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ReTail Scene: Ready to Bake Cookies for Dogs

Rsz_2dog_joy_cookie_renderingImagine baking up a batch of warm, delicious and nutritious cookies for your family. Nothing is better than freshly baked cookies, right?

Now you can do the same for your four-legged friend. It's easy with new Ready to Bake Cookies for dogs from Freshpet. Freshpet sent this blogger two packages of the new product for me to test on my own pack of four dogs. I just opened the box, took out the pre-formed cookies, and baked them for about 14 minutes.

I must admit, the aroma of the peanut butter and oatmeal cookies coming out of the oven was scrumptious enough for me to want to take a bite! But I restrained myself and let the doggies sample them instead. It was unanimous -- they all loved the cookies and were ready for more. I also discovered that the cookies could be easily crumbled onto a meal for an extra added treat. I was pleased to see that the ingredients were 100% all natural with no artificial additives.

Freshpet Ready to Bake Cookies are new additions to the company's line of fresh, refrigerated meals and treats for cats and dogs. You'll find them in the pet food aisle refrigerator at many stores. Dog Joy Peanut Butter & Oatmeal Recipe is available in select grocery and mass-market stores, and Dog Nation Oatmeal & Cranberry Recipe is available in select pet specialty stores. For more information, including store locations, visit www.freshpet.com.

If you're looking for a unique treat that goes beyond the standard biscuit, try a package of Freshpet Ready to Bake Cookies. My dogs heartily endorse them!


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