Reduce your pup's carbon-pawprint with the Superfood Dog Treats: Peanut Butter, Cricket, and Pumpkin from Chippin! Our sweet furry friends are currently responsible for 30% of the world's meat consumption, an industry we all know puts a major strain on our planet. So, what’s Chippin’s solution? A healthier, cleaner, and greener protein source: crickets! Cricket flour only requires a single gallon of water and produces zero-methane emissions (looking at you, cows!). It's also higher in Omega-3 and B12 contains more than TRIPLE the amount of protein than beef and chicken. Chippin bakes their dog treats in small batches and adds in all sorts of nutritious and yummy ingredients like oats, pumpkin, blueberries, and flaxseed, making them especially good for dogs with allergies or food sensitivities. No corn or wheat fillers, here! These crunchy bites are sure to become your dog's fave snack and you'll feel great knowing their health and that of the planet are a priority!
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