Review: Organix Oraganic Dog Cookies

Castor & Pollux claim on their packaging that they “make stuff pets love.” Now, Rye, the Lab X of sorts loves anything he can eat in one gulp, so he’s not the best litmus test. Lucky, on the other hand, prefers action to food and will happily leave a treat for a ball. What say the Big Black Mutts on this organic, wheat and corn free snack?

I picked up Organix Organic Chicken Flavored dog cookies on a whim and the local non-chain grocer. Not because they’re organic, to me that’s a silly marketing buzzword that won’t ride off into the sunset soon enough. And not because they are “Made in the USA,” though that is important to me. But really, honestly, because they were there.

The cookies are 8 calories a piece and are shaped like cartoon turkey drumsticks. And lemme tell you, the Big Black Mutts cannot get enough of these. Though they’re not for human consumption, they have a great chickeny smell to my discerning nose. The Big Black Mutts go nuts over them.

In fact, this is what all-i-care-about-is-the-ball-Lucky says to Rye when the Organix come out:

He doesn’t really mean it and fully intends to share. I think.

Organic is important to some pet owners and C&P go into detail on their packaging and on their website why their products are organic. I care more about treats my dogs will love and hopefully supporting local (non-chain pet stores and grocers) and small enterprises whenever possible. For me, Organix dog cookies are a win and Lucky & Rye give it the Big Black Mutts Blue Ribbon Seal of Approval:

Blue Ribbon

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