Our Favourite Dog Treats From BlogPaws

Delicious Dog Treats From Blog Paws

I was very limited in what I could take back to Canada but did manage to have Kilo taste test the following best dog treats from our swag bag:

Cloud Star  Wag More Bark Less Soft Bakes

FullSizeRender[1] These tasty wholesome treats look and smell so good, Renee (the trainer) and I wanted to eat them too. They are baked with all natural Peanut Butter and Honey.  Free of corn, soy, artificial flavors and colors.

Kilo with wag more bark less bag

What’s In them? Ingredients

  • Whole wheat flour
  • Honey
  • Expeller pressed Canola Oil
  • Rolled Oats
  • Peanut Butter
  • Sodium Bicarbonate(baking soda)
  • Natural Vanilla
  • Mixed Tocopherols(natural preservative)

Calorie Count

3,670 kcal/kg or 44.00 kcal/treat which seems a little high. Unfortunately, Kilo will be limited as pugs have to watch their calories.

Kilo’s Seal Of Approval

They were like crack for Kilo. He could barely contain himself. He nearly ran off with a whole one the first time I brought them out. He practiced “wait” but it was torture. I had to break them up into little pieces. Love the packaging too.

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pawTree

Kilo with pawtree bag

Kilo really loved the sample of 2 pawTree treats. I broke them up and used them for training.

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The pawTree pawTreats have superior quality nutrition and follow the pawTree promise which I like:

pawtree promis

What’s In Them?  Ingredients

I really liked the fact that pawTreats are freeze-dried, grain-free, high protein treats made in the U.S.A. with very limited healthy ingredients!

  • Chicken
  • Apples
  • Spinach

Calorie Count

4,036 kcal/kg    8 kcal/treat*  This seemed really good for the yummy value Kilo got.

*based on an average treat size of 2 grams

Kilo’s Seal Of Approval

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Dr Harvey’s Coconut Smiles

An Organic Treat Worth Smiling About

Dr Harveys coconut smiles treats

Dr. Harvey’s Coconut Smiles are a healthy and delicious treat made with just one ingredient – 100% organic dehydrated coconut. Coconut is regarded as a ‘superfood’ because of its countless health benefits. Fun and So Nutritious.

Coconut Smiles are chock-full of powerful nutrients and rich in fiber to support digestion. Their coconut is sourced directly from farmers, cultivated sustainably and in accordance with fair trade practices.

Kilo absolutely loved these chewy treats and I did too. He finished the sample bag over a few days when I first arrived back, before I was ready to get a photo and review. I’ll be looking for more.

I also loved the Book of Miracles I picked up at the booth- Real Stories from Real Customers. I loved the look of lots of their products.

What are you doing to help your dog’s dental care?

Greenies Treat bag

Bad breath or “Dog Breath” is caused by bacteria in your dog’s mouth. When plaque, tartar and bacteria build-up in your dog’s mouth it can lead to periodontal disease. Plaque is soft and can be brushed away. However, if you leave it untouched layers of plaque can accumulate creating dental tartar. Tartar forms a hard deposit on teeth that further traps bacteria in and under the gumline. Complete oral care is important for your dog’s overall health and can add years to their lifespan.

Any dog owners who have tried brushing their dog’s teeth know it can be a challenge!  Greenies Dental Treats and Chews provide teeth cleaning and total oral care for pets without the fight. They are the #1 vet-recommended dental chews and treats and were the first treat to receive the VETERINARY ORAL HEALTH COUNCIL Seal of Acceptance for control of plaque and tartar buildup.

What’s In Them? Ingredients

Greenies are enriched with essential vitamins and minerals and are low fat, which makes them safe for daily use, although I do not give them to Kilo daily. They are formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for adult dog maintenance. There are more ingredients than I like, and I am not sure about “fruit juice color” and “turmeric color”, but the rest seem fine.

Choose the Right Variety and Size for Your Dog. Kilo gets Petite for dogs 15-25 lbs

  • Wheat flour, Wheat protein isolate
  • Glycerin, Gelatin
  • Oat fiber, Water
  • Lecithin, Natural poultry flavor
  • Minerals (dicalcium phosphate, calcium carbonate, potassium chloride, magnesium amino acid chelate, zinc amino acid chelate, iron amino acid chelate, copper amino acid chelate, manganese amino acid chelate, potassium iodide)
  • Choline chloride
  • Dried apple pomace, Fruit juice color
  • Vitamins ( dl-alpha tocopherol acetate [source of vitamin E], vitamin B12 supplement, d-calcium pantothenate [vitamin B5]
  • Niacin supplement, Vitamin A supplement
  • Riboflavin supplement [vitamin B2]
  • Vitamin D3 supplement, Biotin
  • Pyridoxine hydrochloride [vitamin B6], Thiamine mononitrate [vitamin B1]
  • Folic acid, Turmeric color
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Calorie Count

3,069 kcal/kg; 59 kcal/treat ME (calculated)- That is quite high for Kilo so I reduce the meal calories for each Greenie fed.

Kilo’s Seal Of Approval

Kilo the pug with greenies treat in mouth

Kilo seems to love the taste, smell and texture of Greenies and they are a good size for him. He took the chew right away and didn’t let go! Of course, you need to supervise your dog with any chew. I like the resealable package I got too.

dog for dog treat bag

DOG for DOG is an all natural dog food and treat company with a mission to help dogs in need. For every product they sell, an equal product is donated to a dog in need. They also have an online community committed to enhancing the life of man’s best friend via proper nutrition. We got a sample of Salmon kibble but I have been using it as treats. The pieces are a good size for Kilo’s treat ball and for multiple rewards when training.

What’s In It? Ingredients

The DOGSFOOD™ is an all natural kibble free of corn, wheat and soy that is made in the USA.

  • Probiotics
  • Amino acids
  • Fruits
  • Veggies
  • Salmon

Kilo’s Seal Of Approval

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Kilo loved them and performed lots of tricks for treats.

Watch an interview with Rocky Kanaka, the founder of from DOG for DOG

Sorry if we missed any treats at BlogPaws, but we had flight issues and arrived late Thursday night so our time at booths was a little rushed. We also had limitations taking any samples back containing meat or not fully sealed. We heard the Merrick Treats were delicious too, so we’ll try them here in Canada.

We are joining Sugar’s Tasty Tuesday Blog Hop.

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4 Comments

  • Ruby loved the PawTree and Dog for Dog treats. The other two were a little tough on her teeth. She tends to like softer treats. We also have some of Dr. Harvey’s sweet potato treats which we haven’t tried yet.

  • Kilo ended up with quite a feast! We are still working through our BlogPaws swag, but one thing the boys really love is Dr. Harvey’s Coconut Smiles!

  • So sad they confiscated some of your swag! But it looks like you got a pretty good selection home to Kilo.

  • I am so glad we met at BlogPaws and hope to see you in Arizona!