For months I have heard and read all about Zuke’s and their dog treats, so I was excited to finally get the chance to learn all about them while at the Global Pet Expo in March.

Zuke’s is a pet treat company with six great core values. These values include Staying Healthy, Being Active, Showing Devotion, Healing Others, Living Green, and Getting Involved.

Zuke’s also has a BIG selection of treats. They have almost everything covered from crunchy to chewy to jerky to dental and more!

Earlier this year, Zuke’s was purchased by Purina. Purina aims to help spread the word about Zuke’s and bring these treats to more pet parents. According to a press release from Zuke’s, they will continue to operate as an independent operation under Purina. This allows Zuke’s to produce healthy and safe treats in the same method that they have always used in Durango, Colorado.

Luna started trying Zuke’s with Mini Naturals and Skinny Bakes. She was thoroughly excited to get a big box of treats in the mail.

Zuke's Mini Naturals

Mini Naturals are a very small, moist dog treat. Because of their size and low calorie count (less than 3.5 calories per treat!), Mini Naturals are great to use for training. The taste and smell gets Luna’s attention right away!

We use Mini Naturals for training and for games like “hide and seek.” Because the smell grabs Luna’s attention, she can find a treat that I have hidden or thrown into the grass. The small size makes it more challenging for her nose work!

Zuke's Roasted Chicken Mini Naturals

Zuke’s Roasted Chicken Mini Naturals

Mini Naturals come in six different flavors: Roasted Chicken, Savory Salmon, Fresh Peanut Butter, Delicious Duck, Roasted Pork and Wild Rabbit. All are made in the USA and all but Wild Rabbit is also sourced in the USA. Rabbit is sourced from New Zealand.

These tiny and tasty treats also have extra Vitamin C and are nutrient-rich with ingredients like cherries, tumeric, and rosemary.

Mineral Naturals are at a great price point for the quality they offer. Roasted Chicken, Savory Salmon, Fresh Peanut Butter, and Roasted Pork cost $5.79 for a 6 oz bag or $13.99 for a 1 lb bag. Delicious Duck and Wild Rabbit cost $6.99 for a 6 oz bag or $15.99 for a 1 lb bag.

Zuke's Skinny Bakes

Skinny Bakes are a bit different. They are a crunchy biscuit that is a bit bigger. Each treat is just under 10 calories, but they can also be easily broken in half, so they can be great for training or just treating!

Skinny Bakes are also vegan, so they are meat-free, but that doesn’t mean they are full of junk. These treats are wheat, corn, and soy free, so they avoid many common allergens and fillers.

These crunchy treats come in three flavors: Cherry N’ Berry Crunch, Peanut Butter N’ Bananas Crunch, and Pumpkin N’ Sweet Potato Crunch.

Zuke's Pumpkin N' Sweet Potato Crunch Skinny Bakes

Zuke’s Pumpkin N’ Sweet Potato Crunch Skinny Bakes

These treats smell so good. I opened a bag of the Pumpkin N’ Sweet Potato Crunch to smell them myself and Luna ran clear across the room to sit and beg for one.

Just like Mini Naturals, Skinny Bakes are made and sourced in the USA.

Skinny Bakes are also very reasonably priced. A 12 oz bag of any of the three flavors is $6.99.

Both Skinny Bakes and Mini Naturals can be purchased from Zuke’s online store or in many pet stores near you.

Two Beagles and Bargains readers will win their very own Zuke’s dog treats.

One winner will win all six flavors of Mini Naturals and another will win all three flavors of Skinny Bakes. Be sure to specify your preference in a comment below.

Entries must be submitted using the Rafflecopter below. USA residents are eligible to enter. Entries must be submitted by 11:59 PM EST on Monday, May 19, 2014.

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Disclaimer: Zuke’s provided product free to review. I received no compensation or additional benefits for mentioning the products in this post. The opinions and ideas in this post are my own and are uninfluenced by any other person or business. Zuke’s is responsible for all giveaway prizes including shipping.

Jessica Shipman
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