Zuke's Mini Naturals Dog Treats
Take your dog’s training to a tasty new level with healthy and nutritious Mini Naturals from Zuke's. Minis are the ideal size for frequent rewards without overfeeding. At just 3.5 calories each, every moist little morsel is packed full of quality protein, wholefood antioxidants, and a mouthwatering taste.
Dog trainers recommend Mini Naturals – they hold their shape in your pocket or bait bag. Just one delicious little Mini and your dog will be begging to learn all kinds of new tricks.
Feed anytime for a snack or reward.
- Real chicken is the #1 ingredient
- Less than 3.5 calories per treat
- Great for training
- Wholefood ingredients
- No wheat, corn or soy
- Made in the USA
Zuke's Dog & Cat Treats
Our Story and Commitment to Keeping Pets Healthy
In 1995, Patrick Meiering and his devoted dog, Zuke, took a long, glorious hike in the Colorado Mountains. Typically an energetic pup, Zuke became exhausted. So, Patrick broke off a piece of his energy bar, tossed it to him and Zuke perked right up. It was at that moment Patrick realized that pets need healthy, natural treats just as much as people do. From the beginning, Zuke’s has always been focused on providing healthy treats that fuel a pet’s daily adventures. The company was built on our dedication to being healthy, active, and devoted to our animal companions.
We are committed to #FueltheLove through the Dog and Cat Cancer Fund (DCCF).
The DCCF, an independent nonprofit organization was created by Zuke’s founder Patrick Meiering and his brother Chris in 2007 after both Zuke and their childhood dog succumbed to canine cancer. DCCF is dedicated to supporting cancer prevention and awareness, and providing needy pet parents with financial assistance for cancer-related treatments and care.
“Zuke’s donates a portion of all product sales to the Dog and Cat Cancer Fund. We invest in this organization because we passionately believe that the ability to pay one’s vet bills shouldn’t be a factor in giving pets a fighting chance against this terrible disease.” - Chris Meiering, Zuke’s Director of Marketing.