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If you’re like most dog lovers, your favorite pooch will have a gift (or two) waiting for him under the tree this year. On Christmas Day, surprise your friendly Fido with eco-friendly dog treats from Bark for Peace. This brand new “barkery” specializes in delicious vegan, human-grade, and allergen- and gluten-free biscuits and jerky chews that come with tasty ingredients like blueberries, coconut, and sweet potato. Bark for Peace also sells natural soaps infused with organic aloe and oats to soothe, and pure essential oils to deodorize and help repel fleas and ticks. Is your favorite pup in need of a new toy? Give him a Bark for Peace recycled wool tug rope made from old sweaters and keep your dog tugging for hours. Sounds like a regular holiday miracle.

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We (my dog and I) LOVE Bark For Peace treats! Not only are the treats fabulous but the company is great too - super conscientious,friendly and a pleasure to deal with...arf arf!

This stuff rocks! My ridgeback Mohican just loves it!



Thanks for the shout-out! Not only can you enjoy our treats with your dog, they're in 100% biodegradable/compostable packaging! woof!woof! :)

Absolutely love Bark for Peace! I love that they are extremely conscientious in their product choices which is important to me. My pup and all her friends go crazy for the treats....you can tell that they're made with love and care. Love the sweet potato jerky for humans too!

The best dog treats on the planet, bar none.

Our dog runs to the kitchen when we say, Bark for Peace! The treats are worth the price -- no hidden junk.

The sweet potatoe jerky is a huge hit with my dogs. And the soap makes not only the dog smell good, but the whole house. Yea, Bark for Peace!

Wonderful healthy wheat-free treats! Oh, did I mention tasty? My dogs did- they give a big PAWS UP to Bark for Peace treats!

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