You may have spotted the barkuterie board trend on TikTok over the last few months - and you might have even given it a go yourself - but now, you can actually buy a beautifully designed board specifically for dogs!
The ULTRA Barkturie Board (with ‘barkuterie’ being a play on words with ‘charcuterie’) takes inspiration from NUTRO ULTRA dry dog food, which has a designated space in the centre of the board.
With the help of this new board, owners can segment lots of different types of foods for the dogs to enjoy, ensuring that they receive all of the necessary nutrients, vitamins and protein from their food.
From fruits such as strawberries, blueberries, and bite-sized chunks of banana, to veggies including carrots and zucchini, as well as a spoonful of plain yogurt, there’s lots of things you could put on there to treat your pooch.
To make the treats last even longer or if it’s being enjoyed on a hot day, consider freezing some of the foods to provide your pet with a cooling, new texture.
Actress Haylie Duff - along with her two four-legged friends, Chicken and Birdie - has partnered with the brand to offer a unique, one-of-a-kind experience to win a virtual Barkuterie “eat-and-greet” along with their very own ULTRA Barkuterie Board.Best dog treats: Reward your pooch with these tasty snacks
“I’m excited to partner with the NUTRO ULTRA brand and I know Birdie and Chicken are thrilled, too”, explained Duff. ‘They have loved their ULTRA Barkuteria Board and I feel good knowing they’re enjoying an assortment of premium, dog-friendly superfoods”.
As with introducing any new food, it’s best to consult your veterinary practice first to ensure that it is safe for your particular canine.You can also find out more about choosing healthy dog treats for your pooch with our expert guides, including our specific dietary articles on what fruit and vegetables dogs can eat alongside preparation advice below.Can dogs eat bananas? Find out if this fruit's for themWhat human food can dogs eat? What you need to know about feeding your dog safelyCan dogs eat blueberries? Get the lowdown on this superfood for your poochChloe Petrylak
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