At 13, Zack was a very healthy dog, but the joints in his hind legs had started creaking and popping when he’d stand up, and we were nervous that old age was about to overtake him. Two months after being on Shinto’s food the creaking and popping were gone... -Kalara Schuster
We met Lindsey and talked for quite awhile. She gave us a container of food to take home and try with Maggie. Maggie loved it. Since then she's been a Shinto's doggie, and for more than a year now, her blood work has shown no signs of pancreatitis! We are amazed and grateful. -Annie & Jim
I’ve tried a wide range of different foods over the years, and discovered that the single best option for my adult Abyssinians is to feed a raw diet – to which I add the exceptional supplements from Shinto’s Pet Food that insure they receive all the nutrition they need.... -Susan Kidder
Bones: There is only one great way to clean your dog's teeth, that's to give a dog a bone!! But, making sure you have the right size bone will save you tons of time and really get those teeth shiny, clean and without the risk of dental fractures. All of our bones are dehydrated and left with tons of healthy marrow inside. Choose from two sizes.
-Give your critter no more than 2 to 4 treats per day.
-Always feed treats in moderation.
-Use alongside Shinto’s Pet Food for a complete and balanced meal.
-Make sure your critters get plenty of exercise and purified water.
*REFRIGERATE AFTER OPENING FOR BEST FRESHNESS.