Forthglade, the Devon-based makers of natural dog food is putting its best paw forward - launching a new range of healthy treats and we have all four recipes to giveaway to one lucky winner and certainly one very lucky dog.



Not your everyday dog treats, each of the tasty recipes are 100% natural, grain-free and hand-baked.  They not only taste good but also serve a functional purpose; supporting development, health, and to reward good behaviour in our canine companions. The hypo-allergenic healthy treats are also completely free from any junk or fillers.

  • Calming

Packed with chicken and beneficial botanicals, including camomile, lemon balm and skullcap, to help reduce stress and anxiety.  

  • Fresh Breath

Turkey is brought together with a blend of peppermint, parsley and rosemary, which not only aids fresh breath, but can also improve poor digestion, a common cause of bad breath.

  • Joints & Bones

A salmon treat, which includes glucosamine and chondroitin to support strong, healthy bones, and anti-inflammatory, green-lipped mussel, to support supple joints, and ease movement for dogs who suffer from arthritis.

  • Training Treats

Packed with cheese, apples and blueberries, making them irresistible to beloved canine companions, and helping to keep up motivation during training.

Available in 150g bags retailing at £2.99 each, the Forthglade treats range has been developed using the same quality ethos that the Devon-based producers are renowned for; nutritious, protein rich and tail-waggingly tasty. For more information on these tasty treats or to learn more about Forthglade’s full range of delicious meals for dogs, visit 

For your chance to win a bag from the full range (x4 150g bags) simply answer the question below:

Which famously calming herb is used within Forthglade’s Calming Functional Treats?




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Closing Date : 30th September 2017

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And the lucky winner is :

Richard, County Durham

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