Not my usual foodie treat, this one is for our four legged friends. A no added salt, no wheat, no corn, no added sugar, no meat meal, no soy and no artificial colours or flavours from The Dog Treat Company. Phew…that’s a lot of no’s but all for the best dog treats ever.
Our little dog Reggie is a little, errr… aloof and more than a little picky about his treats which he can more often take or leave but as I was trying to photograph the festive version of The Dog Treat Company treats (after all every creature great and small deserves a Christmas pressie) he snaffled them all up! I take it he liked them.
Bark The Herald treats from The Dog Treat Company…
The Dog Treat Company have Bark The Herald Christmas treats out at the moment in either a pouch or a tin, the tin especially makes a special present.
The Christmas treats consist of free-range chicken liver mixed with all the essential Christmas trimmings, including cinnamon, a light sprinkling of sage, a colourful smattering of cranberries and a splash of coconut oil.
Founder of The Dog Treat Company, Joe Halliwell, We wanted to create a signature treat with strong ties to this most popular of family get-togethers, but based our recipe on ingredients with beneficial properties rather than seasonal sentiment. Cranberries support the bladder and boost the immune system, cinnamon is a well-respected anti-inflammatory whilst sage supports your dog’s digestion. Coconut may not be a ‘Christmas classic’ but what dog wouldn’t want its coat looking resplendent when greeting friends and family over the festive period.’
If you don’t think my dog is cute how could you resist treating this one..
The Dog Treat Conpany’s Christmas Special treats cost £2.49 for the pouch and £5.99 for the tin and are available at Fetch, Ocado, Pet’s Corner, Orvis and other independent stores.
Disclosure: We received some Bark The Herald treats but all words and opinions are mine and Reggie’s own!