Friday, 1 August 2014

Product Review: Green & Wild's Antler Bakes dog biscuits...and a Giveaway!


 
Some yumminess hit our mailbox the other day, in the form of these delicious dog treats and biscuits - as you can see, even when Hooman was trying to take photos, I was sneakily trying to get them off the table! Green & Wild's were also kind enough to send enough for us to do a little giveaway, so read on!
 
Spaniels Tail: Green and Wild's baked antler biscuits review
Just...one...more....inch......
Who are Green & Wild's?
 
You may have already heard of them without realising it, under the name Antler Dog Chews! They are well established as a business selling all natural antler chews and eco toys for dogs and now they have branched out into baked goods for dogs, and have changed their name to reflect their increased product diversity. The company is based on strong ideological beliefs and is run by ethical, caring people, committed to looking after our planet. As a result, they pride themselves on producing wholesome, natural products, that have little impact on the planet to manufacture. All products containing the antler they are famous for, use Grade A antler which is shed naturally by free-ranging deer each year, so no deer are ever harmed.
 
About the product




Having branched out recently into baked goods, Green & Wild's sent us their range of dog treats and biscuits to review. There are two varieties, and both are available in small sizes as dog treats, and bigger as a dog biscuit. All baked treats from Green & Wild's are wheat, preservative and artificial flavour free, and have no added salt and sugar. Only natural ingredients are used.

The varieties are:
  • Antler Bakes (Apple & Carrot): Containing the ground antler that Green & Wild's are famous for, these wholesome treats also contain carrots, apple, garlic, rosemary and parsley, all with a range of nutritional benefits including valuable vitamins, antioxidants, calcium, magnesium and iron, which can all help towards healthy skin, a strong musculo-skeletal systems, boosting immunity, preventing inflammation from arthritic conditions and improving bad breath.
  • Crunchy Bakes (Salmon & Kelp): Containing salmon which is an excellent source of Omega 3 and 6, and kelp which is rich in vitamins and minerals, these delicious bakes also contain carrots, flax seed and rosemary. As a result, these treats are high in fibre, help prevent bad breath and great for healthy skin
Spaniels Tail: Green and Wild's baked antler biscuits review
Treat size left (apple & carrot), biscuit size right (salmon & kelp)
 
 
Verdict and where to buy
Well, it's probably quite obvious from the top photo, but I loved them! Hooman can always tell how much I love treats by the tricks I am willing to perform to get them!

Spaniels Tail Green & Wilds antler bakes review
Be a bear!
Spaniels Tail Green & Wilds antler bakes review
Down!
Spaniels Tail Green & Wilds antler bakes review
Spin!
Spaniels Tail Green & Wilds antler bakes review
Erm.....
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
We also asked our doggy friends Kali the Cavachon and Eli the Nutty Dawg, to review them - positive feedback all round, with the Salmon & Kelp going down particularly well in Eli's household! We love the fact that these are only made with good wholesome ingredients - it is no secret that pet products often leave something to be desired in their ingredients list.
 
So all round top dog marks - the training treats cost £2.79 and the biscuits cost £3.29 - you can also buy a variety of four boxes for £11.99. Clicky here for their biscuity range! They also sell of course the antler chews (a great favourite in this household), plus eco toys and venison treats and offer free delivery over £39.
 
These products were provided for review.
 
 
Giveaway time!
As already mentioned, Green & Wild's were lovely enough to send us enough boxes to be able to do a giveaway! So we have a box of the Crunchy Bakes Salmon & Kelp dog treats, and the Antler Bakes Apple & Carrot dog biscuits, to give away to one lucky doglet! I'm very sorry, but this will only be open to entries from the UK and Europe only, as I am not sure of the international postage restrictions on consumables. I promise the next non-dog treat prize will be open internationally!
 
Good luck!
 


 
 

74 comments:

  1. My chihuahua loves Lily's kitchen treats - I break them up and stuff the pieces inside her little Kong treat thingie-ma-bob (don't know what you call it!) and it keeps her happy for ages!

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  2. Milo loves chicken fillets and pigs ears, but he really likes the Billy + Margot venison sticks - he goes mad for those! :) Laura

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  3. Look at you spinning for treats, Lottie! They must really be yummy!

    Love ya lots♥
    Mitch and Molly

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  4. Lola adores pig's ears. 7pm is pig's ear hour and not a minute later!

