My dog Remy loves the freeze-dried raw treats from Wellness so much that he forgets the most basic commands. He gets so excited that his little brain shuts off!
The Wellness CORE freeze-dried raw treats are healthy, single-ingredient treats made in the USA with real meat: salmon, boar, beef or turkey. They contain no wheat, corn, soy, artificial flavors or preservatives. Just meat.
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Wellness CORE freeze-dried raw treats review
What I think of the freeze-dried raw treats from Wellness
My two dogs love these treats. (So much so that Remy can hardly focus on simple tricks! See the video below.) That’s because the treats are made from real meat – turkey, salmon, beef or boar. They contain no corn, soy, wheat, sugar, salt, preservatives or flavorings. Just meat.
The freeze-drying process gently removes the moisture from the treats without removing the nutrients or flavor, according to Wellness.
They make a great training treat because they are not greasy and can easily be stuffed in your pocket. They are small treats and can also break easily.
What is the cost?
The freeze-dried treats from Wellness CORE are affordable.
The cost through Chewy.com is about $6.99 per 2-ounce bag. ORDER HERE.
Choose from boar, salmon, beef or turkey.
Wellness CORE products are also available through other retailers such as PetSmart.
Pros of the Wellness CORE freeze-dried raw treats:
- made with high-quality meat
- made in the USA
- single-ingredient treats
- no corn, sugar, wheat, salt, gluten, etc. (just meat!)
- not greasy
- 2 calories per treat
- easy way to introduce raw food to your dog’s diet
- high in protein
I recommend the Wellness CORE treats if you’re feeding your dog a raw diet or if you would like to upgrade your dog’s food and treats to a healthier option. They’re also a good choice if your dog has allergies because they are one ingredient. These are also a good training treat.
- can break easily in delivery
- the salmon flavor is smelly (which dogs love!)
- ideally you should wash your hands after handling since they’re raw
These treats might not be for your dog if you’re looking for larger, biscuit-type treats. These are small treats, good for training or topping their food.
Other Wellness CORE products
Wellness CORE makes several different types of grain-free food and treats for dogs. You can learn more about all of their products on their website here.
The company sent my dogs a bag of their CORE RawRev food. This is a grain-free dry food combined with freeze-dried pieces of raw meat.
I recommend a raw diet for most dogs but if a raw diet is not for you, Wellness CORE RawRev is an excellent choice. It’s not a 100% raw diet, but dogs love the pieces of raw meat mixed with their dry food. Read my full review of RawRev here.
(Wellness CORE also makes canned food and a dry food without raw meat. Learn more on their website here.)
Giveaway – win 2 bags of food and treats for your dog from Wellness CORE
Wellness is giving away a prize pack of food and treats to a reader of That Mutt.
To enter: Just leave a comment below. Let me know why your dog is interested in new treats!
I’ll pick a winner at random on Tuesday Feb 27. The winner will be notified by email first and then listed here on this post.
The winner will receive:
- Two 4-pound bag of Wellness CORE RawRev dog food
- Two 2-ounce bags of Wellness CORE freeze-dried raw treats
Must have a U.S. mailing address to win.
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