FAQ

Where is your food manufactured?

We create and develop our own recipes with our staff veterinarians and PhD nutritionists. Our treat formulas are manufactured in the U.S. We work closely with our partners to manufacture our products according to our exact recipes and specifications. Product quality is our #1 priority. We have strict controls in place to make sure that our ingredients meet the highest quality standards

How does Cabot assure the highest quality standards?

There is nothing more important than the health and safety of dogs. Therefore, we follow a strict, multi-tier safety process to ensure the highest quality standards. All of our raw materials are thoroughly inspected and analyzed in a sterile environment prior to processing. Once the tested raw materials enter the manufacturing process, we adhere to strict FDA (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) hygiene regulations and manufacturing processes. Before our dog treats leave the manufacturing plant, they are once again tested by our quality control team.

What are the ingredients & nutrition facts of Cabot treats?

Ingredients and Guaranteed Analysis can be found on all Cabot packaging and on our website in the Ingredients section of each individual product listing on our Treats page.

How many Cabot treats can my dog have each day?

This depends on the size of your dog. In general, 1 to 2 Cabot treats per day are appropriate. Please remember to supervise your pet during chewing activity and make sure he or she has access to plenty of clean water.

How do I store Cabot treats?

After opening, reseal in the bag it comes in, or store in an airtight container.

Do you do any animal testing?

Cabot does not do any invasive animal testing. Our company was founded on the basis of providing the best possible nutrition for dogs and cats, and we treat our pets like family members. We do conduct trials in which our products are fed to pets, but only under conditions that are healthy and comfortable for the animals.

Are cheese based treats good for dogs?

Cheese contains calcium, protein, Vitamin A, Vitamin B12, phosphorus and zinc. All of these nutrients are essential to your dog’s health and well being.

When is cheese bad for dogs?

Some dogs are lactose intolerant because they don’t produce the lactase enzyme necessary for its digestion. Other dogs may be allergic to the proteins in cow’s milk, which may cause an allergic reaction to cheese. The fermentation process (also called ripening) that most cheeses go through removes most of the lactose, so cheese contains far less of it than milk. Therefore, cheese in small quantities is fine, but it should not replace a meal.

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