I want to let you know about the high-quality, single-ingredient dog treats from Dr. Dalton’s Premium Treats.

Dr. Dalton’s treats are made from dried raw chicken, beef or pork, and the company says its treats are sourced, produced and packaged in the United States.

My dogs went nuts over Dr. Dalton’s treats, and I’m sure your dogs will love them too.

This post is sponsored by Dr. Dalton’s Premium Treats.

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Dr. Dalton’s Premium Treats review

My dog Ace with Dr. Dalton's Treats

What I think of Dr. Dalton’s Premium Treats

My two dogs love these snacks, and I don’t have to worry about the ingredients because these are single-ingredient treats made from real meat. They contain no salt, coloring, sugar, sweeteners, gluten, grain, chemicals or preservatives. Just meat.

Another nice thing about Dr. Dalton’s treats is they are designed by a dog trainer for dog training (more on that below). The treats are not greasy so I can keep them directly in my pocket on walks or at training classes. They also break easily into smaller pieces.

Dr. Dalton’s Premium Treats are available in “simply beef,” “simply chicken” or the “meat medley” which contains chicken, beef and pork.

The treats are small and crunchy, about 1.5” in length.

Remy my weimaraner with Dr. Dalton's Treats

What is the cost? Plus a coupon code!

On Dr. Dalton’s website, the treats are $14.99 for a 3-ounce bag or $28.99 for a 6-ounce bag.

You can use code thatmutt10 on your first order for 10% off. (Not valid on subscription orders.)

Of course, higher-quality treats are going to cost more than average. The treats from Dr. Dalton’s do not contain excess water since they have been dried. Therefore, each 3-ounce bag has about 45-50 treats and will last you quite a while.

The company says it uses only high-grade, quality muscle meat, and because excess water is removed and no fillers are added, there is no need for Dr. Dalton’s to add preservatives, binders, flavorings, colorings, etc. The final product is 80% crude protein, according to the package.

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More about Dr. Susan Dalton

Dr. Susan Dalton is a certified professional dog trainer who uses positive reinforcement training methods. Her business, California School for Dogs, offers both group classes and private lessons. Her website says she has trained hundreds of dogs and specializes in helping dogs with fear and aggression.

Treats are obviously a big component in Dr. Dalton’s training program, so she started making her own treats in 2012 using simple, clean ingredients, according to her website. It was her training clients who actually convinced her to make the treats available for purchase.

Pros of Dr. Dalton’s Premium Treats

  • Made with real, high-quality meat
  • 80% crude protein (according to package), 8% crude fat, just 5% moisture
  • No salt, sugar, gluten, chemicals, coloring, etc. (just meat!)
  • Made, sourced and packaged in USA
  • Non-greasy
  • Free shipping on orders of 2 or more
  • Breaks easily to smaller pieces for training

I recommend Dr. Dalton’s Premium Treats for training because they are not greasy and you can keep them directly in your pocket. They are also a good choice if you are a raw feeder or are looking to feed your dog a higher-quality treat for training, snacks, etc.

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My Lab mix Ace with Dr. Dalton's Premium Treats

Cons:

  • Cost is a bit higher (but good quality of course)
  • You could make similar treats yourself by dehydrating meat

These might not be for you if they’re out of your budget or if you prefer to make dehydrated treats yourself.

Giveaway – Win a bag of Dr. Dalton’s Premium Treats for your dog

Dr. Dalton’s is giving away a 3-ounce bag of treats to two winners. *CLOSED.

To enter, all you have to do is leave a comment below so I know you want in on the drawing. Must have a U.S. mailing address to win.

Let me know why your dog needs a bag of treats!

My weimaraner Remy with Dr. Dalton's Premium Treats

I’ll choose two winners at random on Tues Feb 13. The winners can choose between chicken, beef or the meat medley.

Are you interested in a healthier treat option for your dog?

Let me know in the comments, and please share this post with anyone who might be interested in Dr. Dalton’s Premium Treats.

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