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Sustainable Dog Treats products have an average rating of 4.8 / 5.0 from 12 reviews
Sustainable dog treats
Dog owners are looking for more sustainable dog treats as awareness increases surrounding sustainable fishing, ethical farming and welfare practices. As animal lovers, it is understandable that these values are important when selecting dog treats.
Pet Circle stocks a number of sustainable dog treats that are sourced and formulated in line with ethical animal welfare practices like free-range, grass-fed, antibiotic and hormone free.
Best sustainable dog treats based on our customer reviews
I had these sitting on my desk the other day, my dog knows they're there and he just sits by my chair, waiting so patiently for one. - INGRID
|TBH Dog Treats Hemp with Quinoa & Carrot||
Bought twin pack to try if my dogs like it, and they did, although I am not 100% how it affects my dogs. They were very calm and relaxed throughout the day, so I believe it worked. (they also had hempseed oil so either of the product made them relax than usual days).- JAYSEAN
Both my dogs love these treats. They follow me round the house when I have the bag open. They will do anything for one of these. - CAROLE
|TBH Dog Treats Cricket with Hemp & Camomile||
my 2 old ladies love their new treats. 15yr old has 4 frozen discs in her spine but after these she's like a pup again. Not a cure but eases her pain.13yr old staffie just loves them she has a hip and knee replacement back to normal again no drugs. - SU
Are sustainable dog treats the right choice for my dog?
For dog owners who value ethical and sustainably sourced ingredients, sustainable dog treats are the best choice. Supporting sustainable farming through the choices of dog treats are just one way the environmentally conscious dog owner can treat their dog and not feel guilty about it. Brands like Open Farm offer ethically sourced ingredients, transparency and sustainability as pillars of their brand. Other brands like Orijen, Ziwi Peak and K9 Natural all offer free-range farmed ingredients to further support ethical welfare standards.
If you are interested in reading more about sustainable dog food and treats, check out our articles written by our in-house veterinarians on Ethical & sustainable pet food options and TIPS: How to make pet care more sustainable.
Disclaimer: always check with your veterinarian before changing your dog's food.
Author info: Dr Nicole du Plessis - Pet Circle In House Veterinarian