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5 New Dog Treats Double As Reward, Healthy Snack

With the growth of pet food specialization, there are plenty of new releases to choose from.

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PET PARENTS LOVE to treat their fur babies, and it’s a double win when the reward is a healthy snack. With the growth of pet food specialization, there are plenty of new releases to choose from: granola-esque crunchy bites, flavorful freeze-dried and more organic options.

Bearnola Bites
Charlee Bear

KEY FEATURES: Real oats, honey and vanilla. Made without soy, corn, artificial flavors or preservatives. Crunchy clusters available in four flavors: Blueberry Pie, Cranberry Cobbler, P.B. & Honey, and Pumpkin Spice. 8-ounce pouches.
charleebear.com, (800) 880-2327

$7.99

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Dehydrated Cod Skins Treat
Open Farm

KEY FEATURES: Wild-caught Pacific cod skins that meet strict sustainable fishing standards. Lightly cooked and dehydrated at low temperatures for optimum taste. No glycerine, grain or gluten. 2.25-ounce bags.
openfarmpet.com, (833) 399-3403

$10.99

Simply Treats
The Simple Food Project

KEY FEATURES: Single ingredient freeze-dried raw. No corn, soy, wheat, fillers or meals. Available in lamb, chicken, turkey, duck, wild-caught whitefish, bison liver, beef liver, chicken heart, wild-caught trout.
simplefoodproject.com, (800) 451-5267

$9.99

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Pet Botanics Organic Training Rewards
Cardinal Pet Care

KEY FEATURES: Training treats in a certified organic variety. Made with organic beef or chicken, along with organic fruits, vegetables and grains. Two sizes: mini and regular. In 4- and 16-ounce bags.
petbotanics.com, (800) 433-7387

$6.79/$17.89

Zignature Ziggy Bars
Pets Global

KEY FEATURES: Available in all 13 Zignature recipes, packed with the same high-quality nutrients. For dogs of all sizes, the bars can be broken down into smaller, bite-size morsels for training or a quick treat.
zignature.com, (888) 897-7207

$7.99-$9.99

After 15 years working for newspapers across the US (and even Alaska), Melissa Hart is now freelancing, working for a variety of publications and trade organizations. She specializes in content for the small nonprofit and business owner, in fields such as pets, IT, grocery and other retail. Melissa is based in Upstate NY with her husband, twin daughters, two rescue dogs and rescue cat.

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