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Charlee Bear Debuts New Beary Tasty Flavors

P.B. & Banana and Beef & Cheese are the newest additions.




(PRESS RELEASE) ST. FRANCIS, WI – Charlee Bear, a family-owned company that has been providing healthy, natural rewards and training treats for over 30 years, introduces fun, new flavors to its Grain Free Crunch line.

P.B. & Banana and Beef & Cheese are the newest additions, bumping the lineup from three to five delectable options for pet parents to choose from. Crafted with protein, plus antioxidant-rich fruit or veggies, the Grain Free Crunch line is loaded with flavor and provides a light crunch that dogs simply love.

“The Charlee Bear team has been hard at work developing these new recipes that are both unique and low-calorie,” commented Rob Cadenhead, general manager, Gott Pet Products, parent company of Charlee Bear. “These flavors make a nice addition to our family of great-tasting snacks that pet parents can feel good about feeding their dog.”

Charlee Bear’s Grain Free Crunch are all natural, low-calorie snacks that are just the right size for treating or training. Pet parents love that they’re Pocket Perfect, meaning they can be kept in pockets without crumbling, leaving smells or staining.

All Charlee Bear treats are made in the USA and do not contain any wheat, soy, corn, artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. To learn more, please visit

About Gott Pet Products, LLC

As a family-owned company, Gott Pet Products is committed to supporting a healthy lifestyle and ensuring that pets thrive. Their Charlee Bear Original Crunch and Grain Free Crunch dog treats are Pocket Perfect low calorie training treats that won’t make a mess in an owner’s pocket. Bearnola Bites and Meaty Bites are the latest additions to join the line of Beary Tasty Treats. Also included in their portfolio are Hound & Gatos natural diets for cats and dogs, which contain real meat and are available in more than 20 canned recipes to please all palates.




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