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Huge dog treat giveaway from Green Bark Gummies – 10 winners!


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The key to these healthy dog treats is NutriChia

Note: This is a sponsored post that contains affiliate links.

The dog treat company Green Bark Gummies is giving away a FREE bag of dog treats to 10 lucky readers of That Mutt.

For your chance to win, just leave a comment below to let me know why your dog is interested in trying these treats.

I’ll choose the 10 winners at random on Wednesday Jan. 28.

Must have a U.S. mailing address to win.

And what are Green Bark Gummies?

Green Bark Gummies are healthy treats created by a vet and made right here in the United States, according to the company’s web site. You can read my original review of Green Bark Gummies here.

I’ve been using Green Bark Gummies regularly while training my own dog Ace. They are shaped like gummy bears with a soft, slightly chewy texture.

Green Bark Gummies review

The treats are also tasty enough that dogs will eat them even when under stress.

An important ingredient – NutriCHIA

The key to Green Bark Gummies is its NutriCHIA. According to its web site, this is what sets it apart from other healthy dog treats because these are they only treats to deliver all three omega-3 fatty acids efficiently. More info below.

Dog treats from Green Bark Gummies

According to Green Bark Gummies:

NutriCHIA is a sprouted chia ingrained with alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) in a bioavailable form. This is easy for the dog to absorb, and there’s no need for the body to convert it.

No chemicals are used in this process. You can read more about the company’s NutriCHIA here.

Chia is known as a ‘superfood’ because it:
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  • contains omega-3 fatty acids.
  • is an excellent source of minerals.
  • is high in fiber.
  • supports joints.
  • is rich in protein and lipids.
  • contains the good oils found in salmon but without heavy metals, contaminants found in the ocean or mercury.
  • is rich in calcium, antioxidants and iron.

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Other ingredients in Green Bark Gummies

The treats also contain:

Alaska polluck, white fish, alfalfa, kelp, green tea and chlorophyll.

They are made without:

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  • corn
  • soy
  • added sugar
  • wheat
  • genetically engineered ingredients
  • artificial flavors or colors.

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Ordering information

Treats from Green Bark Gummies come in a “small bites” variety as well as a “medium to large bites” and a new “medium bites.” Ace loves them all equally!

You can choose between treats to support “skin and coat,” “healthy digestion,” “health and vitality” or “hip and joint.”

The treats are available on Amazon for about $10 a bag, plus shipping. Or, check out the company’s web site to learn more.

Dog treats with chia

10 chances to win!

Green Bark Gummies is giving away a free bag of treats to 10 lucky readers. Leave a comment below to let me know your dog wants “in” on the drawing.

*Congrats to the winners: Derek, Lisa, Amelia, Alyx, Elizabeth, Anna, Emma L., Vunda, Danielle and Alix!

Why would your dog like to try Green Bark Gummies?

Note: I received compensation and free products in exchange for writing about Green Bark Gummies. This post contains affiliate links, which means if you click on those links and purchase the product, I will receive a commission.

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