Before you head over to claim this alleged dog food supplement, Powder 4 Paws (AKA California Carrots) be sure to check out our research.
THE CARROT ADVANTAGE
Stops dog diarrhea
Contain distilled oils to help fight worms
Support the immune system and improve health
Improve the skin and coat
Acts as an antioxidant
Give your dog richer, darker coat pigment
Easy to store, no refrigeration, no spoilage
Are convenient to carry on road trips
Contain iron and improve the metabolism of the liver and thyroid
Are rich in vitamins and minerals and fiber
Maintain gastrointestinal health and prevent disease
The carrots were grown fresh and harvested in the USA
Non-GMO (Carrots are not genetically modified)
Year-round production (always fresh & easy to get)
100% carrot fiber fully-traceable from California’s Central Valley to the finished product
Short supply chain from the field to the pet food factory for carrot powder manufacturing
Extremely low moisture content to prevent microbial growth and spoilage. This also leads to an extremely high concentrated ratio of fresh carrots to dehydrated carrots of 12 to 1
And did we mention that its grown, harvested, dried and packaged all in AMERICA!!!
Our all natural dog food supplement assists your pet with digestion and any dog diarrhea problems they may have. California Carrots is:
100% dehydrated carrots
Grown & Made in America
Excellent source of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, trace elements and pro-vitamin A carotenes
Compliments all dog food types (kibble, canned or raw)
Average cost is less than $0.10 per serving
Your dog will love it. “California Carrots” is great for all breeds. Try it today
Findings (What makes it fake?)
- This offer has been around for years and no one has ever received it!
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