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Petacular Treat of the Week Fruitables Crunchy Treats



Hey neighbors!

We are back with our Treat of the Week.  This week Fruitables is sharing their Fruitables Crunchy Treats.  They came in three great flavors - Pumpkin & Apple, Pumpkin & Blueberry, and Crispy Bacon & Apple.  The main difference in these and the previous Fruitable Treats are that these are of course.... CRUNCHY!  There are three other flavors listed on their site, which are - Pumpkin & Banana, Pumpkin & Pecan, and Pumpkin & Cranberry.

Now, I know my dogs love the jerky and chewy treats, but I do like to give them crunchy treats for variety and because it helps their teeth.  Each of these treats are under 9 calories.  100% Natural, with nothing artificial!  You can feel good about giving the Fruitables Crunchy oven baked treats to you furry friend.


From Fruitables:
Open a bag of Fruitables treats and you will immediately smell the difference. These deliciously healthy combinations come in CHEWY, CRUNCHY and JERKY formats with flavors as broad as your imagination. These limited ingredient recipes are made so fresh you can smell the difference.



All of our Shelties are enjoying all the Fruitables Treats!  I do have to keep an eye out that they don't receive too many!  Each time they come in they think they deserve a treat and they all gather around our treat table just waiting for one!  We have a small table near the back door, where we keep treats, leashes, etc.


Fruitables are calorie smart:
Our patent pending concept in advanced nutrition utilizes nature’s gifts of fruits and vegetables to balance palatability, calorie control, and satiety in foods that your pet will love.  Our products are proven in university studies to reduce hunger between meals. 



No matter if your dog prefers, chewy, jerky or crunchy, Fruitables has you covered.  Or maybe your dog is like ours and they like variety, just grab a few different flavors from Fruitables and you are ready to go.

Remember you can shop online with some of the retailers who carry Fruitables, or you can check their retail store list for a location near you.  It is that simple!

Just like the previous weeks, Fruitables is sending 3 readers (winners) some of their Crunchy Treats!  Be sure you enter.  Be on the lookout next week, instead of treats we will be featuring their food supplements.

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's website or email.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.


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Comments

Darlene said…
My dogs love all and any treats, but would probably love the Thick cut Bacon Jerky the best
jill24295 said…
I know my pups would love the grilled bison strips.
jill24295 said…
I know my pups would love the grilled bison strips.
pmj said…
Awwww... Puppies!
susanlulu said…
I think my dog would love roasted chicken. Hope to win!
susanlulu@yahoo.com
Marti Tabora said…
I think my dog would like the Fruitables Whole Jerky Thick cut Bacon. He loves treats that are bacon flavored. Thank you for the chance.
No doubt about it my girls Sugar and Cinnamon would love the Crispy Bacon Apple.
Angie Bailey said…
My pups would like the Grilled Bison Skinny Minis. (Angie PreciselyMine)
scottsgal said…
mine would like any flavor of the jerky treats
pmj said…
My pooch would like the thick cut bacon.
Unknown said…
I would actually give this to our neighbor's dog and I think she'll love the Crispy bacon and apple flavor. :)
Jill D said…
I think the one that my dogs would enjoy the most is Fruitables Crunchy Pumpkin Apple flavor! These look like they would be healthy, tasty treats for my pups. Thanks for the review and for the chance to win! mary987 (at) homtmail (dot) com

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