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ORGANIX Jerky Chip Cookies #ASmartCookie

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Natural, organic treats for dogs, plus 3 giveaways!

Note: This is a sponsored post. Read more to learn how you can win one of three bags of ORGANIX Jerky Chip Cookies for your dog.

Castor & Pollux Natural Petworks recently introduced a new organic dog treat.

My dog Ace got to sample the ORGANIX Jerky Chip Cookies, and we’re offering you three ways to win a bag of cookies for your pup.

First, we’ll let you know a bit more about these cookies so you’ll know if they’re right for your dog.

More about the new ORGANIX Jerky Chip Cookies

ORGANIX Jerky Chip Cookies are oven baked with organic oatmeal and protein-rich jerky chips from salmon, beef liver, lamb or organic chicken, according to Castor & Pollux’s web site.

The cookies are also made with organic fruits and veggies, according to the web site. They do not include corn, soy or wheat.

“What’s more, our cookies are made in the USA and don’t include ingredients from China,” said Todd Martin, vice president of sales and marketing for Castor & Pollux, in a press release.

“They’re as good as homemade … but for dogs,” the company said in the press release.

[quote_center]”They’re as good as homemade … but for dogs.”[/quote_center]

Organix jerky chip cookies - chicken, lamb, beef, salmonBlack Lab with Organix dog treatsAccording to Castor & Pollux, the cookies:

1. Come in four flavors – salmon, beef liver, lamb or organic chicken.

2. Can be used for training, good behavior or because your dog has mastered “the look” 🙂

3. Are breakable.

4. Are available at 400 PetSmart locations and select online retailers. The suggested retail price is $7.99 per 10-ounce bag.

I’d also like to add that they’re made with real, recognizable and pronounceable ingredients.

Are these natural dog treats right for your dog?

I think most dogs will love these treats, but if you prefer not to feed your dog whole grains, you may be interested in checking out some of the grain-free treat options from Castor & Pollux.

And, since these are cookies, they are somewhat large and crumbly. They’re easy to break up into little pieces, but not without a few crumbs.

How you can win a bag of ORGANIX Jerky Chip Cookies

Jerky Chip Cookies reviewRemember now, these are for dogs, not humans 🙂

You have three opportunities to win one of three bags of Jerky Chip Cookies:

Option 1. Leave a comment on this post saying why your dog would like to try the ORGANIX Jerky Chip Cookies.

Option 2. Sign up for our newsletter (below). We’ll be giving away one bag of cookies to a lucky newsletter subscriber. Our newsletter is a digest-style email that goes out three or four times per month.

Option 3. Tweet about this post using hashtag #ASmartCookie and make sure to tag @ThatMutt so I see your tweet.

That’s it!

The winners will be notified by Sunday, so get your entries in soon. Winners must have a continental U.S. mailing address, and the winners will be asked to share a picture of their dogs on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram using hashtag #ASmartCookie.

*The winners have been notified. Congrats to Teneil (newsletter winner), Dawn (Twitter winner) and Stacey (blog winner).

What do you look for in a healthy dog treat?

Review of Jerky Chip Cookies


Sunday 25th of May 2014

Can I feed these to my Maltese puppy, she is allergic to beef?

Lindsay Stordahl

Sunday 25th of May 2014

You could try the lamb, salmon or chicken variety.

Donna Pate

Thursday 17th of April 2014

I like the fact the cookies are all natural, I think my dogs will just like the taste


Wednesday 16th of April 2014

I'm always looking for new treats for my dog Sandy

Jackie Bouchard

Wednesday 16th of April 2014

Oh, we always try to shop for treats with the best ingredients, and Rita was sold a "jerky chip"!

Stacey R

Wednesday 16th of April 2014

My pup loves cookies but can only have the best due to extreme allergies, I am sure she would love these high quality treats,

Lindsay Stordahl

Wednesday 16th of April 2014

I bet she'd love these! :)