Though the human world tends to operate with a dog-eat-dog mentality, the dog world prefers a dog-eat-gourmet-snacks kind of system. Nurture your dog's nature with today's deal: for $10, you get $25 worth of dog biscuits from Blissful Biscuits.
Artist and retired teacher Susan Jacobs whips up a variety of homemade, vegetarian dog treats made from fresh and healthy ingredients. Organic when possible and all hand-selected, each Blissful ingredient is listed on the packaging to cater to health-conscious hounds with allergies and picky palates, and all gourmet cookies come in sealed bags or tins. Squirt's Cheddar Bites ($5 for 8 oz. bag, $7.47–$11.50 for tins) are hand-cut into heart and bone shapes and made with real cheddar, garlic, eggs, and milk. There are five flavors of wheat- and corn-free treats for gluten-free fidos, and specialty treats such as Tootie's Breath Savers and Extreme Charly's Extremely Low Fat PB&J ($5–$12) for smellied and potbellied pooches.
Perfect for teacup poodles or miniature great danes, Bitty Bites ($5–$12) are conveniently portable training treats for tiny mouths. Celebrate your dog's birthday or acceptance to Julliard with pup-appropriate pizzas ($6.99–$9.78), or send gift baskets ($21.45) to the dog-next-door and play Cyrano on behalf of your cold-nosed best friend.