Farmers Market Finds: Fetch Gourmet Dog Treats

Alright, I have a confession to make: In most cases, I like animals more than I like people. Whew. Now that that’s out in the open, let’s get on with today’s post…

While perusing the farmers market a couple of weeks ago, I came across a local vendor who was selling dog treats. Now, when I was at said farmers market, I had my dog Nessie with me, who had just turned five a week before, so how could I not spoil her (okay…she get’s spoiled on a daily basis)?!

Fetch Gourmet Dog Treats is a local dog treat company that, according to their site, has been around since 2012. What caught my eye was that their tent mentioned organic treats and I’m all about aiming for organic for both the human and dog members of our household! Not only are these locally made and organic, they’re also made 100% within the US, which is incredibly important to me. I like to know as much as possible about the treats (and food of course!) that I am giving my babies!

Before we made a purchase Nessie was given some treats (actually, she made out well that day because she received treats at a few different vendors throughout the market!) and with her approval, we picked up one of almost every treat to try. 

 These pretzel treats smelled SO AMAZING!!! It was hard to believe that they weren't for humans (also, we were jealous)!

I loved that for these particular treats, they donated towards WNY Heros - helping veterans with PTSD.

If you're looking for treats where you can pronounce every ingredient, then these are perfect for you and your furry friends! I love that these are also made with salmon oil, which is great for a nice shiny healthy coat. All of the different treats we picked up smell great and have plenty of health goodness in them. I will definitely be hitting up their booth the next time I am in need of treats for our gang and strongly urge you to do the same if you are local. For those who aren't in the WNY area, have no fear! You can order directly from their website as well!

Oh and don't worry - the treats were enthusiastically approved by our three dogs. This is Dakota, he "helped" me snap some photos for this blog post - for a fee of course! 

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