Simply Wild Dog Treats by Green Pet Organics, is a new 100% natural line of treats for dogs inspired by the pure snow peaks of the Rockies, the lush greenery of the Great Smoky Mountains and the poetic beauty of the Grand Canyon. Simply Wild is a line of all-natural holistic dog biscuits that mother nature would be proud of.
Using real whole foods like farm fresh vegetables, nutrient-rich fruits, human grade meats, wild game and omega-rich wild trout, Simply Wild maintains a strict philosophy that less is more, simple is better. No wheat, no corn, no soy and never anything artificial.
My dog went nuts before I ever got the package open, and then once I did, he gobbled it right up.
Drove my dogs "simply wild" by Deb from Plano, TX01/27/2010
All three of my Italian Greyhounds loved these treats. One counter-surfed and got a few extra.
I like the ingredients - very healthy. Abbey, Nick and Harlow said to send them more!!! Thanks!
This treats were welcomed home... by Amanda from West Virginia01/23/2010
I actually have two dogs who are completely different from each other. I have a 4 month male Beagle Mix named Riley and then a 9 year old female Husky named Sky. They are like day and night but both seemed to enjoy these treats so these Simply Wild treats were welcomed home with open arms.
All crumbs - worst purchase ever by Peter from Philadelphia, PA12/25/2011
The product looked good, but when it arrived 2/3 of it were crumbs. Called the customer service number and they sent out a replacement. The replacement was also 2/3 crumbs. There was no manufacturer contact information on the package. Odd that the manufacturer will try to stay anonymous. I will never buy this products again. Sticking to my natures variety dog treats
Simply Wild Venison and Apple - Good quality treat by lovecamping from Rustburg, Va.01/26/2010
I have 2 - 8 year old dogs who are very picky eaters and very protective of their treats. One dog is a Shih Tzu and the other is a Tibetan Spaniel. Both sniffed the package and could hardly wait for me to get it open. They both quickly took their treat and went to hide them from the other. I have not seen them eat the treats yet, but hiding them is a good sign that they will like them. They are both trained as self-feeders and frequently "save" their favorite treats by hiding them. The treats smell good and seem to be of high quality.
2 out of 3.... thumbs up! by sallyzhome from Greenville, SC01/25/2010
I take in strays & work with them until I can place them with a new home. Currently, I have a pit mix, Eli. He actually was not a stray> just a bit problematic for his owner =( & Eli LOVED these treats! Minnie is my golden mix & she LOVED these treats. However, Buddy, my shih-tsu mix, was not crazy about them. /he carried it off but allowed the others to come get his treat. Buddy is my VERY picky eater (there's ALWAYS one in the group, lol)! Maybe the venison was too much for him? idk but the others say YES =)
Yummy,says my Cairn by Terriermom from Austin,Texas03/26/2010
My Cairn is picky and she loves these treats. She liked the Bison ones also. Entirely Pets is the best.