Our good pals over at Plato Pet Treats are introducing Hundur’s Crunch, a unique new line of Icelandic Fish Treats for dogs and want our readers to be among the first to try these yummy and all-natural snacks. They’ve generously offered to sponsor a GIVEAWAY and one lucky winner will receive a PAW-tastic prize bundle including 3 bags of Hundur’s Crunch Fish Treats for Dogs and a super CUTE Plato Pet Treats T-Shirt! Read on to learn more…
About Hundur’s Crunch Fish Treats for Dogs
Hundur’s Crunch is a brand new line of sustainably sourced Icelandic Fish treats for dogs made with only TWO ingredients: Cod Skin & Golden Redfish Skin. Made with NO added sugars, artificial preservatives, by-products, artificial colors, or protein-meals, these fishy treats are also completely grain-free, soy, wheat, corn, fillers, and gluten free.
The Plato Way uniquely cooks treats to maintain maximum nutrition, never freeze-dried. These single-source novel protein treats are especially good for overweight dogs, or dogs with skin issues, allergies, and food sensitivities due to naturally occurring Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids.
Where to buy Hundur’s Crunch Fish Treats
These grain-free and all-natural Plato Pet Treats are available at several fine pet supply retailers. They come in 3 shapes & sizes and we’ve spotted them for sale online at $4.99 per 3.50 oz bag at the links below:
- Hundur’s Crunch Jerky Fingers: Great chewy replacements for rawhides and bones!
- Hundur’s Crunch Jerky Rolls: Shaped sushi-style and a fun treat for fish loving dogs!
- Hundur’s Crunch Jerky Minis: Bite-sized and perfect for small dogs and as training treats!
Win a Plato Pet Treats Prize Bundle
This giveaway is open to US residents age 18+ and is void where prohibited by law. One lucky winner will be randomly selected from all valid entries and will receive a prize pack including all three varieties of Hundur’s Crunch Fish Treats + a Plato Pet Treats T-Shirt. Giveaway ends October 11, 2015 at 11:59pm ET. Enter using the Rafflecopter widget below and claim as few or as many optional entry methods as you like. Good luck!