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Tuesday, January 7, 2014

All Natural Treats from Wylie's Naturals


 Its been so cold here that we have been doing a lot of this:

The good think is its given us some extra time to catch up on our snuggling time and to try some of the new treats we got for Christmas.   On our Friday snow day after we spent some time playing in the snow (not Ping she wouldn't even get off the deck) mom opened our bag of Wylie's Naturals Pork and Pear treats and we got to be taste testers.


 Mom and Dad got these treats for us in November at the New Jersey Pet Expo.

Wylie's Naturals is made locally in my home state of New Jersey.  The ingredients for the food and treats are all bought locally and our human grade.   The dog food mixture is made up of 40% meat 30% vegetables and 30% carbohydrates and is  free of preservatives and additives.   

Wylie's naturals treats are made from meat and fruits or vegetables and the biscuit type treats are made from wheat free oat flour made by hand from plain oats.  One thing mom really appreciates about these treats, we didn't try the dog food, is that they have a nice short list of ingredients.  Our Pork and Pear treats contain only Pork and Pears with no mystery ingredients on the list.  We enjoyed the treats so much that mom couldn't even get a shot of us gobbling the treats, we were done to fast.  All she got was this picture of Tubby gazing longingly at the bag:





An important thing to remember about Wylie's is that since there are no preservatives you need to refrigerate the treats after opening the bag.  Wylie's Naturals foods and treats are available online on their website    and local pet shops in New Jersey such as the Montclair Feed and Pet Supply. 
For cats they also have a new Lola Line of cat treats  
unfortunately they were all out of cat treats when we went to the expo.  Overall we give these treats a four paw review.

13 comments:

  1. The ingredients in these are great. We don't see any of those dubious extras like red (or other color) dye, added sugars or preservatives.

    We wrote about Red dye in our food post today at slimdoggy.com in fact. It is not needed yet used far too often in dog food recipes.

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  2. Sounds great healthy treat! And I like that it's made locally!

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  3. They really do look natural, bet they are very tasty too!
    Dip and Elliot x

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  4. Those sound great. we really pay attention to ingredients now, since Greta is on a limited ingredient diet.
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Greta

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  5. Those look yummy! But because we are snowed in mom is being REAL stingy with the treats. You guys are lucky! Love Dolly

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  6. Stopping by from the blog hop!
    Those treats sound very tasty! I love the very limited ingredients. I'll have to check them out!

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  7. Nothing like a good play in the snow followed by treats. Enjoy. Have a wonderful Wednesday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  8. Oh those are yummy!

    Stop on by for a visit
    Kari
    http://dogisgodinreverse.com/

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  9. I love my dogs and treat them like they're our children… so why not make them homemade all natural dog treats?! These are so easy you'll be making your dog yummy treats in no time! See more at homemade dog treats

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