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‘Win It’ Wed: Max & Ruffy’s Vegan Dog Biscuits

Written by PETA | September 15, 2010

Keeley is extremely disappointed that, as the canine companion of a PETA Foundation staffer, he is ineligible for this week’s “Win It” Wednesday prize:

I’m not even a dog, and Max & Ruffy’s organic vegan dog biscuits, which come in tempting flavors such as Mother Quinoa’s Pumpkin Patch and Five-Star Blueberry, sound tail-waggingly delicious. However, as a consolation prize, today I am going to let Keeley engage in his favorite activity, which is hosting a playdate for his buddies Finn and Bella in the backyard.

How about you? What’s your dog’s favorite treat, edible or otherwise? Is it a game of fetch, a hike in the woods, or just a tummy rub? Tell us about your favorite way to spend quality time with your dog, and the two entrants who most make us want to come back in our next life as their dogs will each snag two boxes of Max & Ruffy’s biscuits. The contest ends on September 29, 2010, and we’ll select the winners on October 1, 2010. Be sure to read our privacy policy and terms and conditions, as you’re agreeing to both by commenting.

Let the puppy pampering commence.

Written by Alisa Mullins

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  • Cory says:

    Foxy Cleopatra is a long-haired Chihuahua and is 17 months old. She is the joy of my life! I have been trying to find some good vegan dog treats and I have been unsuccessful at such. I bought these veggie chips from Petco before, and she did not take to them. If PETA is recommending these ones, then they must be awesome! <3

  • Teslaca says:

    When she was still a puppy, Presh wanted nothing more than to be around people. All sorts of people, but especially older folks and children. So, she earned her Canine Good Citizen award and tested and was certified as a therapy dog at a young age. Truly her favorite thing to do is visit folks in health care settings and cheer them up. She really does enjoy her visits as a treat and gets very excited as we near the places we visit. Being a lanky greyhound, she is tall enough for folks to reach from a wheelchair or a bedside. She’ll put her front paws up on the bed, if requested, as well for a closer visit. Her patience and quiet, friendly nature win everyone over. She looks everyone in the eye and awaits their attention. Many older folks especially really miss their animal companions and enjoy reminiscing or just holding her and giving her affection. Presh truly loves every minute of her visits and enjoys no other treat nearly as much. I bring along food treats for folks to give her, but she’s much more interested in just being with them. Once we get home she gets a Reiki treatment to keep her energy strong and balanced. She enjoys that quiet time, too.

  • Shana says:

    My furry canine friends, Peyton and Autzen, and I just made up a new version of hide-and-seek. We love it! Autzen has a hard time holding still, so he is the seeker while Peyton and I are the hiders. I tell Autzen to stay in one room, and Peyton and I go hide in a closet or behind a bed in another room. I call Autzen, who comes running, sniffer at full power. It takes him a few minutes to seek, and sometimes he forgets what he’s doing, so I call him, again. When he finds Peyton and me, the puppies go crazy with excitement. Then we do it all over, again. I would love to end our games of hide-and-seek with delicious Max & Ruffy’s organic vegan dog biscuits for my sweet boys to enjoy!

  • Lauren says:

    My 4 dogs, Skye, Molly, Roxy, and Murrie, (mix breed rescues) love to go to the creek in the woods by my house and swim. . Skye, the oldest at 9 yrs, will swim non-stop just loving the water while the other three jump all over each other trying to hold the same stick. They all launch off at the same time from a ledge and race to be the first to get the stick or floater and all hold it to bring it back to me, and then repeat! They absolutely love the water and they all get this doggie smile and i know they are having the time of their lives, everytime. And their favorite treat at home is a whole coconut, husk and all, and its very good for their teeth. I LOVE MY PACK OF DOGGIES!!!

  • Nichole Pounders says:

    My beautiful mutt, Jade, loves to play tug of war with anything she can find, and other than that, she just loves running in general even if its just around the backyard! I’ve tried to get her to swim but she doesn’t love water as much as I wish she would! oh well!

  • dani says:

    my dog Guiness LOVES playing fetch, or catch, or anything related to balls. that, and we started running together. we’re still at the VERY beginner level, but I think we both really enjoy the release we get. and my dog ‘s favorite treat lately? uncheese flavoured dehydrated kale!! lol too bad it’s something like 8$ a bag!! oh well… she’s worth it…

  • Rachael Gerkensmeyer says:

    My two dogs and I love to hike 2 miles to a remote beach here on the Big Island of Hawaii. We find mangos to share along the way, and we swim in the gorgeous clear water for hours then we head to the beach for popcorn and a nap. The dogs, my husband and I look forward to our twice a month adventure!

  • Meg Sweeney says:

    I have a 4 month old puppy named Cooper, and he absolutely LOVES to run in our backyard alongside me. Whether he is carrying sticks or a ball, he loves to play “catch me” anytime of the day!