Healthy Dogma Peanut Butter Barkers Natural Dog Treats 6.2 oz Cup

Healthy Dogma



SKU: 660335865677

Product Description

Peanut Butter Barkers are a delicious and smart treat choice for your best friend. Made of all-natural ingredients, they are a good source of protein and carbohydrates. And what dog doesn’t love peanut butter?!

When it comes to making healthy decisions about your dog’s nutrition, make sure you pick a treat that has no additives or artificial fillers. Healthy Dogma products are made with all-natural ingredients and no toxic chemicals or residues. The Barkers product line from HD provides a yummy snack in a small, bite-size form. Your canine will go crazy for their bone-like shape!


No corn, wheat or soy!

Ingredients: Peanut flour, pea flour, potato, tapioca, tomato pomace, chicken fat (preserved w/mixed tocopherols), cranberry, carrot, sweet potato, celery, parsley, lettuce, water cress

Guaranteed Analysis:
Crude Protein (min) 11%
Crude Fat (min) 7%
Crude Fiber (max) 8%
Moisture (max) 6%

Made in Michigan, and all ingredients are sourced in the USA.


  • Weight: 0.75 lb
  • Width: 3 in
  • Depth: 3 in
  • Height: 4 in

5 reviews

Baby's Favorite Treat

Posted by on April 18, 2017

Our lab, Baby loves her treats and especially the ones with peanut butter.

Peanut Butter

Posted by Bruce Davidson on March 11, 2017

My dog loves these treats with peanut butter – She and I love peanut butter.

great treat

Posted by Doina on December 15, 2015

Our Sonny loves this treats. Happy to see the larger size packaging!

Excellent treat for my Pups!

Posted by Barbara on December 17, 2014

My dogs really enjoy these treats, and woof them down every time. I have purchased these multiple times, and will continue to buy them, as they are healthy treats and my dogs really enjoy them.

Peanut Butter Lovers!

Posted by Kim Miller on November 4, 2014

This is my second order and I was thrilled to find that these are now available in a larger size! My German Shepherd Diesel absolutely loves these so much! Whenever he comes in from outside he heads for the shelf where I keep the treats and sits and stares at the container waiting for his treat.