Castor & Pollux ORGANIX Organic Dog Cookies
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Castor & Pollux Organix Organic Dog Cookies

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Rating: 4

(4 out of 5)

Tags: products, food & nutrition

Ideal for training, rewarding good behavior, or because your dog has perfected giving you “that look”. These all-natural treats feature 95% organic ingredients including organic free-range chicken as the #1 ingredient in all varieties. They’re easy to break, yet nice and crunchy. Each 1 1/2" long cookie contains about 8 calories and delivers a taste dogs crave. Our ORGANIX dog cookies contain no corn, soy or wheat.
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Editor's Review

ORGANIX Organic Dog Cookies satisfy your pooch with high-quality ingredients.

October 28, 2011 12:31 am | By Zootoo Editor Flinn D.

As you can probably tell from the name, Castor & Pollux Organix Organic Dog Cookies are, above all else, organic. Every single listed ingredient, starting with the chicken has the word “organic” in front of it and if that isn’t enough for you, there is a “Certified Organic” seal.

If your dog is anything like our canine reviewer, he will love the meaty taste and chewy texture of Organix Organic Dog Cookies. Watching him rip through the perfectly sized bites reminded me of myself biting into a fresh bag of cookies when I was a kid.

The one drawback to buying organic pet treats is that they have a short shelf life, and this product is no exception. Because it is preservative free it stays fresh for about five days after you open it, meaning that if you want to get through the whole package you will have to give your dog three or four treats a day. Personally, I’m not a proponent of “treating” dogs more than twice a day. After all, a treat isn’t a treat unless it’s a little special. Unfortunately, this usually means letting some of the organic treats go stale.

But this small problem aside, I think the folks at Castor and Pollux have done a fantastic job of crafting a delicious treat out of 100% natural ingredients and I wish more pet food manufacturers would “go organic.” It’s a choice that’s better for the planet — and better for your dog.

Pros: Completely organic and natural; pooches love the flavor.

Cons: Lack of preservatives means treats may go stale before your pooch can finish the bag.

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Kewlgramma
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Rating: 5

Was surprised to find at Grocery store

posted 5 years ago

I was very surprised to find these at our grocery store.
I buy them for special occasions only as their kind of expensive. paying for the quality ingred I know.

Pros: good ingredients

Cons: expensive

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Lindsey L.
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Rating: 3

Not teribly interesting

posted 5 years ago

I really really wanted Kisa to like these: they've got great ingredients, are made by a good company, and they're organic! we were given a free sample of the treats and the shelter dogs thought they were pretty yummy, but when I brought a box home for my SnowMutt she snubbed them. Ah well... back to lamb lung!

Pros: Good company, natural treats

Cons: My dog wasn't a fan

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