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Training Treats


Food Designed for Your Pup!

Formulated by a team of board-certified nutritionists
Promotes strong bones and a healthy digestion
Loved by all labs. (Except bruno. That lying SOB.)


Natural Fiber

Tailored natural fiber blend with prebiotics (such as beet pulp) and live probiotics to promote healthy digestion, so your lab has more time for what they enjoy most.

Whole Grain

Healthy whole grains like brown rice and oatmeal provide essential nutrients and carbohydrates to fuel your friend all day long.

Immune Boosting

Enriched with antioxidants like vitamin E, vitamin C, and selenium to help maintain a strong immune system.


Added taurine to support a healthy heart of gold.

Inactive Ingredients

Brewers Dried Yeast, Canola Oil, Dried Potato Product, Glycerin, Lecithin, Maltodextrin, Mixed Tocopherols, Natural Bacon Flavor, Rosemary Extract, Sorbic Acid, Tapioca Starch, Vegetable Oil, Water.

Active Ingredients Per 2 Soft Chews

  • Crude Protein, min 26.0%
  • Crude Fat, min14.0%
  • Crude Fiber, max3.5%
  • Moisture, max10.0%
  • Vitamin E, min250 IU/kg
  • Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C), min*100 mg/kg
  • L-Carnitine, min*50 mg/kg
  • Selenium, min0.35 mg/kg
  • Taurine, min*0.15%
  • Omega 6 Fatty Acids, min*2.4%
  • Omega 3 Fatty Acids, min*1.5%
  • Lactic Acid Bacteria, min*100,000,000 cfu/lb

*Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles. (All values are minimum unless otherwise noted).

Calorie Content (Calculated)

Per 3 Soft Chews
5,100 kcal/kg – 43.6 kcal

Bree M.

Jordy’s mom says

My dog has dietary restrictions and Bark caters to that, while also making sure he has the right vitamins and nutrients that I know nothing about.

Elizabeth W.

Ginger’s mom says

The atmosphere of the Bark fam is all around so positive, warm, and loving and I feel like I've gotten to know our team personally which is wonderful!

Eliza W.

Tucker & Luna’s mom says

Meals delivered to my doorstep make my life so much easier.

  • Vitamins
  • Whole Grains
  • Taurine
  • Natural Fibers
  • L-Carinitine
  • Caution Will Cause Slobber!
  • Lip Smacking
  • Non-Lethal Farts


Every dog has a different sweet spot - this has to do with things like age, genetics, lifestyle, digestibility and quality of their food, and any health issues. There are formulas that we and your vet use to estimate where to start, taking these things into consideration. After that, the ultimate answer comes from this question: Is your dog maintaining a healthy, lean body weight? If the answer is YES, you are feeding the perfect amount! If the answer is NO (they are getting a little too skinny or too chubby), then we need to make some gradual adjustments.
**Keep in mind that for tiny dogs, gradual adjustments can mean very small changes (a couple pieces of kibble), so it's not a bad idea to get a kitchen scale that can measure in grams to make these small changes

For most adults, splitting their daily recommended kibble amount into two meals is perfect. Some Chihuahuas prefer to have three meals a day (their stomachs are wee)

We want to wait until skeletal growth is nearly or completely finished before making this transition -- for most Chihuahuas, around 10-12 months is a good age to transition. Since every individual can grow a little differently, 10-12 months is also a great time to check in with your vet to get a direct opinion on your dog's growth trajectory.

All dogs can get all dog diseases. That said, Chihuahuas are known to be prone to becoming overweight or obese. This is the most common disease you need to be aware of, and it can not only shorten their lifespan but also make other diseases worse. Other conditions they have predilections for include periodontal disease, heart disease, orthopedic problems with their hips and knees, cataracts, corneal ulcers, bladder stones, cryptorchidism (failure of one or both testicles to descend -- this can lead to cancer if not addressed), neurological issues (usually something they are born with), pregnancy issues, tracheal collapse.

The short answer is: maybe.

Dental disease can be a big problem for your dog, especially if it is advanced. Sometimes, bad teeth need soft food rather than hard food, because hard food can be painful or impossible to eat. Tiny dogs like Chihuahuas are particularly prone to dental problems and disease because their mouths are too small for all their teeth, and this causes all kinds of complications over time.

What is your breed?

Check out our list of breeds we’re currently serving! Don’t see your breed? We can notify you when our nutrition team has finished developing the best meal for your breed!