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Doggy Delirious

Posted on Tuesday, August 13th, 2013 at 8:00 am
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Doggy Delirious is a company based out of Seattle, Washington dedicated to make healthy treats for our furry friends. The treats are made using 100% human grade ingredients. No corn, wheat, sugar or salt is used. No preservatives or artificial ingredients are added. Doggy Delirious offers peanut butter, apple cinnamon, cheesy, minty, sweet potato, pumpkin, and cranberry bones for dogs. All treats are made with the freshest produce and whole grains. The treats are baked to perfection in to low fat bone shaped biscuits. They are an all-natural way to treat your dog during training. The treats are suitable for dogs of all ages. The all-natural dog food company is always looking for opportunities to reduce their environmental footprint. The dog treats are packaged in 100% recycled paperboard containers. Prices vary, but most packages are under $10. Visit their official website for more information and look for Doggy Delirious products in a variety of health conscious stores near you.

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