A gourmet upgrade to spray cheese and peanut butter that’s perfect for sneaking into treat toys, dressing up dinner, or rewarding the goodest boys and girls. Simple nutrition packed into a mess-free tube for happy treating.


Beef Liver and Pumpkin Dog Treat

A Healthy Gourmet Upgrade that's Gluten Free, Grain Free, and Made in the USA.


Beef Liver & Pumpkin Treat


Peanut Butter and Banana Dog Treat

Gluten and Grain Free, Xylitol Free, Made in the USA with globally sourced ingredients.


Peanut Buttter & Banana Treat

The American Grassfed Certification guarantees that our livestock is raised healthily with no antibiotics, on eco-friendly ranches that bolster rural economies in the US. Grass-fed meat is lean, yet packed with good fats, not to mention antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals—and wag-worthy flavor.




Beef Liver
Single Ingredient Dog Treat

Made from 100% American Grassfed Certified Beef Liver, humanely raised and sustainably sourced


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Beef Heart
Single Ingredient Dog Treat

Made from 100% American Grassfed Certified Beef heart, humanely raised and sustainably sourced


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Keep a good thing going. The pork in our treats is raised humanely without hormones or antibiotics in Washington State at a farm that prioritizes earth-friendly practices. Pigs are nourished with specially formulated non-GMO verified diets, fresh air, and sunlight.

We won’t duck our responsibility. Maple Leaf Farms is the first duck producer in America to establish Duck Well-Being Guidelines, ensuring their flocks live in ideal conditions with ample light and fresh air. What’s more, they created the Trident Stewardship Program to help other farms do the same—all while running a sustainable, community-minded duck farm.



Pork with Superfood

Made with Pork, Sweet Potatoes, Broccoli, Spinach, Goat Milk, and Blueberries. That's it.


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Duck with Superfood

Made with cage free duck from Maple Leaf Farms, Sweet Potatoes, Carrots, Kale, Goat Milk, and Blueberries. That's it.


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Treat them like family.

B Corps are the good guys: companies who champion the right thing—for staff, customers, and the environment. We’re proud to be not just a member, but a four-time winner of the Best for the World: Environment award.

We’ve been family-owned and operated since 1996. Pets aren’t the only ones we treat like family—we’ve also been named “Best Place to Work in Montana” as well as “One of America's Best Small Companies” by Forbes Magazine.  


We’re in it for the wags. We’ll replace or refund anything that doesn’t induce a happy dance. Read More »

Treats FAQ

What is your guarantee/return policy?

West Paw stands by our Love It Guarantee, just like all of our other products. Please visit our guarantee page to fill out our form or learn more.

How long will your Freeze-Dried Treats Last?

Our freeze-dried treats have a best-by date that is 18 months from the time they are packaged. Freeze-dried treats should be kept in a sealed container, like the ziplock they come in.

Are there preservatives in your freeze-dried treats?

The freeze-dried treats are preservative-free. In addition, we have sourced proteins that come from animals that are raised without growth hormones and antibiotics.

The Beef Liver and Beef Heart have just one ingredient. 
The Pork and Duck Superfoods have up to 6 ingredients, none of which are preservatives.

How long will your Creamy Treats last?

Our creamy treats have a best-by date that is 18 months from the time they are packaged. Therefore, Creamy treats should be used by the "best by" date. 

Are there preservatives in your creamy treats?

Peanut butter and banana is preservative-free. Because the ingredients are all plant-based (peanuts and bananas) there are no antibiotics or hormones in the ingredients.

Beef Liver and Pumpkin treat contain a small amount of a natural preservative called lysine.

My peanut butter banana creamy treat is oily or has separated, is this normal?

Our Peanut Butter Banana treat uses freshly ground peanuts and like any natural peanut butter in your pantry, the oil can separate. Our recommendation is to knead the tube prior to opening.

Is there any sugar in any of your treats?

There are zero added sugars in our treats.

Where can I find additional nutritional information?

Please see our Guarantee Analysis on the product pages as well as on the back of each package for a detailed ingredients list. This analysis measures protein, moisture, fat, fiber, and calculates calories in our treats. 

Is your Peanut Butter and Banana Creamy Treat Vegan?

Yes. Our Banana Creamy Treat does not contain any animal byproducts.

Your treats are grain-free, what about DCM?

Dilated Cardiomyopathy (DCM) is a serious issue in some dogs. According to the Journal of Animal Science, there is no link between grain-free foods to DCM.

We recommend those dog owners who are concerned about DCM should work with their vets and trusted experts as well as feed their dogs a balanced diet and monitor and control their dogs' caloric intake (including the amount of treats).

Is your sourcing from humane/sustainable farms? How do you know that?

We work with the American Grassfed Association (AGA) as well as with our processor and co-packer to make sure the proteins are sourced from farms and ranches that humanely and sustainably raise their livestock. The pork in our treats is raised humanely without hormones or antibiotics in Washington State at a farm that prioritizes earth-friendly practices.

Where are your treats manufactured?

Freeze dried treats are made in Oregon and packaged in Utah.
Creamy treats are made and packaged in Utah.

Can you freeze your creamy treats? 

Yes you can freeze the freeze dried treats for storage, but it is not necessary.


We do not recommend freezing the creamy treats for storage. The Beef Liver and Pumpkin should be refrigerated.

If you are preparing a treat mix in a Toppl or other toy to freeze, all our treats can be frozen in a toy for a cool and refreshing treat.

Does freeze drying affect nutritional content of the food?

We believe that freeze drying does not affect the nutritional content of our foods. However, some proponents of raw foods for pets may argue that processing of any sort has the potential to change the nutritional content. We have chosen to freeze dry to be as close to raw as possible, with added safety for pets. There are no health risks to ingesting freeze dried foods.