Dogswell – a new breed of natural pet food


My dog Zola was fortunate enough to get a generous box of goodies from Dogswell for testing and tasting purposes. She happily gobbled up every morsel! First there were cookies which Dogswell calls “Biscuits with Benefits” because they are not only cookies but they contain extra ingredients for fresh breath, happy hips or vitality. They are all wheat-free and corn-free. Theses biscuits are the perfect size for when your dog needs a bit of a treat and you need to give your dog some love! Dogswell also has a line of chew-like treats called “Jerky Treats” that were a big hit with Zola…(Zola is a big fan of chewy treats like pigs ears …and I think pig ears are disgusting so Dogswell may provide a compromise for the two of us) I feel better giving her these chicken breast jerky chews since they are fortified with added vitamins and supplements and they are made from all-natural, cage-free chicken breast. They come in a ton of different flavors.


Dogswell also has a full line of dry dog food and canned dog food. Zola tried both and loved the canned food. (Zola rarely gets canned food and it is always a treat for her) The flavors sound yummy such as: Lamb & Sweet Potato Stew, and Duck & Sweet Potato Stew which contains cage-free, human-grade duck and Antioxidents, Super-Fruits & Omega 3’s & 6’s.
The full line of Dogswell, biscuits, jerky treats, canned food and dry food is available at Dogswell and Amazon

Originally posted 2009-03-22 18:38:51.

3 Responses to “Dogswell – a new breed of natural pet food”

  1. Condo Blues
    March 23rd, 2009 20:33

    My dog Blitzkrieg got a sample of the chicken treats at a dog event. I really like that Dogswell’s chewies are corn & wheat free because my dog has allergies. Blitzkrieg thought the treats were good so they were a win-win for us too.

  2. Dog Dude
    April 25th, 2009 22:37

    Hmm, this looks pretty good. I’ll have to see if my dogs like it.

  3. Suz
    April 26th, 2009 10:59

    Happy Hips are great! I break them up and keep them in the cookie jar for treats.

    BTW, you can get them cheaper in the grocery stores than the pet stores.