Most of you who know us, know we are very much about family...But what does that really mean? In the more traditional sense it means parents, grandparents, kids, and yes even our dogs sharing a bond to help run the Old Dog Cookie Company. Day to day operations are not always easy and our "conference table" might have dogs begging and kids and adults in spirited debates, but at the end of the day we would not have it any other way! One of the best parts of running our company has been our customers and their dogs. Over the years you have shared with us, stories of accomplishments, joy, courage, and at times sadness. Some of you have even come to visit us with your dog. In a greater sense, we are all family. We are all bonded by a fierce love for our dog(s) and we all want the best for them. This idea is why we started our company. We understand when you purchase our products you are buying something for an important family member and we promise to continue to give you and your dog our individual best!
You have asked and we are excited to finally offer you our Tiny Diabetic treats in bulk. We have also taken time this year to connect with veterinary ophthalmologists around the country. If you dog has had cataract surgery, we would love to hear about it and send samples of our treats to your vet. We hope you will check out our new Vet Approved section on our website.
As we move into 2020 we will continue to improve our packaging along with our social media presence. We love to share our "family" so please keep your stories and photos coming!
As we close out 2019 there is no better time to say THANK YOU for being a part of our "family". The Old Dog team is truly grateful for all our past and present customers both human and canine.
Our dogs teach us so much - and from our two Old Dogs (Spirit and Olive); unleash joy, hope, and most of all love this holiday season!
We are often asked, "Why do you use grains and carbohydrates in your treats?"
In this blog we share with you some thoughts as well as a recent article published by the NY Times.