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  5. These sound great! Harley and Charlie love antlers and we have never seen any treats that use ground antler!

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  6. my 2 Border Collies love crisp breads!

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  7. Chicken (or any type of meat based treat), loves pigs ears too

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  8. She love biscuit treats all shapes and flavours along side fresh chicken and vegetables would really love the biscuit treats on offer would not last very long!

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  9. My dog likes any food that is ours.... but especially peanut butter.

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  10. those sound excellent products - we will be looking for those in the future

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  11. They love marmite on toast!

    Stacey Melia

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  12. My dog loves cheese and frankfurters

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  13. Our whippet Pippa is greedy and will eat anything!!! our cross terrier loves a bit of cheese x

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  14. Our cocker spaniel loves bananas (and goes nuts for apples and raspberries, often picking his own off our bushes).

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  15. My westie loves pigs ears but they stink and she keeps hiding them under my pillow!

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  16. My poppy goes mad for strawberries especially although she likes any fruit.

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  17. My dog goes completely NUTS for anything cheese related

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  18. My dog loves chicken and duck bones :)

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  19. My dog Barney loves cheese, makes it hard to eat sometimes when he's staring at my sandwiches...

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  20. Chicken feet are a firm favourite with my 2

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  21. My Lab Molly loves dog chews, can't wait for her morning one!

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  22. Pork ribs
    Katie Corr

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  23. my english bull terrier loves peanut butter ^_^

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  24. Archie's favourite treat is always chicken, he'll do anything for it..

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  25. My dog has a strange passion for stale bread

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  26. Interesting combo Salmon and Kelp. Golden Thanks for sharing. Happy Tasty Tuesday. Golden Woofs

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  27. my boys loooooove pigs ears...

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  28. Lynsey Buchanan8 August 2014 at 02:28

    Gravy Bones

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  29. Julia Linsley - Alfie the weinerarmer - loves yes ! CAT BISCUITS!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  30. Our dog Casey, a Siberian Husky, would love to try these. He does tend to eat everything and anything, and is partial to a bit of carrot too x

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  31. our collie loves his tripe filled bones, although he makes quite a mess and I get a growl sometimes when I try and pick it from the floor!!

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  32. My dogs like everything but particularly curry

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  33. Our dog loves cheese & pickle sandwiches

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  34. Spud loves extra strong mints. He will even go into peoples bags if he smells mints

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  35. My boy Charlie, a Welsh Springer Spaniel, loves ~ANY treats at all - he doesn't discriminate! But I think if he could choose anything, it's be hide chews as they last a bit longer (well, slightly!)

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  36. Molly loves baby carrots!

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  37. Homemade liver cake - ensures obedience, at least while the treats last...

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  38. Mine loves grated mozarella! Only allow them a tiny bit though and that's why they hang around the fridge so long

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  39. Our barmy Jack Russell loves mackerel and a cup of tea

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  40. My dog loves crunching carrots! x

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  41. My Airedale Ben loves every dog biscuit lol :D
    Melissa x

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  42. my birds love cashews

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  43. Missie loves a new organic bacon flavoured treat I have found, though she really has a complete fetish for raw carrots. When I am cooking if she sees me peeling carrots she will sit at my feet whining until she gets one.

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  44. Pam Francis Gregory17 August 2014 at 11:37

    My cats love dreamies!

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  45. My border collie Moshy goes mad at the oven, every time I switch it on, he runs round in circles and pounces when using the clicker to light it :)

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  46. My cocker spaniel loves red peppers and peas. Fave is defo liver!

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  47. My dog Moshy goes mad at the oven, every time I go to switch it on he runs round in circles and pounces when I press the clicker to light it :)

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  48. Literally anything fishy.... usually the cats food. She also loves a cup of tea and a ginger biscuit (freshly stolen from me!)

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  49. our molly loves chicken :D any type she adroes it

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  50. Pigs Ears, Pork Scratchings, liver, everything meaty really

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  51. Deer antlers are they favourite thing to chew

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  52. Anything fruity - picking the blackberries off the bushes at the moment.

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  53. My Shortie loves most meaty goodies. He loves dried sausages. :-)

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  54. Vegas loves a frozen strawberry...only trouble is he rolls around on it before eating it, so he ends up all pink :)

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