Bluenanaberries are a perfect treat for fruit loving pooches.They contain Gluten/wheat free flour, blueberries, flaxseed meal,olive oil, and water. The Benefits of Blueberries This small, cute, blue fruit is a mighty vessel containing powerful antioxidants and vitamins that can benefit you and your dog. • Blueberries contain antioxidants, which may protect your pets cells against "free radicals.” This is a process your body goes through when breaking down food and can cause damage to your pet’s cells and DNA. • Blueberries can be beneficial to older dogs as studies have shown they may help with cognitive functions. • As blueberries are a good source of silicon, it is said they can help aid in the rejuvenation process to a dog’s pancreas. • Keep your pup’s heart healthy by feeding them blueberries. Studies have found dogs who eat blueberries have controlled blood sugar levels and may experience improved cardiovascular health. • The Benefits of Bananas • Potassium – This helps protect against strokes and potassium also helps keep your dog’s blood pressure under control. • Magnesium – Magnesium is calming and it also help keep blood pressures normal. • Bowel regularity – Bananas can help to keep your pet’s bowel habits regular. They contain a large amount of fiber, and ironically have beenused to correct problems with both diarrhea constipation. • Vitamin C – Bananas are high in vitamin C. • Easily digested – Bananas are easy to digest, even if your dog has a finicky stomach. Bananas are often given to human babies as their very first solid food. Flaxseed Benefits If your pup’s coat is dull and his skin is dry and itchy, he might not be getting enough omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. According to researchers at the National Center for Biotechnology Information, supplementing with ground flaxseed should bring softness and shine to his coat and alleviate the itchy skin. Antioxidant lignans support the immune system and help treat inflammation, arthritic pain and chronic inflammatory disorders. Flaxseed is high in protein and amino acids, which promote strong bones and muscle growth; both soluble and insoluble fiber to protect your pet's digestive system; and vitamin E, folic acid, riboflavin, niacin, and vitamin B6 to maintain overall health.