Make a Difference. Support Our Troops and their Pets!
THOSE WHO CHOOSE TO SERVE OUR COUNTRY demonstrate honor, courage and commitment every day - sacrificing for the greater good. Military service commitments can sometimes leave brave men and women at an unfortunate crossroad. Whether a deployment, PCS or training, military members face unique challenges as pet owners. Luckily, there is an organization which aims to help them.
Through a common love of dog and country, 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.
Dogs on Deployment founded by Alisa & Shawn Johnson. Military members themselves, they believe that every member in a military family is important–including the furry ones. Learn how you can help a military member at www.dogsondeployment.org
Pictured: Tanzie, the 2017 Dogs on Deployment Mascot. To learn more about Tanzie's story, visit www.thetanzieproject.org
Blueberry & Peanut Butter Soft-Baked
Net wt. 5.0 oz
Made in the USA
Rolled Oats, Honey, *Palm Oil, Whey, Vanilla, Rice Flour, Blueberry, Peanut Butter (ground peanuts) & Natural Smoke Flavor.
Analysis: Crude Protein Min 7.61% - Crude Fat Min 15.28% - Crude Fiber Max .83% - Moisture Max 12.08%
24 Calories per .25 oz (approx 1 treat)
A great treat for our yellow lab and basset hounds!
Posted by Unknown on Jul 1st 2019
Our dogs really enjoy these and they seem to be a healthy treat option.
Picky Dog Can't Get Enough
Posted by Unknown on May 7th 2019
I have a very fussy Husky who refuses pupperoni, if she can have these instead. My daughter bought a bag to try, that as a mistake. We have purchased a few more, but they are a little pricey for the amount you get. I know they are assisting military dog owners, but my Husky and Great Dane expect more than one at a time