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USA made dog treats and chews

Postby Red » Thu Apr 12, 2012 1:18 am

It seems that some people are having trouble finding dog treats and chews that are made in USA, and a list of them might be helpful.You might not find many of these in your local store and buying on line is often a good option, especially for the price and free shipping when a certain order amount is reached with some websites. I buy a lot of dog treats myself and I have a few websites that I keep buying from, that have several of the products I want. I'll list a few of the ones I use, but look around and see where you can find the best deals.
The treats or companies I list are not all that there is, just those I usually buy or know of, so others will hopefully add to this thread:

Yummy Chummies:


California Natural:

Wellness dog treats: ... t=dog&ft=3

Newman's Own organics:

Merrick dog treats:

Natural Balance: ... reats.html

Old Mother Hubbard:

Tyson True Chews:

Plato Pet Treats:

Innova treats:

Canine Caviar treats and ... &Itemid=36

Sojos dog treats:



Triumph dog treats:

Charlee Bear:

Bravo treats:

Dr. Harvery's:

Nature's Logic:


Honest Kitchen:


Natura Pet:

Red Barn:

Nature's Variety:

Holistic select:

Some websites (there might dog treats from other Countries so always check on the product info before buying):

PetFood Direct (look for the USA made treat list):

This one has very good prices on the Zukes, other treats as well as supplements, and if you click on the link you get $10 toward your order and so do I:

Only Natural Pets:|Pet+Type=Dogs&avs|Department=Treats+%2f+Chews

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Re: USA made dog treats and chews

Postby MissKitty » Thu Apr 12, 2012 1:45 am

Awesome! I hope this is made into a sticky!

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Re: USA made dog treats and chews

Postby HappyPuppy » Thu Apr 12, 2012 9:24 am

Thanks for that - I have been getting discouraged! I tried to stop a lady from buying the chicken jerky at Costco but she loaded 6 or 7 bags into her cart....

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Re: USA made dog treats and chews

Postby Emily » Thu Apr 12, 2012 1:05 pm

Great thread!

Cruncherz (was Barkwheats) organic treats made in a human grade facility:

NutriSea made in Maine:

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Re: USA made dog treats and chews

Postby Ilovethepits » Thu Apr 12, 2012 2:17 pm

Very thoughtful. Thank you.

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Re: USA made dog treats and chews

Postby Megan » Thu Apr 12, 2012 2:29 pm

Thanks for creating this list, red! I recently stocked up on USA made treats and was pleased to find the store had a large selection. Ended up going with the wellness treats to try something new. I normally do natures variety or old mother Hubbard. I saw a large range of grass fed/free range pig ears/bully sticks/ other chews too which was nice!

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Re: USA made dog treats and chews

Postby BabyReba » Fri Apr 13, 2012 8:39 pm

hey, i have another to add to the list that i like:

i feed their bully sticks and pig ears and some of their jerky treats. all usa made!

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Re: USA made dog treats and chews

Postby PitFriend » Sat Apr 14, 2012 6:32 am

Great product and customer service!

"Made in the USA with USA Sourced Ingredients"

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Re: USA made dog treats and chews

Postby Shutterwolf » Sat Apr 14, 2012 3:34 pm

Heres another one, website says its under construction, but you can atleast see a picture of it. they can be found at most costcos and they are only about 10 bucks for 2.5 pounds. there soft and easy to break up for giving smaller pieces for training or smaller mouth dogs. there definitely my dogs favorite treat, and the other dogs here love it as well.

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