The Honest Kitchen takes dog treats seriously. Using only human grade ingredients (so you can eat these if you want to), they also require their producers to supply country of origin, non-GMO, fair trade and more verifications yearly. They test their ingredients for everything you want your dog’s treats tested for: bacteria, heavy-metals and random retesting for nutritional value.
Written up favorably in the Wall Street Journal, New Your Times, Huffington Post and more; this is a company you can feel safe buying products from. Here is their line of treats:
The Honest Kitchen Pecks Cookies
Need a low-cal treat? These are just 0.6 calories per peck.
INGREDIENTS: 100 percent human grade barley flour, filtered water, molasses, buffalo, eggs, organic virgin coconut oil, blueberries.
The Honest Kitchen Pecks Dog Treats
Same as above just smaller. Great for training treats and as treats for your toy dogs.
The Honest Kitchen Smooches Cookies
INGREDIENTS: Human grade barley flour, USDA chicken, molasses, filtered water, eggs, organic virgin coconut oil, cranberries, aged parmesan cheese
The Honest Kitchen Nuzzles Dog Cookies
Ingredients are 100 percent human grade barley flour, USDA duck, molasses, filtered water, eggs, organic virgin coconut oil, cherries, aged parmesan cheese
The Honest Kitchen Beams Fish Skin Chew Dog Treat
“Pure, wild-caught Atlantic Catfish skins, from the clean ocean waters of Iceland, dried into savory, chewy sticks.” ALERT: These will smell like, well, fish. Dogs love things that stink but if you don’t share their enthusiasm, do what I do and give them in the crate or outside.