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Tasty and Tail-Wagging Approved: Fetch Club Natural Dog Treats Review

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Many of us are spending time searching for the best and most nutritious dog food we can afford so it makes sense to choose equally healthy dog treats.


Ideally we want to offer our four-legged friends a more wholesome and nutritious snack without all the hidden nasties you often uncover in supermarket treats.


Natural dog treats are a great option. For starters, natural treats often have simpler ingredient lists without artificial additives, colours, or preservatives so may be a good option for dogs with food sensitivities or allergies.

Fetch Club natural dog treats for dogs

Unlike the mystery ingredients lurking in supermarket treats, natural dog treats offer complete transparency. Knowing exactly what your fdog is munching on brings peace of mind.


Lastly, the taste factor can't be ignored. Dogs often find natural treats more delicious, which can make treat time even more enjoyable for both you and your pup !


With so many companies offering natural dog treats where should you start ?


We took a look at Fetch Club, a dog training and walking company focusing on your dog's physical and mental wellbeing. They offer a range of natural and highly nutritious dog treats alongside some mixed Treat Boxes, all sourced right here in the UK.

UPDATED : APRIL 2024 - Fetch Club have extended their range to offer treat boxes aimed at puppies, full of healthy, natural snacks that are perfect for growing pups (suitable for pups over 12 weeks old)

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Natural Dog Treats Review : Fetch Club


1. Who are Fetch Club ?


Fetch Club started back in 2019 as a UK dog training and walking business. As the business went from strength to strength, they realised that their clients were looking for advice on products to use at home.


With their vast experience of dog training, puppy socialising and dealing with canine behavioural challenges, Fetch Club decided to launch a curated shop, focusing only on products they use regularly and recommend.

Fetch Club healthy natural dog treats

We love their ethos - "Use what the trainers use", and they only sell products which they truly believe in and use themselves.


In addition to a premium range of toys, leads and collars, they offer a selection of healthy, natural treats, long-lasting chews and tasty handpicked treat boxes for dogs of all ages.



For 10% off the entire range at Fetch Club,

enter coupon code SMARTBARK at checkout.



2. Natural Dog Treat Review : Fetch Club Range


The Fetch Club natural dog treat range is sourced from UK suppliers and includes some familiar favourites such as yak bars and pigs ears alongside some more unusual offerings like ducks feet and rabbit ears.

Testing Fetch Club Natural Dog Treat Selection

If you fancy dipping your toe in the water but are unsure what to choose, a perfect place to start is their mixed boxes which include a handpicked variety of treats.


Ultimately, you have the benefit of trying lots of different types of treats and better still, they work out great value when compared to buying the individual products (30% saving on single packs when bought as a mixed box).


Whereas lots of rivals simply have one mixed treat box option, Fetch Club have taken the offer a step further and have a range of three different sized boxes - the Mini, Midi and Maxi.


You can choose to buy a single box or Fetch Club offer a dog treat subscription so you can receive a box on a regular basis - every 14 or 28 days.


It's this flexibility that led us to review their smallest box, the Mini Natural Treat Box at just under £12.



3. Natural Dog Treat Review : Contents


The first thing to say is that we were pleasantly surprised by the assortment. Fetch Club clearly used their dog training expertise to create the Mini box.


An interesting combination of both long lasting treats for your dog to enjoy whilst lounging in the kitchen, alongside dog treats that could be cut up and used as high-value rewards whilst training.


Mini natural dog treat selection

Amazingly, their cheapest treat box, the Mini (pictured here) at just under £12 includes :-


Pure pate, a yak stick, rabbit ear, venison meat strips, pigs ear, fish fingers and

duck sausages.



We were already fans of the popular yak sticks and pigs ears, but had never ventured into the realms of fish fingers, rabbits ears or Pure pate.


Freddie loved everything, but as we were unfamiliar with some of the contents, we did a little digging into the benefits :-


Rabbit Ears

Low in fat, so a great treat for dogs with sensitive stomachs and those watching their calories. Also furry rabbit ears have the added bonus of helping to stay on top of intestinal worm problems.


Pigs Ear

A much loved boredom buster and a tried and tested dog chew favourite.


Fish Fingers

Made from 100% fish, easily digestible and the crunchy texture helps remove tartar and plaque from your dog's teeth.


Yak Bar

A healthy long-lasting natural dog chew made from 100% compressed, hardened yak milk. Virtually odourless, rich in protein and gluten-free, ideal for dogs suffering with allergies.


Dog treats - meat strips, duck sausages and pure pate

Pure Pate

A perfect addition to the box as it can be cut into bite-sized pieces for training or spread on a lickimat as a boredom buster (great for soothing anxious dogs).


Duck Sausages

A one ingredient super healthy snack for your dog. It can be given as a reward treat or cut into small pieces and used for training.


Meat Strips

These are either venison or wild boar. We found these were perfect for taking on a dog walk as you can simply pocket one strip and break off pieces as high-value rewards.


As you can see, varied ingredients that can be used in several ways.


The Mini Natural Treat Box contains 6–7 different products with the Midi Box containing 7–8 and their largest box - the Maxi containing 8–9. It's also worth noting that the yak bars and the pure pate rolls are larger in the Midi and Maxi boxes.


If your dog has any allergies, simply let Fetch Club know in the comments section and they will pack an alternative treat.



Fetch Club also offer Letterbox Treat Boxes. Hassle-free treats which land on your doormat! Your trusty Royal Mail Postie will drop a letterbox size package of all-natural treats through your door.

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Our Verdict


Undoubtedly, this is a great natural treat box and we definitely felt we were getting good value for money. It's an ideal option if like us, you want your dog to try some new nutritious and healthy treats.


It's fair to say that our Cockapoo Freddie can be unbelievably fussy when it comes to his food and treats but he genuinely loved them all.


cockapoo eating natural dog treats

The pure pate and duck sausages were game changers for recall training. If you're looking for a high-value treat for training we can guarantee you won't be disappointed.


Ultimately, the larger Midi and Maxi boxes for dogs, work out slightly better value when you take the standard shipping charge into account.


The only flaw we could find was the packaging. The box was a bit crumpled in transit but this was a flaw definitely not a deal breaker and to be honest Freddie couldn't have cared less.


We highly recommend Fetch Club Natural Dog Treat Boxes because not only are they are excellent value for money, but they offer the flexibility to buy a single box or set up a subscription (which you can change, cancel or pause at any time).


Fetch Club boxes certainly liven up your letterbox, making a welcome change from the usual bills and flyers landing on the doormat.



For 10% off the entire range at Fetch Club, enter coupon code SMARTBARK at checkout.


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The Rivals


Testing the best dog treats

If the natural dog treat range from Fetch Club is not quite what you were looking for, don't worry, we've got some other great ideas to keep those tails wagging.


Check out our article featuring the Best Dog Treats in the UK.


We test and review some of the best nutritious treats on the UK market including Pooch & Mutt, Forthglade Soft Bite, Soopa, Naturaw, Walker & Drake, Scrumbles Plant Based and Mr Grub Eco-friendly range


All high-quality, healthy and nutritious.


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