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One Calorie Einstein Pets Summer Swag Bag Giveaway

Einstein Pets has quite the flavorful ring to it, and rightfully so. Einstein Pets has a line of oh-so-healthy and good-for-your dog treats that have set the bar and “bark” so high, we want Fidose of Reality readers to know about them. Welcome to the One Calorie Einstein Pets Summer Swag Bag Giveaway with three prize packs up for grabs.

Perhaps you’ve read us boasting their wholesome goodness before, but now Einstein Pets has expanded their line and they are winning awards. Tails are wagging, dogs are drooling, and at one calorie a piece, made in the USA, even this savvy dog mom eats them as a snack!

Yep, call me doggie breath because I am loud and proud about my Einstein Pets dog treat addiction, and so is my dog. Here’s the scoop:

Can you imagine, then, a dog treat that contains chia seed and feature flavors that are fun, healthy, and oh so sexy?

dog treat contest

When selecting a treat for my dog and one we recommend to our readers, a six-stage approval process takes place:

F: Formed. Must be made in the USA.

I: Ingredients.  They must be easy to pronounce and something I would feed to my own dog and  his friends.

D: Digestible. The treats needs to be easy on the stomach, so free of preservatives and artificial colorings.

O:  Others. What are other folks in the pet world saying about the treats: We read the reviews others are writing, having tested the treat themselves.

S:  Selection. What is the variety offered, are there wheat/corn/soy-free options? Are there an array of flavors?

E: Eat it Ourselves. Would I consider eating the treat and recommend other humans on team Fidose do the same?

Chia seeds have some incredible effects on health, both for humans and animals. Though they appear small and unassuming, these seeds contain large quantities of protein, five times the calcium of milk, boron (a trace mineral that aids in the absorption of calcium into the bones), Omega oils 3 and 6, and can help regulate blood sugar levels and aid in maintaining a healthy weight. The seeds of chia plants can help maintain healthy cholesterol levels and blood pressure, and reduce risk of heart disease.Einstein Pets dog treats

One Calorie Dog Treat

Founder Kelly Ison says, “EINSTEIN PETS was founded when we realized how hard it is to source healthy, nutritionally balanced treats for dogs that aren’t filled with processed ingredients that pet parents wouldn’t want to feed their pups.”

I know I am not sacrificing taste because the home baked ingredients are delectable and appealing to dogs. Moreover, because these are made in small batches in the USA, I feel secure knowing my dog is getting a safe to eat treat. As a veteran in the pet industry who sees many dog foods and treats cross her path, I wholeheartedly recommend Einstein Pets to my dog parents time and again.

At one calorie, your dog won’t get a lesser serving. Here’s a snapshot of the actual ingredients in some of their flavors along with an actual size of the treat next to a quarter. Pretty impressive, right?

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Einstein Pets ingredients


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1st Place: Jason Diehl

2nd Place: Rachel Griesmer

3rd Place: Molly Pitcher


Win Einstein Pets Prize Packs

We want your dog to try the yummy goodness of Einstein Pets, so Kelly, Robert, and Abby (adorable Westie) are giving three prize packs away to three lucky Fidose of Reality readers.

Must be 18 or older; Prizes ship to U.S. residents in the 48 contiguous states only. No exchanges or substitutions please. USA residents only. Complete rules here.

Einstein Pets prizes

Entering is easy, you can do so daily for more entries, and the giveaway lasts for 2 weeks! If you want to try a pack of Einstein Pets dog treats right away, shop their online Einstein Pets store.

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Note: We were not compensated for this post. We use these treats, love them, and share the love with Fidose of Reality readers.






A dog lover of the highest order is how Gayle King introduced Carol Bryant, when she appeared with her Cocker Spaniel on Oprah Radio’s Gayle King show to dish dogs. Carol created and owns the trademark, My Heart Beats Dog® and lives that mantra. A 30-year veteran of the dog world, she is President of the Dog Writers Association of America (DWAA) and the 2020 DWAA winner for Best Dog Blog.


  1. Christine Aiello says

    Coco sez she would like to try Pride (because we know she likes that one) and also I yam what I yam because she likes sweet potatoes.

  2. natalie hartmann says

    They all sound like flavors my dogs would love. I know their favorites would be pumpkin and pride.

  3. Sandy Weinstein says

    i think my girls would love the3 sweet potatoes, i yam what i yam, also the pride b/c they love turkey bacon and the veggie time as well. , very cute names for the treats.
    also i like that you used fidose to spell out the contest. very smart!

  4. HAPPY HAZEL says

    PB’N JELLY TIME flavor sounds like a fun time! 😀 We love how these treats are just one calorie each and made with only healthy ingredients! 🙂

  5. molly says

    They all sound delish! My pups would like PB’N JELLY TIME because they love peanut butter and have never tried jam.

  6. Denise Steele says

    I think Ruby would love the PB’N Jelly Time! That way she can have her dog safe version while I eat a PB’N.

  7. Linda Szymoniak says

    My two boys aren’t as big into fruits and veggies. I think they’d like the PB’N Jelly the best, while my sweet girl, Kyoko, just love both pumpkin and sweet potato, so she’d like one of those (or any of the fruits and/or vegetable flavors) best.

  8. jessica c says

    the sweet potato I think would be good for my dogs. They have sensitive tummy and I give the sweet potato if it is upset.

  9. Brooke says

    I love that there are dog treat that are just one calorie. My dog has hip dysplasia so I really try hard to keep his weight down. The flavors look tasty too!

  10. Kathi says

    Lucy & Holly would by YAPPY HAPPY to try these new treats! They love to do “tricks for treats” (a game we play when it’s too hot or too cold to go outdoors for our long walks).

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