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Skin & Coat Health

Dog Pet Treats
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If you're like most pet parents, you want the absolute best for your pup. In addition to focusing on creating recipes that are easy to understand and free of the major allergens for dogs - we make your pet’s health our top priority.

For our Skin and Coat treats, we double down on the omega fats found naturally in crickets by adding flaxseed, chia seeds, and coconut oil to give your pup a coat so shiny you’ll want to grab your sunglasses.



Cricket, Molasses, Sweet Potato, Glycerin, Pea Protein, Flaxseed, Chia Seeds, Carrot, Pumpkin, Natural Flavor, Coconut Oil, Natural Peanut Butter Flavor, Rosemary Extract, Mixed Tocopherols (preservative).

Feeding Instructions

Treats should not make up more than 10% of your dog's daily calorie intake. Use as a reward or if you want to give your pup a tasty snack between meals.

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein Min ······················ 23%
Crude Fat Min ······························ 7%
Crude Fiber Max ·························· 6%
Moisture Max ································ 21%
Bacillus subtilis Min* ..... 500,000 CFU/treat

*Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles.


(ME calculated): 3000 kcal/kg, 35 kcal/treat

    Skin & Coat Health
    Skin & Coat Health
    • Wonder Protein

      Made from Crickets

    • Clean Label

      Simple Ingredients

    • Food Allergy Friendly

      Free of 7 common allergens

    • Pro-Planet

      Less land & water use; less greenhouse emissions

    Why do we use crickets?

    Food allergen friendly

    Crickets have proven to be a hypoallergenic protein for pups. In addition we avoid common allergens for pups like beef, chicken, soy, dairy, egg, and gluten.

    Amazing source of protein

    Crickets beat traditional proteins in almost every metric. When it comes to protein Crickets are 65% protein by make up and contain more protein per gram than chicken.

    Sustainable AF

    Crickets are more sustainable than most vegetables and we we compare them to traditional proteins the numbers are astonishing. Crickets use exponentially less water and land than beef or chicken to produce.