Dehydrated Cod Skins Dog Treats

Open Farm Dehydrated Cod Skins Dog Treats

Dehydrated Cod Skins Dog Treats

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Have your dog "sit, stay, roll over" in no time thanks to these tasty dog treats, made with delicious wild-caught cod that's sure to entice even the most stubborn of dogs.
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Made with 100% Ocean Wise® approved wild-caught cod and nothing else, these treats keep it nice and simple. There's no artificial flavors or preservatives. Instead, the cod is dehydrated at low temperatures to lock in flavor and nutrients. You can even trace the cod's origins, thanks to the lot code at the back of the package. Pretty cool detail.

From their ingredient sourcing to their recipes and packaging, Open Farm strives to meet the most ethical and sustainable standards in order to deliver quality food for your pet.

The packaging is recyclable through TerraCycle by following our special instructions.
These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.

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Delivering pet food with total transparency

Ingredient transparency can be a problem in the pet food industry. That's why Open Farm partners with certification partners who keep them transparent and hold them accountable. They're big into humanely raised, sustainably sourced, nutritious ingredients, so you can feel good about what you're feeding your pet. Because they believe that when it comes to your pet, you can't care too much.