The dogs have subtle ways of telling me what they want for Christmas. It's often made very clear that they like food. There is always at least a dog or two milling around the kitchen. Since all of the food Jason and I prepare in our kitchen is organic and often local, I get the hint that the dogs prefer to eat like we humans do. So what else could be at the top of the dogs Christmas list other than Ginger's Treats? There is nothing more local than treats made by our West Seattle neighbor with Washington and Oregon ingredients. Ginger's Treats are USDA Organic and best of all they are absolutely delicious. Well, I assume this is true by the way Wilhelm, Brychwyn and Huxley wolf Ginger's Treats down. I have never tried one but the treats smell so good I am not ashamed to admit to having been tempted.
I recently discovered that the success of Ginger's Treats means that it is time for the one woman and one dog company to grow. A bigger organic treat company doesn't actually mean that Ginger's Treats will be a physically larger snack (as Wilhelm, Brychwyn and Huxley had hoped.) More Ginger's Treats does mean that more dogs have the opportunity to eat nutritious dog cookies that are not only healthy for them but for the planet as well. In order to afford to move to a larger kitchen space, Ginger's Treats has launched a Kickstarter campaign with wholesome holiday goodies for dogs as backer rewards. What dog wouldn't love to find a five year supply of organic dog treats under the tree? Are you listening Santa?
Would your dogs like a stocking full of Ginger's Treats?