Dog treats: gifts for dogs and dog lovers

Mmm… Tasty treats are surefire hits — and perfect stocking stuffers — for the dog who has (almost) everything.

Drooling Dog Bakery

Drooling Dog Bakery
Homemade treats with all-natural ingredients and an extra dash of love, Drooling Dog’s delicacies are a healthy alternative to store-bought pet snacks that are packed with artificial flavoring and preservatives. The bakers can also accommodate custom orders for dogs with special dietary needs.

Crumps’ Naturals
100% all natural treats – no additives, no preservatives, no colors and no fillers, Crumps’ Naturals provide a heathy, wholesome treat for pets. Easy to break-down into smaller pieces to use as training lures, Crumps’ Naturals are available in a variety of flavors and textures, including: sweet potato rawhide, liver fillets, chicken morsels and beef tendersticks.

Crumps’ Naturals

Natertot Bakery

Natertot Bakery
Made from the finest, all-natural human ingredients (no artificial flavors, colors or preservatives), and packaged in 100% biodegradable gift boxes. Natertot Bakery’s muffins, cookies and treats make a tasty, healthy, eco-conscious gift for the discerning pet owner.

Ma Snax
The professional chefs at Ma Snax specialize in handcrafted, organic whole-grain treats. With choices like Gingerbread Trees, Gingyboys, stockings and trees, their seasonal holiday creations offer-up the perfect edible doggy delicious accent to your Christmas table.

Ma Snax

Kona’s Chips

Kona’s Chips
Offering products that are 100% produced, processed and packaged in the U.S.A, Kona’s Chips carry a variety of yummy snacks. There are no fillers, chicken beaks or bowels, or preserrvatives in Kona’s Chips—just pure chicken breast. From the Chicken Jerky to the Chicken Krispies, you can’t go wrong.

Salmon Paws
Made from 100% pure Alaskan Wild Salmon, Salmon Paws offers dogs (and cats) a high quality jerky treat. Known as a “superfood,” the Omega-3 found abundantly in salmon, provides pets with a variety of health benefits. You can serve the jerky in one piece or break it into smaller pieces for use as training treats.

Salmon Paws