Isle Of Dogs Blueberry Treats

Isle Of Dogs Whole Oats + Blueberries “Health”

Dried kelp an yucca extract make for an interesting, yet delicious whole-grain choice for blueberry dog treats!

Isle Of Dogs Back Of PackageAll natural and made with U.S. sourced ingredients, the Isle of Dogs‘ Health (Whole Oats and Blueberry) dog treats are an anti-oxidant rich choice.

Isle of Dogs big claim to fame is whole food-based ingredients:
“All ingredients are obtained from whole food sources including grains, fruits, vegetables and herbs with no addition of synthetic vitamins, fillers, or additives.”

Whole food-based ingredients sound good to me… a good shake of the box and my pups come running!

Just like the picture depicts on the box, the treats a heart shaped – the perfect way to show my dogs that I truly love them. They also make a cute photo on Instagram!

Isle Of Dogs Box Information:


Barley flour, oat flour, rice flour, cane molasses, flaxseed, whole rolled oats,  dried skim milk, canola oil (preserved with mixed tocopherols), carrots, blueberries, sweet potatoes, apples, dried kelp, brewer’s dried yeast, dried parsley flakes, yucca shidigera extract.

Guaranteed Analysis:

Crude Protein (Min) – 9%
Crude Fat (Min) – 7%
Crude Fiber (Max) – 8.5%
Moisture (Max) 10%

Calorie Content ME Calculated:

31000 kcals/kg: 22 kcals/biscuit

Feeding Recommendations:

2-4 Biscuits per day
Not for human consumption

The Eight Paw Review Concludes:

5 Paw
These treats get 5 out of 8 paws!

The price is decent (I picked them up at Ross for $3.99) as compared to the suggested $7.99 retail price. Amazon has them at half price – a pretty awesome bang for your buck! They don’t smell like anything fancy to the human nose, and to the human tongue it was pretty bland. They are created with Canola Oil, which is not my ideal choice. However, my dogs do enjoy them and especially loved when I shook the box to get their attention. Unfortunately, the bag of treats inside the box is not resealable so the box becomes fireplace tinder after opened. I would also expect more treats in total since the box is so big, and dogs really do enjoy them.

I give big kudos to Isle of Dogs for their whole foods-based approach, and look forward to reviewing their other treat flavors. (They even make the treats in mini size!) I would recommend you give them a try.

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Stacey Troilo
An avid equestrian, cyclist and mounted archer, Stacey is an experienced branding and social engagement consultant for small to mid-sized businesses. Her passion for homeopathy and emergency preparedness has been showcased around the web.