Treat your pup to a delicious treat and make a difference for American troops with the The Lazy Dog Cookie Co. Operation Drool Overload Blueberry & Peanut Butter Dog Treats. These treats may look like unhealthy treats sweet enough to require a trip to the dentist, but there are health benefits hiding in the all-natural rolled oats, honey, pumpkin and cranberry that give these cookies a special twist—just don’t tell your pup! Best of all, The Lazy Dog Cookie Co. Inc. is partnering with Dogs on Deployment, a national non-profit providing vital assistance to military pet owners. Your purchase of healthy and delicious “Operation Drool Overload” will not only have your dog jumping for joy, but will also support an organization that provides the largest network of volunteer boarding homes and pet-related financial aid to U.S. military members.
Wholesome ingredients like rolled oats, honey, pumpkin and cranberry create a delicious recipe with health benefits, making this more than just a cheat-day treat.
Completely vegetarian, 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!
My mini-schnauzer really loves these. They aren't his normal treats. He gets one of these once daily and boy does he look forward to it! I like the company who makes them, I like the concept and the flavors are perfect.
on Sep 27, 2020
My toy poodle Bailey is pretty picky about her treats, and she absolutely loves these! And I love the fact that the purchase of these supports our military and their pets!
Vino loves them help our Vets
on Sep 22, 2020
My dog Vino is very picky. He loves Operation Drool treats. They are made in the USA and support our troops. It’s a win for all.
Excellent For Seniors and Gum Chewers:)
on Apr 23, 2020
These are so great for toothless kids and for Seniors who have a hard time with chewing .They can be messy when breaking them up,but it is worth the mess to see how happy they are when chowing down.My 4older kids,15,two 14yr olds a13yr old and oh lord a 1yr old,just sit nicely waiting for this bag to come out of the treat drawer.Of course everyone needs two.My sweet Lily at fifteen a Sheltie rescue can only eat on one side.The softness of these make it possible to gum them and she does it very easily.So for all you wonderful kids with some or no teeth,let Mom and Dad know with kisses,this is one great cookie.Supporting our Troops is a Bonus!!
on Jun 11, 2020
Ordered these treats for the first time. Our little fur baby LOVES them. She can be somewhat picky at times when it comes to treats but there was no hesitation when she smelled these treats for the first time. Will definitely buy them again.
Fur Baby loves them and They Support a Good Cause
on Jun 13, 2020
Our baby love them already knows what she is getting as soon as she sees the bag. They have become one of her favorites. How can you beat something that the fur Baby likes that supports Veterans.
WAAAY too dry for my girl
on May 5, 2020
Piper has a narrow trachea. Dry stuff makes her cough. These almost disintegrated into powder all over the rug! Maybe they were an old old bag. But I wouldn't get it again no matter how yummy blueberry & peanut butter sounds to me!
Loved these treats! Made in U.S.
on Aug 22, 2020
Beanie became my new best friend when I have her one of these treats.
dog liked them
on May 21, 2020
Pros: They smelled really good, the money goes to a good cause, soft texture...
Cons: Small bag, hard to tear in pieces...
Overall pretty good treat.
Blueberry & Peanut Butter Dog Treats
on Apr 8, 2020
These treats are very well liked by my 14 year old Irish Red and White Setter. They are soft enough for her to eat but still have some crunch. It’s a shame that more of the profit doesn’t go to the veterans.