All Pumpkin Everything For Your Pup
Posted on Oct 21, 2014 , 0 comments
1. Grandma Lucy’s Organic Oven Baked Pumpkin Dog Treats Each batch of Grandma Lucy’s organic dog treats are made the old fashioned way, in a bakery by real people using only the best ingredients. With no preservatives, artificial colors, flavors or sweeteners, it’s an organic treat you can feel good about giving to your pet. Plus, the treats are shaped like tiny bears! We love adorable treats!
2. Fruitables Pumpkin Mango Chewy Skinny Minis Founded by Dr. John E. Bauer, Professor of Small Animal Clinical Sciences at Texas A&M University, Fruitables has set out to make healthy yet tasty dog treats. Their Pumpkin Mango Chewy Skinny Minis are right in line with their pet health philosophy. In Central and South America, dogs will take to eating delicious ripe mangos as they drop from trees. And let’s be honest, who can resist a freshly ripened mango? Combining ripe mangos with fresh pumpkins, Fruitables has created a chewy delight that clocks in at just 3.5 calories per treat.
3. Fruitables Pumpkin Apple Crunchy Dog Treats Like the Chewy Skinny Minis, Fruitables Crunchy Baked Dog Treats is a guiltless treat for your pup. With that fresh out of the oven smell, their Pumpkin Apple treats are like a bite of fresh apple pie. Using pumpkins, apples and just a hint of cinnamon, these are a perfect fall treat for your pup.
4. Plato Pet Treats EOS Turkey and Pumpkin Dog Treats Eos is known as the goddess of the dawn in Greek mythology and certainly Plato’s Turkey and Pumpkin Dog Treats are the dawn of a new era in natural dog treats. Grain-free and packed with antioxidants and vitamins, this slow roasted treat will have your pup sitting, shaking, and rolling over for more!
5. Nummy Tum-Tum 100% Pure Organic Pumpkin It all starts with organic, matured, golden fleshed, sweet varieties of pumpkin grown in the USA by Nummy Tum-Tum approved farmers. This pumpkin puree is great as a supplement to your pup’s diet. But if you’re the DIY type, you can make your own baked pumpkin dog treats using this puree. For the recipe for making super-nutritious pet treats at home, click here.