Invite your pup to enjoy the best part of the holidays with The Lazy Dog Cookie Co. Home For The Holidays Maple Glazed Ham Dog Treats. These snacks may look like a holiday treat fresh out of the oven, but there are health benefits hiding in the all-natural rolled oats, honey, vanilla and maple that give these treats a special twist—just don’t tell your pup! A delicious treat made with love and compassion—and the natural sources of fiber are a terrific way to boost your pup's digestion. Made without corn, wheat, soy, or meat, these cookies are the perfect treat for pups with sensitivities or allergies to typical pet food ingredients, and will be safe for most pups at the feast.
Wholesome ingredients like rolled oats, honey, vanilla and maple create a delicious recipe with health benefits, making these cookies more than just a holiday treat.
These treats are made with compassion and love for all animals—including your pet!
Packed with natural fiber sources, each bite is a fantastic way to sneak a little extra fiber in your pup’s diet.
Because these treats are made without wheat, corn, soy, or meat, they're ideal for pups with sensitivities or allergies to your typical pet food ingredients.
Made without GMOs and with sustainably-harvested ingredients—making these morsels a great treat for your pup, and the environment!
The Lazy Dog Cookie Co. has some great products - their Mutt Mallows and these seasonal "mallow" treats are awesome. They are like a soft-baked, oatmeal cookie and they smell AMAZING! So amazing in fact, I was so curious about the taste I broke a teeny tiny piece off of one and ate it - and it was delicious; I have no regrets. I wish they made this in a cookie form for people. So I am totally excited about these treats and hope they have them every holiday season and hope Lazy Dog comes out with more flavors - all for my dog of course. My dog loves these treats,and I love to see my dog super excited about them too. I highly recommend!
My Pom loves theses treats
on Dec 14, 2019
My Pomeranian is very picky and when these came in the house she could smell them and was scarcthing at the box , shes a huge chewwy fan and knows the box when it comes in the house, and now every day she goes to the counter where her treats are and sits down and bark's at the jar for me to get her one or two. She loves them. Jasmine says I can't wait till they are back in stock please hurry my mommy said she would get me more soon and my mommy loves me and doesn't lie.
Not her favorite
on Dec 27, 2019
She liked the flavor, I think.... but it was too large for her mouth. Treat disintegrated into crumbs. She only ate part of one. Hasn't touched the others
My favorite holiday treat
on Dec 22, 2019
My dog loves these and so do I because they are so easy to crumble for him. His teeth are not able to chew hard treats anymore so these are perfect.
Maple Glazed Ham Treats
on Nov 20, 2019Top 250 Contributor
They smell really good and apparently must taste good, too, because my picky boy chowed them down. They are nice and soft and break up nicely into smaller pieces.
Pup loves these!!!!
on Oct 22, 2019
Soft and easy to break up - causing some little crumbs but our pup licks up every last bit
on Oct 22, 2018
My extremely picky eater female cairn, especially when it comes to treats, went crazy for these cookies. She couldn't get enough and sniffed around for more. I thought she would lick a hole in the floor!! Will definitely reorder and keep in stock. Thanks, Chewy, for making these treats available.
Our Dog Loves These
on Nov 16, 2018
Our dog always seems to love the Lazy Dog holiday treats. Last year's Vanilla maple treat available around Christmas time is still his favorite, but this one runs a close second.
Awesome Holiday Treat!
on Dec 23, 2018Top 250 Contributor
Bite size. Dense. Super cool to give my dog treats the flavor of holiday meals! Perfect holiday treat for pets!
Is this a joke?
on Oct 13, 2018
These are classified as vegetarian and even vegan. However, the ingredients include pork and whey. Um what? When is it ever ok to mislabel food?? What if the dog is lactose intolerant or sensitive to animal protein? What is wrong with you??