Thursday, February 19, 2015

Fill Your Pet's Easter Baskets with Healthy Treats

Before we know it, Easter will be here.  Many of us are already searching for the perfect toys and treats for our children, but our four-legged kids deserve a little love on this special day as well. Here is a mini gift guide that could make your dog a very happy puppy on Easter and beyond.

Bravo Crunchy Delights

These oven-baked treats are made with real duck and mixed with vegetables and quinoa. These are a crunchy biscuit-type treat that dogs of all sizes will love to munch.  Each bag is made with all-natural ingredients, so there are no hormones or preservatives. They are also made right here in the USA.

Indigo Smokehouse Strips

These tasty strips are made with 100% USA Grown Chicken. There are no by products and fresh chicken is the main ingredient. The treats come in a air-tight vacuum sealed bag to guarantee freshness.  No dog will be able to resist these fresh meat snacks. At only $2.99 a box, they are also an affordable option.

Look Who's Happy Wraps

These grain-free, gluten free treats provide a unique combination of cage free chicken and carrots. They are dry roasted and twisted into some really unique shapes. Dogs will love to chew on these yummy jerky treats. They're also a great way to get your pet a serving of veggies.

Caru Soft & Tasty Bars

While dogs of all ages will love these delicious treats, they would be especially nice for older dogs because they are soft and easy to chew.  They are made with a combination of chicken, blueberries, and cranberries, and are completely wheat and gluten free. They smell so good that when I opened the bag, I was tempted to take a bite myself. 

To learn more about all these fantastic companies and all the healthy alternatives they offer, be sure to check out their websites.


rochelle said...

I do not have a dog but if i did this would be nice

Anonymous said...

I love the idea of the duck treats! Dogs are often allergic to the protein in dog foods (not grains as people commonly think). Duck would be a great alternative for dogs who are allergic to chicken or lamb! -- Camille

Alison H said...

The soft and tasty bars look great! Usually dog treats seem to be chew bars, but these would be so much better for older dogs.