Old Mother Hubbard intros grain-free dog treats

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Old Mother Hubbard intros grain-free dog treats

Old Mother Hubbard is looking to help pet owners change the way they treat their furry family members by introducing its first grain-free treats.

In addition to the three new formulas, the Tewksbury, Mass.-based company also unveiled its first fan-submitted flavor that will now become part of the brand’s lineup.

The grain-free options from the brand include:

  • All the fixins, which is turkey and sweet potato flavored;

  • Pick of the patch, which has pumpkin and carrot flavors; and

  • P-nuttier ‘n nanners, which is peanut butter and banana flavored.

The fan-submitted flavor, chosen from the brand’s 2017 Battle of the Biscuit contest, is the wheat-free chicken pot pie flavor.

“Snack time is one of the best parts of the day—for you and your dog—and while pet parents love our current flavors, we wanted to make sure dogs with grain sensitivities could also enjoy our delicious oven-baked dog biscuits,” Chris Hood, senior brand manager, said. “With each of our new unique flavor combinations, we're giving pet parents more options to mix up snack time. So when they reach into the cupboard, they can treat their furry friends with an assortment of exciting flavors that they'll love.”

Each of the new recipes is now available for purchase in mini bone-shaped biscuits. Retail locations can be found by checking out the store locator on the company’s website.