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5 oz / $1.99 per oz
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It feels like autumn all year round when you can treat your picky pooch to these grain and gluten-free pumpkin biscuits. We like to imagine that when dogs eats these, they get flashbacks to jumping into piles of leaves. And made with wholesome ingredients like Bob's Red Mill's garbanzo bean flour and all natural pumpkin and peanut butter, these snacks are perfect for senior dogs and any dogs with allergies.
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About the Brand
Portland Pet Food Company
Portland Pet Food Company believes that you should feed your dog like you feed yourself. They create meals and biscuits that are 100% sourced and made in the USA with USDA-certified meats and fresh vegetables.
The inspiration behind Portland Pet Food Company, founder Katie McCarron’s poodle Rosie lost her appetite when she turned 14. Katie researched natural, human-grade food for dogs and started cooking wholesome meals for her canine best friend. Rosie gobbled down her food and kept going strong for almost three more years.
How to use
Treat your dog to some biscuits for just existing. Feel free to break them into smaller pieces for use as a training aid or reward.
What People Are Saying
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Pumpkin dog biscuits
Nice little crisp biscuit for small dogs. Larger dogs would love them too. Would buy again.
Dog wouldn’t eat them
My dog loves them so does my daughter's puppy
Portland Pet Food Pumpkin Biscuits
My 3 girls really like these. I also got a bag of the bacon biscuits which they loved too. I like that they have limited ingredients and are a healthy snack. I'm always on the lookout for yummy "cookies" to treat my dogs with and these were a hit. I do think they preferred the bacon over the pumpkin but they still gobbled up both bags happily.