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Best Dog Treats 2023

What are the Best Dog Treats on the Market?

All dogs deserve (and love) treats.

They’re a wonderful way to reward good behavior and extremely helpful when it comes to training.

This is why we want to share The Dog Food Advisor’s favorite dog treats. Each month we’ll be adding a selection we think your dog will love.

Are Dog Treats Healthy?

Now, we don’t look at dog treats in the same way we look at dog food. There are several reasons why.

For one, dog treats aren’t regulated in the same way dog food is, so we can’t analyze them against official guidelines.

Also, treats are not dog food — they’re additional to and not part of a complete diet.

And finally, treats are treats! Sometimes you treat kids with carrots, sometimes with candy. It’s the same with dogs. Some treats can be a little naughty… in small doses.

That said, we’ve done our best to select treats that don’t include any nasties.

We sincerely hope your pooch will be rolling over (and sitting and begging and shaking hands) with joy when they taste them.

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The Best Dog Treats
March 2023

Fruitables Pumpkin & Blueberry Flavor

These baked treats contain nutritious superfoods and no artificial colors or flavors. The recipe is made with zero wheat, corn, or soy and each treat is under eight calories.

Fruitables Pumpkin & Blueberry Flavor

Lord Jameson Confetti Cake

Include your pooch in the celebrations with Confetti Cake treats. Made with 100% organic and vegan ingredients including spinach, coconut, turmeric, and peanut butter. They’re also certified gluten-free.

Lord Jameson Confetti Cake

V-Dog Wiggle Biscuits – Blueberry

V-Dog has crafted these plant-based dog treats using organic ingredients. Made in the USA, the blueberry treats are ideal for dogs with sensitivities thanks to the nutritionally dense buckwheat flour.

V-Dog Wiggle Biscuits - Blueberry

Einstein Pets Luau Time Cleverly Crafted Dog Treats

Luau Time treats might contain exotic ingredients such as pineapple but the recipe is actually sourced and made in the USA. You won’t find any artificial nasties either — just low-calorie, oven-baked goodness with extra fiber and Omega 3.

Einstein Pets Luau Time Cleverly Crafted Dog Treats

Merrick Power Bites

The number one ingredient in these natural treats is real, deboned beef. They’re grain-free, high in protein and the omega fatty acids are great for promoting skin and coat health.

Merrick Power Bites

The Best Dog Treats
February 2023

Jinx Chicken Jerky Bites

These flavorsome chunks of slow-cooked chicken are the perfect reward for your pooch. They’re high in protein and low in calories but still super tasty!

Jinx Chicken Jerky Bites Dog Treats

Ollie Beef & Sweet Potato Jerky Strips

Jerky isn’t just for humans, although these yummy treats are actually human-grade. With just two simple ingredients and no nasties, they’re the perfect reward for your best friend.

Ollie Beef & Sweet Potato Jerky Strips Dog Treats

Spot Farms Turkey Meatball Recipe with Cranberries Dog Treats

We bet you can’t spot any fillers, artificial flavors, preservatives, or colors in these healthy snacks. Spot Farms use antibiotic-free turkey for this holistic recipe which uses ingredients sourced from Indiana.

Spot Farms Turkey Meatball Recipe with Cranberries Dog Treats

Bubba Rose Biscuit Co. I Heart Cheese Dog Treats

Bubba Gump loved shrimp, but Bubba Rose know that dogs love cheese! These organic, vegetarian treats are made with two types of the good stuff — parmesan and cheddar — without any of the bad stuff.

Bubba Rose Biscuit Co. I Heart Cheese Dog Treats

Remy’s Kitchen Salmon + Cranberry Blend Superfood Snacks Freeze-Dried Dog Treats

Your furry friend deserves the very best so Remy’s Kitchen has packed these treats with essential nutrients and antioxidants such as omega-3 fatty acids. They’re also free of grain and gluten.

Remy’s Kitchen Salmon + Cranberry Blend Superfood Snacks Freeze-Dried Dog Treats

A Final Word

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