Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Tuesday Already?

Mom took Sophie to the pet store to help her pick out some treats for us!  Woof!

They did something they don't do often: buy a brand they've never heard of.  /sound doomsday effects/

Get in ma belly, Raw Naturals!

Raw Naturals are made by Gimborn, which makes some other pretty popular freeze dried treats, but Mom didn't know that when she bought these....  She was sold on those purdy vegetables and nice blurbs about the qualities of the foods.  Good job, Marketers!

Here's the general description:
"Pro Treat Raw Naturals combines the goodness of whole meats, vegetables and fruits into a healthy, all natural treat that dogs are certain to love. Only the best ingredients are used at the peak of freshness. These treats do not contain any fillers or artficial ingredients. All ingredients are carefully selected, blended and freeze dried to perfection. Some ingredients include Real Beef with Berries and Flaxseed plus other fresh fruits and vegetables such as broccoli, salmon oil, blueberries, ginger and parsley. Made in the USA."

Here are some of the blurbs on the package (they picked the "Real Turkey with Berries & Flaxseed flavor):
All Natural Treats with Added Vitamins & Minerals
Real Turkey
Blueberries & Cranberries for Antioxidant Protection
Flaxseed for Healthy Heart, Skin, and Coat
Grain Free
No Artificial Preservatives
Wheat, Corn & Soy Free
No Added Sugar
No Wheat Gluten

Guaranteed Analysis: Crude Protein 40% min, Crude Fat 20% min, Crude Fiber 5% max, and Moisture 5% max.

Ingredients: Turkey, turkey hearts, turkey liver, romaine lettuce, watermelon, apples, carrots, egg, flaxseed, salmon oil, apple cider vinegar, blueberries, cranberries, inulin, dried kelp meal, potassium chloride, sodium chloride, dried ginger, dried parsley, dried garlic, zinc proteinate, iron proteinate, copper proteinate, manganese proteinate, mixed tocopherols (as preservative), rosemary extract, Vitamin E supplement, Vitamin D3 supplement.

Aaaaaaand, it's made in the US!

Not bad, I think.

Oh, how do they taste?  Well... one word:


Okay, to be honest, we aren't picky, and we do generally love novel treats.  But I don't think the tastiness will wear off anytime soon!  Mom likes that they aren't overwhelmingly smelly, but we think they smell great!

Have Nomsful Tasty Tuesday!


  1. After reading this review I know Kirby would love em!

  2. Those sound delish! We might just have to go look for some...

  3. Champ, those treats do sound YUM! Those are great ingredients. I'm going to need to get my mom to buy some for me.

  4. I've never seen those in our local stores. I'll have to look around. Are they easy to break up?

    1. I can break them into about three pieces but they get too crumbly any smaller.

  5. Do they smell good? I love berries in treats because they add a nice fragrance that entices the dogs too! Sometimes good smelling training treats are more important than good tasting treats!

  6. That sure was a tasty Tuesday. Have a wonderful Wednesday.
    Best wishes Molly.

  7. Definitely going to check these out. Great review!