Scooby Snacks Review

The day they picked out my name, ahh I remember it well. On the ride home to my new lair TH (the humans) stopped at a Petco for some supplies. They put me in a shopping cart (and boy was I scared) and rolled me into this giant bright store with more dog treats than my nose could handle!! It was moments after one of TH picked up a box of Scooby Snacks and they both said together “Hey, lets call the dog Scoobie, with an IE” .. Well, TH agreed and it was written in stone.

I’ve been eating the treats ever since. They are a delicious treat and I’m always stoked when I hear that box opening. No need to shake the box sir, I know when it’s open. You may damage the cookies!

What’s inside these magical snacks? Well, here’s the info straight off the charts!

Ingredients:
Ground wheat, grain sorghum, animal fat (BHA used as a preservative), meat by-products, salt, beef and bone meal, caramel color, animal plasma, beef, dried cheese product, potassium sorbate (used as a preservative), bacon, chicken, natural smoke flavor, FD&C yellow #5, minerals (ferrous sulfate, zinc oxide, manganous oxide, copper sulfate, calcium iodate, sodium selenite), vitamins (vitamin E supplement, niacin supplement, vitamin A supplement, d-calcium pantothenate, riboflavin supplement, pyridoxine hydrochloride, thiamine mononitrate, vitamin D3 supplement, folic acid, biotin, vitamin B12 supplement), FD&C yellow #6, FD&C red #40.

Guaranteed Analysis:
Crude protein (min.) 11%, crude fat (min.) 5%, crude fiber (max.) 4%, moisture (max.) 12%.

Scoobieland is in no way affiliated with Scooby Snacks or its manufacturer. This is a review of a product purchased @ Petco.

The Rating:
As this is the inaugural food related review the categories are a little different. We need a TASTE category of course. And we need the Scoobieland special CRUNCHABILITY grade. A+ through D are the grades. If it was a Failing grade I wouldn’t be eating it in the first place, ya know? 🙂 Some of the chewable items that are not crunch-based products will receive their own special grade called the FLAVORMETER to rate how strong of a flavor/odor the treat/item in question might have. Sounds nuts now, but it’ll make sense as the reviews start coming in!

Scooby Snacks received the following report card:

Video review coming out later this evening so Stay Tuned!

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