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Fruit Nibblers Dog Treats Review and Giveaway – 10 Winners! 

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

Leave a comment below for a chance to win Fruit Nibblers treats for your dog. I will choose 10 winners. Click here.

What are Fruit Nibblers?

Fruit Nibblers are organic, limited-ingredient dog treats made in the United States. They are small biscuits and come in fruit-based flavors such as apple, banana or blueberry. Also, pumpkin.

Fruit Nibblers dog treats review

Fruit Nibblers dog treat giveaway

My thoughts on Fruit Nibblers dog treats:

Fruit Nibblers bananaMy dogs Ace and Remy are big fans of Fruit Nibblers. Obviously I prefer to give them healthy treats whenever I can.

Fruit Nibblers are pretty small, so I use them for rewards during training. It takes my dogs a second or two to crunch them up, so they’re not the best treats for multiple, quick rewards.

Fruit Nibblers are made in the United States with USDA organic ingredients.

Here is an example of the ingredients (banana variety):

Organic buckwheat flour, organic banana, organic canola oil, Pollock roe, organic dried flax seed, organic cane molasses, organic carob bean and mixed tocopherols.

(Buckwheat flour is wheat and grain free, despite the name. It is a seed!)

[quote_center]My dogs Ace and Remy are big fans of Fruit Nibblers. Obviously I prefer to give them healthy treats whenever I can.[/quote_center]

What is the cost of Fruit Nibblers dog treats?

Fruit Nibblers are $4.99 per 4-ounce bag, and you can order online HERE.

This is a good value! There are lots of treats in each bag.

Remy with Fruit Nibblers pumpkin spice

What’s unique about Fruit Nibblers?

Fruit Nibblers are grain-free, fruit-based treats made with USDA organic ingredients.

The treats contain the company’s proprietary flax, which is fortified with three Omega 3s (ALA, DHA and EPA). Fruit Nibblers also contain a proprietary fish roe that is non-GMO and 100% organic.

Pros of Fruit Nibblers dog treats:

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  • Made with USDA organic ingredients
  • Affordable price – Just $4.99 per 4-ounce bag
  • My dogs love them!
  • Made in USA
  • All natural, no artificial ingredients
  • Wheat, soy, corn and dairy free (buckwheat flour is made from a seed)
  • Contains three Omega-3s
  • Not greasy



  • Too small for stuffing into Kong/puzzle toys
  • Not for you if you’re looking for a soft treat (these are biscuits)
  • Difficult to break in half

Would I buy Fruit Nibblers treats?

No. The reason is because I prefer larger treats I can stuff into Kong toys or softer treats I can rip into smaller pieces. The Fruit Nibblers are pretty small.

I would be more likely to buy some of the other brands from Pipeline Pet Products such as Droolers (soft treats) and Organicfuls (larger biscuits).

Would I recommend Fruit Nibblers to others?


I would recommend Fruit Nibblers dog treats for anyone looking for small, dry dog biscuits made with organic ingredients. The cost is also affordable. The treats are made in the USA and they are grain free.

Order Fruit Nibblers HERE.

Remy with Fruit Nibblers dog treats

Giveaway- Win a bag of Fruit Nibblers – 10 winners!

Fruit Nibblers is giving away a bag of treats to 10 lucky readers of That Mutt!

To enter the giveaway, just leave a comment below to let me know why your dog would like to win these treats.

I’ll choose 10 winners randomly next Friday (Aug. 26). Must have a U.S. mailing address to win. Or, you can enter to win for a friend in the U.S.

Does your dog want to try Fruit Nibblers?

Leave a comment to let me know!

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Lindsay Stordahl

Wednesday 31st of August 2016

Congrats to the winners: Jess, Michelle K., Kelly C., Steven L., Richard W., Jordan, Lindsay P., Emily F., Irene and Jerome. You have all been emailed.

Kelley Mctimmonds

Thursday 25th of August 2016

They sound really good I would love to try something different new

Debbie Smith

Wednesday 24th of August 2016

Hotdog, eats more fruit and veggies then actual dog food, I would love to find a actual treat that she likes.

Faye Nettles

Wednesday 24th of August 2016

I have 5 bags of dog training treats on top of my fridge. I have 3 Boston Terriers that will not eat the treats. The treats were recommended by a big pet store chain. It would be great to find something they will really like.

Connie Ballard

Wednesday 24th of August 2016

We have a 10 week old Goldendoodle and now we are getting my daughter's Goldendoodle puppy for a month long visit. I would love some ideas on how to handle two puppies. One (mine) is larger and more rambunctious than the other -- even though they are the same age.