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!