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Wag More Bark Less Introduces Line of Soft-Textured Meatball Treats




(PRESS RELEASE) ST. LOUIS, MO – Cloud Star Wag More Bark Less, a leader in the pet industry for their wholesome variety of indulgent and nutritious treats, announces a brand-new extension to their best-selling treat collection, introducing Wag More Bark Less Meatballs! 

 Wag More Bark Less Meatballs are a soft-textured treat designed with nutrition as the top priority. With real meat listed as the first ingredient, Wag More Bark Less Meatballs offer a high protein treat, carefully balanced with nutrient-rich vegetable bits visible in every bite. The home-style quality of the Meatballs is what will keep Fido coming back for more after just one! The soft-texture of the Meatball treats are great for portioning for dogs in every life stage. 

Wag More Bark Less Meatball treats are available in three delicious flavor combinations: Chicken and Sweet Potato Recipe, Beef and Carrots Recipe, and Lamb and Spinach Recipe. Each unique recipe offers your family dog a high protein snack while still providing the essential vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants from fresh sweet potato, carrots and spinach pieces visible in every Meatball. 

Wag More Bark Less Meatball treats are manufactured in the USA and produced using only USA-sourced Chicken and Beef and imported Lamb, and are free of grains, gluten, corn, soy, animal by-products and artificial colors and flavors. Baked in small batches, each Meatball treat maintains visual inclusion of its ingredients and ultimate freshness from production to your home. 


Wag More Bark Less Meatball treats are available in a 14-ounce resealable pouch and retail for $15.99 MSRP. 

For more information on the Cloud Star brand, Wag More Back Less, or the new Meatball treats, please visit 

If you are a member of the media and would like more information, high-resolution images or to request a product sample, please contact Kerry Sutherland, K. Sutherland PR, or (775) 360-6101. 




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