Leave a comment below for a chance to win a bag of treats for your dog (10 winners).
What are Green Bark Gummies?
Green Bark Gummies are healthy, grain-free dog treats.
The treats are soft and about the size of a nickel. They are shaped as little bears and look similar to Teddy Grahams crackers if you remember those!
Green Bark Gummies
My thoughts on Green Bark Gummies:
I’ve been using these treats for about two years because almost all dogs find them motivating. They work well for keeping the attention of my puppy. I was hiking with him off leash yesterday and we came across a rattlesnake on the trail. Needless to say, I was so happy we had our treats along!
I also have a senior dog who likes to pretend he can’t hear me … he’s suddenly able to hear whenever I have treats! Weird. 🙂
Green Bark Gummies come in a couple varieties including:
- Skin & Coat (duck or chicken & fish)
- Health & Vitality (duck)
- Hip & Joint (chicken & fish)
You might remember my past review of Green Bark Gummies. Today’s new post is to remind you about these awesome treats and to introduce them to my new readers.
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How much do they cost?
Green Bark Gummies are available online at Pipeline Pet Products for $4.99 per 4-ounce bag. This is a really good deal! I don’t know where else you can find such high-quality treats for that price.
What’s unique about the treats?
The key to Green Bark Gummies is its patented “NutriCHIA” ingredient, according to the company. NutriCHIA is a sprouted chia ingrained with three types of Omega-3 fatty acids in a bioavailable form. This is easily absorbed with no need for the body to convert it.
Chia delivers all the good oils that salmon delivers without heavy metals or contaminants, according to Green Bark Gummies. It is also rich in calcium, iron and antioxidants.
- No corn, wheat, soy, by-products or artificial colors
- No added sugar
- Most dogs find them highly motivating!
- Healthy ingredients
- Soft and easy to tear for training
- GREAT value. These are high-quality treats.
- I suppose they are a little smelly (can be a good thing!)
- Might be a tiny bit greasy if you keep them in your pocket, but not bad.
- They’re a little too small for stuffing into a large Kong toy. They fall right out.
Would I buy Green Bark Gummies?
YES. These are my go-to treats. We were out of treats recently, and Green Bark Gummies was my top choice for ordering more. I like to use them for training, and they are affordable and healthy.
Would I recommend the treats to others?
Yes, as training treats. That’s because they are a good value, healthy, soft and most dogs find them motivating. They are not the best for stuffing into Kong toys (too small) but they’d work well in food-dispensing toys that are designed for dry dog food.
They are available here.
Giveaway – Enter to win a bag of Green Bark Gummies (10 winners)
Green Bark Gummies is giving away a bag of treats to 10 lucky readers of That Mutt.
Leave a comment below that lets me know you are interested in the treats. (Must have a U.S. mailing address to win). To leave a comment, just list your name and email (your email will not be shown). No need to list a website when it asks for one.
I will choose 10 winners at random on Thursday Sept. 22 at 3 p.m. pst. Winners will be notified by email Friday morning.
Would your dog like to win a bag of Green Bark Gummies?
Let me know in the comments!