At Bell Rock Growers, we believe wholeheartedly in the Power of Greens – for people and their pets. We understand your pet is an important part of the family, and we’re dedicated to providing the finest live grasses, catnip and treats available today.
Our family owned and operated farm started as a certified organic grower of wheat grass for pets. Then we added live catnip plants (a special request from the cool-cat contingent) and since we all like a bit of variety, we formulated a perfect blend of oat, rye and barley grasses. Everything we grow at Bell Rock starts with top quality seed, carefully germinated and cultivated in custom-blended soil to enhance nutrients and taste. Energized with fresh water and the powerful rays of the sun, our seeds sprout into some of the finest sources of antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, natural fiber and other nutrients for your pets.
Pet Greens® healthful and life-enriching products include certified organic cat grass (wheat grass and blended cereal grasses), cat and dog treats with healthy greens, live catnip, and certified organic wheat grass and cereal grass self-grow kits.
From our family to yours, we hope our Pet Greens products inspire you and your pets to enjoy the powerful benefits of healthy greens for years to come.
All the Pets in the House Deserve the Health Benefits of Greens in Their Diets: Vitamins :: Minerals :: Fiber
Have you ever wondered why your cat can’t resist nibbling on your favorite houseplants? Or why your dog tugs at the leash to chomp on a mouthful of lawn grass? While this quirky behavior may surprise some pet owners, experts on nutrition and pet care suggest that pets are instinctively attracted to chlorophyll-rich plants. If your dog or cat is an indoor/outdoor pet, limiting exposure to potentially harmful greenery may be a challenge, but you can help divert their attention and provide superior life-enrichment by giving them their own personal supply of luscious greens.
For 20 years, we have been stocking local pet store shelves with live, ready-to-use containers of fresh certified organic wheat grass (a.k.a. cat grass). And actually, it’s not “grass” at all – at least not the kind that grows on your lawn. They are the sprouts of a cereal grass seed: we grow wheat, oat, rye, and barley sprouts, which contain no gluten.