Organic Dog Treats

Organic dog treats packaged in a recyclable container do double duty for being eco-friendly. Save the environment and keep your dog’s tail wagging.

Dog Treats

Just like human treats, dog treats can be unhealthy. And much like how you feel better when you reach for an organic fruit or vegetable, your dog will feel better when you choose organic dog treats!

Organic dog treats are much more nutritionally beneficial than their conventional counterparts. They are often grain, soy, and corn-free, best for pets with allergies or sensitive systems. Any meat content comes from animals raised without hormones or antibiotics, and plant products are produced without chemicals or pesticides. Organic dog treats contain no preservatives, artificial colors or flavors, and are free of animal by-products, fillers, and additives.

Your dog relies on you to keep his best interests at heart, because he cannot choose for himself. Maximize the nutrition and health of a treat, used as a reward or a snack between meals, by selecting one made with organic ingredients. It will keep your dog’s weight in check, as organic treats are more nutrient dense. It will boost your dog’s beautiful, shiny coat, thanks to high quality ingredients. Best of all, it will taste better to your dog!

Look for these brands that make organic dog treats near you or online

Boulder Dog Food
Dr. Harvey's
Evangers Dog Food
Lazy Dog Cookies
Nutro
Olive Green Dog
Rachel Ray Nutrish
Riley's Organics
Three Dog
Thrives Pet Food






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Other Organic Pets & Animals Products

Birdseed


Birdseed

If you plan to feed organic bird seed to birds in the wild, keep your feeder cleaner. Feeders are often full of pesticides so you won’t get all of the benefits of an organic seed if you have a dirty bird feeder. Wash it before each feeding for the best results.

Bird Foods


Bird Foods

If your bird usually eats seeds, it might take him some time to transition to pellets. Mix pellets in with seeds at first. In addition, moisten the pellets until he gets used to the new consistency of his food. Once he gets used to them, he will start gobbling his pellets up.

Cat Litter


Cat Litter

Odor is a big problem when dealing with a cat’s litter box. You can spray all you want, but that just covers the smell up for a little bit. Organic cat litter controls odors naturally so you can breathe easy around your house without worrying about suffocating on litterbox smells.

Pet Food


Pet Food

Humans aren’t the only ones who need to eat balanced diets. Pets need it, too. Organic pet food is the key to feeding your pet a balanced diet. By focusing on fresh, natural food instead of fillers that add calories but don’t help with nutrition, organic foods help pets thrive.

Pet Treats


Pet Treats

There is a misconception that organic pet treats aren’t packed with flavor. You can find organic treats in a variety of flavors, including blueberry, salmon, peanut butter, and pumpkin. Choose a flavor your pet loves and watch him go crazy for the delicious taste that you will only find in organic treats.

Pet Beds


Pet Beds

Make sure you get the right size of bed for your pet. If your pet is under 20 pounds, go with a small bed. If he is 40 pounds or higher, a medium bed will be best. Large beds are great for pets that are 120 pounds or larger. The right size bed will help your pet get a great night’s sleep.

Cat Treats


Cat Treats

Dogs aren’t the only pets that enjoy a fun training session. You can get some organic treats and use them to train your cat. Use delicious organic treats to grab your kitty’s attention so you can lure him into position. Then, release the treat as a reward. This is a great way to have some fun and bond with your cat.

Cat Beds


Cat Beds

If your cat suffers from allergies, an organic pet bed is just what the vet ordered. Organic cat beds don’t contain synthetic materials that cause allergic outbreaks, so your furry feline friend can finally get a good night’s sleep. Check out the various materials to find the bed that will be perfect for your pet.

Cat Food


Cat Food

If your cat has allergies, consider getting hypoallergenic organic cat food. This cat food is formulated for cats with allergies so they can eat to their heart’s content without experiencing an allergy attack. Your cat’s life will improve once he stops suffering from watery eyes and other symptoms that come with allergy outbreaks.

Dog Food


Dog Food

Try a small bag of organic dog food before investing in a larger size, to be sure that your dog will be happy with the chosen brand. Dogs can get used to the taste and texture of cheap, conventional food, and it may take a few tries before you find the ideal organic brand.

Dog Beds


Dog Beds

Why buy an organic dog bed? It will give your dog personal space and keep your best friend out of your own bed, freeing up room for you and keeping pet hair off of your bedding. Both you and your dog will be comfortable in your own beds, making for a more relaxing, restorative night of sleep – for everyone.