We here at Wag ‘n Woof Pets are all New Englanders, born and raised here (well, with one small exception), and we love to support our region of the country when we can.
We’re not huge sports fans, but much of my family certainly is, and we still believe in rooting for and supporting our local teams. Since Luke is our one small exception – he was born in Alabama – he volunteered to show some New England love.
No, he wasn’t too thrilled about the whole thing, but luckily, we had something else for him that was far more up his alley:
We kindly received these treats from New England Dog Biscuit Company to sample. We weren’t required to write a review in exchange, but we wanted to share about them since they are a company in our neck of the woods, and we love the product.
They are located in Salem, Massachusetts and have a retail shop there. All of their dog biscuits are handmade and oven-baked right there onsite in their “Micro-Barkery”. They make small batches using only all-natural, human grade ingredients and no wheat, corn, or soy.
If you’re lucky enough to be in the Salem area, stop in and check out their shop where they also sell dog and cat food, collars, toys, supplies and gifts. If you’re not, don’t despair! You can still order their treats and biscuits on-line at nedogbiscuit.com.
Visit their website and check out the special frosted cookies they also bake for all occasions and seasons. They use the same recipe as their bagged biscuits and add a low-fat yogurt topping. Look at just a small sampling of the goodies:
You can also buy their treats in bulk! When we had four dogs we used to order bulk treats all the time. I had a couple favorites but as I learned more and more about safe ingredients, we stopped getting them and I’m always on the lookout for better options. These fit the bill.
Oh, and needless to say: the treats we received were a huge hit with Luke and Cricket with all their favorite flavors: blueberry, peanut butter, banana, sweet potato, apple, ginger and cheese. I love the quality ingredients such as rice and rye flour, oats and parsley, and nothing artificial. I also love how crunchy they are. There’s something satisfying to the dogs about a good crunchy biscuit that takes them more than just a second to consume!
You can also find New England Dog Biscuit Company on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. We hope to be sampling more of their yummy and healthy treats very soon!
Monika & Sam says
What adorably cute biscuits! Love those chicks…they look a lot like peeps! ????
2 Brown Dawgs says
I love the idea of small local bakeries. The only issue is usually the shipping costs are too expensive to order regularly.
You’re right about that, and I didn’t think of it. I’m not sure with this company yet, but I’ll have to look at that.
Karen cantlin says
Oh my Luke, you look so handsome in that hoodie! What a sport you are to wear it, where did you get it momz? Those treats look good, will have to check them out.
Luke was hoping you’d enjoy this, Auntie Karen! He really was such a good sport about it; he’s such a good boy! That is actually Dad’s sweatshirt, he got it at work from the lottery commission.
Groovy Goldendoodles says
Those look incredibly delicious – I’m talking human consumption. The level of detail to each design is A-mazing. Enjoy!
Sand spring Chesapeake says
Those are almost too beautiful to eat! I love fancy cookies for myself so why not for your pooch
I imagine the dogs don’t appreciate the fanciness quite as much as we do, but we just can’t help ourselves! LOL
M. K. Clinton says
OMD! Those are adorable! The lobsters could pass for crawfish down here. We will have to check this company out!
Lynn LaChance says
ok, if Karen doesn’t see this post, you need to share that pic of Luke with her, Jan! Which I am sure you are already thinking of! Wow, he wore that whole thing-he is TOO adorable! This sounds like a great company, great treats indeed!
Yes, I was waiting to see if she saw it, and she did! He is such a good sport!
Caren Gittleman says
Those are darling!!!!! And they look tasty. You should seriously work on an Ambassadorship with them! You guys are naturals!
Thank you so much, Caren! We might have to look into that!
The Island Cats says
Those look like some fun treats! We love Luke in his sweatshirt!
What cute cookies and they taste good too! Love the sweatshirt, Luke!
Brian Frum says
Hooray for local yum! Hey Luke, you look terrific in that hoodie!
Thank you, Brian! I wasn’t too excited about wearing it, but it’s all part of the job! 🙂
Callie, Shadow, and Ducky's Mom says
Ok, I have to ask…are the lobster cookies made with lobster meat or just shaped like lobsters? The last time I had REALLY GOOD lobster was the last time I went to Maine, so about 26 years ago. (The lobster we get down here is “eh”. Barely edible compared to fresh-caught and delivered same day!).
I may have to check out some of those biscuits for the girls, my canine nephew, and my granddog.
They are just shaped like lobsters – they are actually peanut butter.
Somewhere along the way in life I developed a shellfish allergy, so I can’t eat lobster at all anymore. I really miss it! 🙁
Those would make such great gifts, right? They make Christmas and birthday ones too, so for every occasion. All ingredients are listed on the website too, so you can be sure they’re safe for your girls’ tummies.
oh that treats art ertpieces… I specially love the lobster treats… what a wonderful idea!!!
It would be tough to eat such art, wouldn’t it? Well, for humans, maybe, I don’t think the dogs would hesitate! 🙂