Rachael Meyer, Founder of Botanical Bones

This week, we welcome Botanical Bones to the podcast!

Botanical Bones is a superfood dog treat business inspired by Rachael’s pup Carnaby, who she rescued at the beginning of the pandemic. She wanted to make sure Carnaby was getting the best nutrition possible, so she started making treats with clean, superfood ingredients and adaptogens (like Reishi and Ashwagandha).

Soon, Rachael found that not only did Carnaby love them, but they were also helping with his digestion and mood. Eventually, she started sharing them with the neighborhood dogs and not long after set up a booth at a pop-up market.

Rachel was onto something!

Today, Bontanical Bones has beautiful packaging, all human-grade ingredients like chickpeas, peanut butter, pumpkin, and hemp seeds, and a growing business Making It In Asheville is excited to highlight.

Check out this episode with Rachel Meyer on Youtube or wherever you like to consume podcasts.

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