I’m sure you’re probably aware how much Ember and I love Neoh and Nobo treats. We’ve enjoyed their launch, Halloween Treats and Christmas Collection and now they are back with even more delicious biscuits.
I love finding healthy treats for Ember and Soopa Healthy Bites are perfect. These grain-free flower shaped bites are only 3 calories per treat and are currently available in 3 delicious flavours. Ember loves them all and despite their small size, she really enjoys chewing them up. What’s also great about Soopa’s Healthy Bite treats is that they are hypoallergenic and are made from human grade all natural ingredients.
Last year Ember was lucky enough to try some of Pure Pet Food’s Meaty Sweetie Treats. These treats were a perfect introduction to the Pure Pet Food brand, so I was very excited for Ember to try some of their food.
Ember is doing really well recently on her current food Guru, but we have been wanting to add a little bit of wet food to her evening meal, I instantly knew Pure Pet Food was the best first option.
The food we are lucky enough to try is Chicken Dinner, which is grain free and designed for sensitive dogs, perfect for Ember as she has quite a sensitive tummy.
As I’m sure you know by now, Ember loves bananas, so when I found Murphy’s Bakery on Instagram, I knew she would have to try their treats.
Murphey’s Bakery treats are hand-baked in Worcestershire and the company take pride in ensuring they use locally sourced ingredients. Packed full of these locally sourced fruit and vegetables, these treats are also wheat and gluten free making them perfect for dogs suffering from allergies. They currently have four different flavours; Carrot and Banana, Apple and Oat, Peanut Butter and Banana and Beef and Cheddar. I choose the three veggie treats for Ember to try.
As part of my journey to try and lead a more ethical life, I knew I wanted to find more ethical accessories for Ember, which is where Koko Collective comes in, a small business who create ethical, vegan dog collars and leads. All their dog collars and leads are made with recycled materials including bicycle inner tubes, an alternative for leather that is vegan-friendly, as well as second-hand fabric from local sari makers in India, where the accessories are made.
Despite claiming to love and care about animals, many pet food companies test their food and elements of their food on lab animals. These animals, many of whom are bred for the sole purpose of testing food, are subject to inhumane and invasive tests.
I first found Busters Bisquits on Instagram and was intrigued by the natural ingredients Romana uses to bake the treats. Named in memory of her beloved Buster, these treats are hand baked with love and attention in small batches in her kitchen. I was so excited when Romana offered to send Ember a trial pack of their classic treat and their new Vegan biscuits.
You probably know how much Ember and I love Guru, their cold-pressed food is a firm favourite and their complete meal bones are great for travelling. To top of their offerings, they have now created their Venison Sausage Slices containing venison and chopped apple. The venison contained within these ready to eat treats is sustainably sourced in Britan, an important value that Guru stick to for all their products.
When I first found out about Pure Pet Food on Twitter I was intrigued by the unique process they use to make their dog food. So when Mat from Pure contacted me about Ember trying some of their treats I had to say yes. That and the fact that Ember loves food (of course).