Rated 5 out of 5 by Cindy2 Grandma Lucy's Organic Cookies Blueberry
My dog Daisy just loves these. She won't stop staring at the bag till she gets one. They are very fresh and flavorful.
October 30, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Artimid Great, all around, treats
First, I will admit that I ate one (or two..).. I couldn't avoid it after reading the reviews. These taste like the cookies I could buy for people at a local grocery store. If I had kids around the house, this might be an issue as they would probably try to eat them.
These are possibly the only treat that my dog actually snaps away from me, but that could be because she thinks I will eat it and not give her one. They are pretty light, shaped as bears, and are the only grain product we have for the dog. Grains are good every now and then.
The only negative, is the packaging. The zipper part ripped after the third or fourth opening, resulting in dumping these into a ziplock bag. I guess the glue that was holding the resealing zip to the bag, wore off or something. I am thinking about investing in a re-sealing doggy cookie jar for these.
Otherwise, there are a TON of these things, and I think it might be a good idea for us to keep them around the house. When it runs low, I will probably order again, but that will be far off with the quantity of these.
April 22, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Natalie I won't buy them again.
I feel the description was very misleading. When I got the bag and read the ingredients the first ingredient was organic enriched wheat flour. I was not expecting so much grain. The eighth ingredient listed was organic blueberry flavor. I expected real blueberries and not flavoring. Just because these can be called organic does not mean they are a good choice. If I had not thrown out the receipt I would have returned them.
May 19, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by VTChi Such a thing as Negative Stars? Too much sugar!!
I thought these would be a good idea for my chihuahuas since these were small treats. They look almost like the "bear grahams" that are made for children. In fact, they may have more sugar than the ones made for children.
Organic or not, these are way too sweet to feed my dogs and not have them get cavities. Although they liked the taste I did not give more than two. After reading the ingredient list I was appalled. Good thing they were cheap. The ingredients are:
Organic Wheat Flour, Organic Dehydrated Cane Juice, Organic Soybean and/or Organic Sunflower and/or Organic Canola Oil, Organic Rice Starch, Organic Blueberry, Organic Vanilla Extract.
If dehydrated "cane juice", aka Sugar is the second ingredient that means that Wheat is the main ingredient followed by sugar. Starch and sugar? No thanks.
June 1, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by morgan Great training tool
The trainer had these my dog loved them. It's a great way for her to get fruit in.
May 1, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Becky Great treat
I never eat dog treats but after looking at the ingredients I decided to eat one as well. It was really good and my little Harley dances all around begging for one, which is great because he normally does not eat any treat. GOOD JOB on the dog treat Grandma Lucy.
February 9, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by intrepid depends what you are using these for
My dogs very much like both flavors of these treats but if i try to break them, they tend to crumble. The dogs like them a lot and if you feed them whole, your dogs will love them. If using as small training treats, they are not good because they crumble. Taste wise - they love them.
January 8, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by tacoANDtoby2U perfect marriage
Dogs love these cookies. Anytime they hear paper crinkles, they come running like maniacs thinking I am opening the cookie bag. Gave some to my neighbors dog, and now he looks for me every time he is taken out for walks. My neighbor says he stands on his hind legs staring at my patio door. I have to admit they look good enough for anyone to eat and they smell like regular cookies too!
September 24, 2015