Green Bark Gummies Review – Healthy dog treats for training

‘The soft and chewy treat that dogs love to eat’

Note: This is a sponsored post. Read more to learn how you can win a bag of healthy treats for your dog.

A company called Green Bark Gummies recently sent me some of its healthy dog treats for my dog Ace to try. And let’s be honest, my cat Beamer tried them too (Pretty much swallowed one whole).

The thing that’s so special about these treats, according to Green Bark Gummies, is they include a healthy “super food” ingredient called chia.

What the heck is chia?

Yeah, I didn’t know either.

Chia seeds contains omega-3 fatty acids, according to Green Bark. And they have other benefits, too. For example, they:

  • support joint function and mobility
  • are high in fiber and supports healthy digestion
  • are an excellent source of minerals


More details about Green Bark Gummies

Green Bark Gummies logo

I’ve been using the Green Bark Gummies while training and walking my dog lately. I also put them in his Kong toy.

I don’t mind giving Ace lots of treats as long as they’re healthy, and lucky for him he’s never had an issue with gaining weight (Yeah, I’m jealous too).

Green Bark Gummies treatsThese treats are soft and chewy (not actually gummy) and they are shaped like little bears. They are so cute! And my dog goes nuts over them. I usually end up breaking them in half when we’re working on training. They’re great for helping Ace focus on me when we pass other dogs.

The Green Bark Gummies are made in the United States and the web site says they contain no:

  • corn, soy, wheat or added sugar
  • GMOs
  • artificial flavors or colors

The treats come in four varieties: Skin & coat, hip & joint, healthy digestion and health & vitality.

“Chia delivers all the good oils that salmon delivers without heavy metals, ocean-borne contaminants or mercury,” according to

According to Green Bark Gummies:

Ace with healthy dog treats
Green Bark Gummies1.
 The treats are made with white fish or wild-caught Alaska pollock.

2. The treats were developed by vets and nutritionists.

3. The gummies are powered by one of nature’s “super foods” – chia.

4. The treats include a blend of antioxidant-rich greens such as alfalfa, kelp, green tea and chlorophyll.

5. Two sizes are available so dogs of all breeds can enjoy!


Green Bark Gummies uses its own ingredient called NutriCHIA. This is sprouted chia ingrained with three omega-3 fatty acids, ALA, EPA and DHA, according to the web site.

Green Bark Gummies says the omega-3s are in a bioavailable form, meaning they are easily absorbed by the body.

Would your dog like to win some treats?

Green Bark Gummies is giving away a bag of treats to two lucky readers of That Mutt. Must have a U.S. mailing address to win.

For your chance to win, just enter using the Raffelcopter below. It’s easy to use and will just ask you to log in with Facebook or by providing an email address. The contest ends at midnight PST Nov.18. Two winners have been chosen.

Ordering information

Green Bark Gummies are available on Amazon here (aff link).

Or, for more information on the company or to find a store that carries the treats, visit

What have you been training your dog to do lately while using treats?

22 thoughts on “Green Bark Gummies Review – Healthy dog treats for training”

  1. Those are adorable! Chia seeds . . . how fancy. I usually can’t even afford those for myself, hah! My dog has been getting loads better with his leash reactivity lately, and I think it has to do with how many non-aggressive dogs we’ve been passing in our new neighborhood. I keep meaning to bring treats on our walks to reward him for his better behavior, but I keep forgetting. Thanks for this post, I think I’ll actually remember the treats today!

    1. Lindsay Stordahl

      Haha! Yes, some of my dog’s “junk food” is healthier than my junk food, I’m afraid.

      I’m so glad you’ve seen improvements with your dog.

  2. They look so cute, I’d like to eat one myself. Love Ace’s big eyes! 🙂

    We recently won Bravo treats and Shari the Chi/Pug gets a half for Kennel Up and Sit.

    I’d like to start some positive training with our new puppy. Instead of yelling No!, Off!, and Out! the whole day long. Bad owner.

  3. Sounds like a good treat to try. In Cancerland I hear talk about chia being a super food too and I don’t really know what it is either. I think of chia seeds, but I don’t really know. I’d love to win a bag of these treats and I did enter. Thanks for the review and for a chance to win a freebie!

  4. I would love to let my dogs try these. We’ve been training Amy to do the basic commands so she will be ready for her forever home.

  5. Oh wow, this is so awesome! I discovered chia seeds for my own benefit earlier this year, and have been adding them to yogurts, salads, and smoothies. I had NO idea they were also available for dogs! I will definitely try some; well, Missy & Buzz will 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

  6. Interesting. In their list of ingredients, Dried Ground Chia Seed is 9th in the list. However, it still sounds like it is a good treat and I will try some with my GSD/Husky… next time I buy treats. I take it that these treats are in the same category as the hot dogs, cheese and steaks??? 🙂

    1. Lindsay Stordahl

      Yes, the chia has lots of nutritional benefits, Green Bark Gummies says. These are not as good as steak for my dogs but they are higher on their list compared to other dog treats! I recommend them for training treats. They’re not messy (like shoving cheese or real meat in your pockets)!

      1. Humblest apologies. I meant chicken! What I am looking for is a very desirous treat that is not messy. I found that my treats, that I was using in the beginning, were NOT desirous enough. Cheese cubes have been found to be his favorite. By any chance will these Green things compare to the cheese?
        Thanks for your info.

        1. Lindsay Stordahl

          They might! My dogs love them and find them very interesting, especially if they haven’t had them in awhile. Maybe not quite as good as chicken or cheese but close.

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