Lulu and Beans have been noshing on Chicago-based all natural dog treat company Lincolnbark‘s Sweet Little Butterpup? Oatmeal snacks, thanks to some samples they sent over! They also have pumpkin and salmon flavors, all made from pure ingredients with no wheat, soy, corn, preservatives, additives, or artificial colors or flavors.
The founder of Lincolnbark, Bobbye Cochran, is a graphic designer and she created such a distinctly modern and identity and packaging. Love it!
Busy Buddy Linkables are fun, interactive toys designed to appeal to both your dog’s mind and tummy. Linkables’ interlocking, treat-dispensing components can be connected in varying ways to form a treat-filled puzzle for your dog, providing her a tasty mental workout.
Like many of you, I’m a sucker for great packaging. Based on aesthetic value alone, I’m completely sold on these Robbie Dawg Biscuits. Handcrafted in Brooklyn, New York and available in flavors like Real Brooklyn Pizza and Honey BBQ Chicken, I have a feeling Robbie Dawg treats are going to become a household staple and my go to gift for all of my dog loving friends and family members.
Need to beat the heat? How about trying Frozen Forest dog ice cream – made fresh to order prepared and churned in a classic Italian gelato machine in NYC. Using only local ingredients, Frozen Forest ice cream is 100% organic with no additives. The packaging is well-designed and made from biodegradable paper. I especially like the fun flavors – shoe, cat, and squirrel. I think Beans would like squirrel…
I’ve seen lots of dog cookies and cupcakes I’ve been tempted to take a bite of, but this is a dog taco first for me. Tumbleweed Tacos for doggies are certainly canine culinary at it’s finest! Dog City Bakery makes all their treats from the finest all-natural ingredients to ensure your dog gets a healthy snack. These Southwestern chili and cumin flavored tacos are made with real cheese and sprinkled with parsley for fresh breath. Yum! Order some for your best amigo right here.
By now we’re all familiar with the food truck craze that has swept the nation. It seems that just about every major US city has their own favorite go-to trucks that rarely fail to draw a line of eager patrons at every stop. So if food trucks are such a hit with city-dwelling folk, why not have them for their city-dwelling dogs? Phydough, Los Angeles’s first food truck for dogs, has done just that!
I don’t know about you but I sometimes fall for a company just because of their logo or packaging. I’m very sensitive to design because I feel like if a company puts that much consideration into their design often times the product quality follows suit. This is true in the case of The Honest Kitchen.