Dogs continue their reign as man's best friend, able to guide their owners across the tundra and tell them the truth about a misspelled back tattoo. Celebrate trusted canine companions with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of all-natural dog treats, apparel, and accessories from Valleyview Gourmet Treat Shop.
Valleyview crafts all-natural, preservative- and chemical-free edibles for four-legged companions, as well as apparel and accessories. Endeared pooches taste the sweetness of pack hierarchy with an array of treats, such as bacon-n-cheddar twists ($3.50 for a pack of 36) or truffles of peanut butter and carob, a dog-friendly alternative to chocolate ($1.50 for a pack of four). Accompany either with Buried Treasure treats or pup-cakes to create the Bow-Wow combo ($5+). Dog food selections curb hunger for homework and mail satchels and include edibles such as Muttin' but the Best homemade stew, a blend of chicken breast or lean ground beef with rolled oats, fresh vegetables, kidney beans, and molasses ($1/100 gr tub). Pups with hearty appetites can request The Bark-Out combo ($20), 12 tubs of stew with 72 bacon-n-cheddar twists and six frozen treats, and owners of fashion-conscious fidos can swath them in a handcrafted dog quilt (29"x33", $20) or a new wardrobe of colourful knit sweaters ($12+) and collar ascots. Today's Groupon includes free shipping.
Valleyview Gourmet Treat Shop
As dog owners, the couple behind Valleyview Gourmet Treat Shop understands how important pups are to their owners, and how the loyal friends better the quality of their lives. They decided to open up a shop supplying all-natural treats to help dog lovers return the sweet devotion of their furred friends. They craft the house-made snacks from good-for-canine ingredients such as peanut butter and carob—a chocolate substitute—to ensure each bite is rich in vitamins and fibre. The duo also helps owners doll up their puppy pals with apparel such as sweaters, which keep them snug, warm, and ready for Cosby impersonations. As a tribute to the power of the pooch, the couple also created Paws in Need, a charitable endeavor they designed to help both pets and owners.