In our line of work, over the last 17 years we’ve discovered that it’s always best to have some treat based bribery close to hand. Whether for photoshoots or filming, or just to keep our office dogs happy, it’s an essential part of life.
If your office is about to become pet friendly (and it really should), then trust us – treats are the way forward. Many a bin (or fridge) raiding incident can be avoided and you’ll get a cuddle in return. It’s a win win.
Over the last few years we have shared new product launches from one of our favourite natural dog treat manufacturers, Pet Munchies, and as winners of our Best New Dog Treat award in both 2016 and 2017, here’s what we think you should know about them.
Who are Pet Munchies?
Based in the UK, Pet Munchies are made with 100% natural, premium human grade real meat or fish.
Hand baked to keep the natural goodness sealed in, the majority are low in fat and many a great selection of grain and gluten free varieties.
Over the years we have seen their range grow from core flavours, including chicken, venison, beef liver and duck, to salmon treats and a range ideal for dog training.
Most recently, they released two new flavours: Beef Liver Crunch and Chicken & Sweet Potato (a particular favourite of K9 Magazine’s dogs – even the fussy one) and relaunched their training treats in a new bigger pack size.
They tell us across their range, their treats are made with pure meat.
No artificial colours or flavours go into the baking process, saying, “We retain this concept throughout our process, trimming to size, traying and slowly roasting the meats in their own juices for a long period of time. This retains all its natural nutritional value. The dehydrating in our state-of-the-art driers ensures a shelf life of 18 months.”
The reason for this is simple.
“Dogs are animals with a particularly well-developed sense of smell. They find natural snacks delicious delicacies stimulating their smell, cleaning their teeth, providing protection for their gums and strengthening their jaw muscles.”
The all- important question – how much do they cost?
This depends on which type of treats take your fancy, but they retail competitively from around £1-3.