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Organicfuls Dog Treats Review And Giveaway – 10 winners

Note: This review is sponsored by Organicfuls and Pipeline Pet Products.

Leave a comment below for a chance to win a bag of Organicfuls dog treats. There will be 10 winners. Click here.

What are Organicfuls?

Organicfuls are organic dog biscuits made in the USA. They are perfect for rewarding your dog or stuffing into a Kong or puzzle toy.

Organicfuls dog treats review

Organicfuls dog treats review

The bottom line:

Organicfuls dog treats blueberryMy dogs really like Organicfuls, and I can use the treats for training and motivating them. Organicfuls are not soft treats, but you can still break them up into smaller pieces if you’d like. I use them to stuff into Kong toys.

I like that the Organicfuls treats are made with high-quality, USDA organic ingredients so I don’t have to worry about what my dogs are really eating.

Flavors include: blueberry, apple, pumpkin, coconut and strawberry.

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Here is an example of the ingredients for the blueberry variety:

Organic buckwheat flour, organic blueberry, organic coconut, organic coconut oil, pollock roe, organic dried flax seed, organic finger, mixed tocopherols

(Buckwheat flour is wheat free and grain free, according to Organicfuls. It is actually a seed, despite the name.)

Organicfuls dry dog biscuits

What is the cost of Organicfuls?

Organicfuls are available online and the cost per 4-ounce bag is $4.99. They are also sold in Canada, available exclusively at Walmart.

Each treat is about 1″ by 1.5″, just guessing. There are quite a few treats in each bag and I feel like it’s a good value.

Order Organicfuls here

What is unique about Organicfuls?

Organicfuls organic dog treats

The treats are grain free and made with USDA organic ingredients. They contain buckwheat flour, which is a grain-free flour.

They also contain a proprietary fish roe ingredient that delivers unique nutrients found only in fish eggs such as polyunsaturated fatty acids, according to Organicfuls. The fish roe is non-GMO and 100% organic.

The company’s proprietary flax is the only flax fortified with all three omega 3’s (ALA, DHA & EPA), according to Organicfuls.

Pros of Orangicfuls dog treats:

  • My senior dog and my puppy (and my cat) love the treats!
  • USDA Organic & made in USA
  • Grain free and soy free
  • Affordable price ($4.99 per 4-ounce bag)
  • Source of omega 3’s


  • They are dry biscuits so they’re crumbly if you prefer to break them into smaller goodies

Would I buy this product?

Yes, I would buy these treats for my dogs. I don’t have to buy dog treats because as a blogger I receive a lot of samples for my dogs, but this would definitely be a product I would purchase for them if needed.

Would I recommend Organicfuls to others?

Yes, as long as you are looking for a dry, biscuit-type treat these are a high-quality, healthy treat that my dogs both love. You can order Organicfuls HERE.

My dog Ace with Organicfuls treats

Giveaway – Win a bag of Organicfuls for your dog – 10 winners

*This giveaway has ended.

Organicfuls is giving away a bag of treats to 10 readers of That Mutt.

To enter the giveaway, just leave a comment below that indicates your dog would like to try some new goodies! Would you use the treats for training or just because you love your dog?

I’ll choose 10 winners at random on Friday Aug. 5. Must have a U.S. mailing address to win, or you can choose to have them sent to a friend within the U.S.

Would your dog like to try Organicfuls?

Let me know in the comments!

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Lindsay Stordahl

Friday 5th of August 2016

Congrats to the winners: Hannah S., Robin Blair, Cathy Carroll, Michelle (and Sasha), Rodney, Tracy L., Helen I., Linda, Jim B., and J.K. Lamm. I will email you.

Liz Morris

Friday 5th of August 2016

We have a new rescue dog who absolutely love all this new loving attention he's recieving. :-) Getting treats not only is great for him, but for us too because we enjoy watching him love his new life...

Tracey Simmons

Wednesday 3rd of August 2016

my boy is a weird fussy eater so yes i would really love for ty to try the treats - i try to get him to try different things as much as i can thanks tracey & Ty

Jamie Martin

Wednesday 3rd of August 2016

He'd love to try it!


Wednesday 3rd of August 2016

Yes, he would love to try them! He loves treats.