2. Supports Digestive Health: Dandelion has traditionally been used to support digestive health. It contains compounds that may help stimulate digestion and improve nutrient absorption.
  3. Anti-Inflammatory Properties: Dandelion has anti-inflammatory properties that may help alleviate inflammation in the digestive tract. This can be beneficial for dogs with digestive issues.
  4. Liver Support: Dandelion has been known to support liver function. It may help the liver detoxify and eliminate waste, promoting a healthy liver in dogs.

Prebiotic and Probiotic Effects:

  1. Prebiotic Effect: Dandelion contains inulin, a type of soluble fiber known as a prebiotic. Prebiotics serve as food for beneficial bacteria in the gut, promoting the growth and activity of these bacteria. This can enhance the overall balance of the gut microbiota.
  2. Probiotic Effect: While dandelion itself is not a probiotic (live beneficial bacteria), it can create an environment in the gut that is conducive to the growth and activity of probiotics. Probiotics are live microorganisms that confer health benefits when consumed in adequate amounts. They play a crucial role in maintaining a healthy balance of gut bacteria.

How it Works:

  • Prebiotic Action: Inulin from dandelion reaches the colon undigested, where it serves as a substrate for beneficial bacteria. This promotes the growth and activity of these bacteria, which contribute to improved gut health.
  • Probiotic Support: The improved gut environment created by prebiotics supports the survival and function of probiotics. Probiotics then populate the gut with beneficial bacteria, aiding in digestion and supporting the immune system.
  • Smell yummy!!

    My Chocholate Labs absolutely gobble them up every time! I can smell the freshness of the peanut butter. Very satisfied with this product.

    - Salena, OH

  • Fur Granbabies love!

    My daughter’s dogs are my fur Granbabies! I give them only the very best! And they loved the treats!!

    - Maria, CA

  • Finally found treats for my furbaby...

    I have been scouring for treats that are sensitive on my dogs stomach , seeing she has IBS- and we found them with Marcy's Pet Kitchen!
    - Taylor, NY