Superfood Dog Treats: Peanut Butter, Cricket, and Pumpkin
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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-Read More