After recently taking Ref off processed food, I am now constantly on the look out for treats that are not processed, full of preservatives and all of that other bad stuff. Just last week, a new product hit the market that meets my requirements.
Barking Obito is a small business based in Queensland, Australia. They have a goal to make healthy, nutritious treats using as much natural ingredients as possible meaning there are no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.
We had the pleasure of receiving some Barking Obito treats to try. And by we, I mean Ref. As much as they smelt good for dog treats, I’m not really into trying any dog food. Keep reading to find out Ref’s verdict.
What’s in the pack?
There are 4 basic flavours of treats coming in big bone shape cookies and bite-sized training beans. You can choose from the Belly Soother, Calm Sensation, Skin Temptation and Veggie Booster. All contain natural and health beneficial ingredients.
The Belly Soother was created to help support a healthy digestive system and includes ingredients such as pumpkin, turmeric, ginger, organic coconut oil, organic brown rice flour, chai seeds, free range eggs and banana.
The Calm Sensation has been formulated to contain ingredients that are known for reducing aggression and improve stress in some dogs. Ingredients include sardines, pumpkin seeds, peanuts, brewers yeast, organic coconut oil, organic brown rice flour, chai seeds, free range eggs and banana.
The Skin Temptation was developed to assist with maintaining a healthy skin and coat and includes ingredients such as salmon, purple carrot, flax seeds, brewers yeast, organic coconut oil, organic brown rice flour, chai seeds, free range eggs and banana.
The Veggie Booster was designed to increase vegetable and fibre intake. Ingredients include kale, peas, green beans, brewers yeast, organic coconut oil, organic brown rice flour, chai seeds, free range eggs and banana.
Who is this best for?
Barking Obito treats are great for any pug who doesn’t have allergies to any of the listed ingredients. If your pug does have any allergies to the ingredients, feel free to contact the team at Barking Obito to see if they can cater for your needs.
What are the benefits?
- No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.
- Natural ingredients with health benefits.
- Hand made when ordered.
- Made in Australia.
- Support rescue groups each month with 10% of profits being donated.
- Treats can be frozen.
Where to buy?
At the moment, Barking Obito treats are only available directly through them using their website. Treats start from just $7.95 plus postage throughout Australia. Hampers are also available. You can buy your treats from here.
The Final Verdict
The treats smelt so much nicer than most I’ve come across. They are full of natural ingredients and are not processed, ticking all of the boxes a treat should have for Ref. The most important verdict is the one on taste and Ref’s final verdict of the Barking Obito treat range was absolutely pawsitive. He loved every single bite and wanted more.
Content & Photography by Kristy Beck
***Disclaimer – The Pug Diary received complimentary Barking Obito treats to review. We only review products we have tried & love.***
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