You Can Now Buy Pioneer Woman Dog Treats at Walmart

The Pioneer Woman Magazine Celebration with Ree Drummond
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If you love Ree Drummond, aka The Pioneer Woman, and just so happen to have some dogs you also love to spoil, I have some news that is going to make your day. Aside from Crockpots, bedding and just about everything in between, you can now find something brand new at Walmart: Pioneer Woman dog treats!

These are no ordinary treats, however. Inspired by recipes Drummond creates for her own family, these goodies come in some pretty unique flavors. I’m talking everything from chicken parmesan to shortcake biscuits that are made with real strawberries. No plain chicken and beef flavors here, your furry friend can enjoy some of the same flavors you love, but in an all-natural, healthy-for-dogs kind of way.


The treats are made in partnership with Purina and prices begin at $5.48 fo a 9-ounce bag. Regardless of the flavor you choose — which also includes some waffle-inspired flavors like maple, bacon and apple (!!!) — meat is the first ingredient and there are no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. Digging a little deeper into the treats, the first five ingredients on the chicken and blueberry waffle recipe, for example, are chicken, wheat flour, oat flour, blueberries, chicken fat that’s naturally preserved with mixed tocopherols and maple syrup.

Drummond herself has five dogs, including two basset hounds named Henry and Walter, two golden labs named Duke and Lucy and a German shepherd named Presley, all of whom make frequent appearances on Drummond’s Instagram account.

If these treats are making you jealous (and I’ll admit, I’m a little hungry just writing about them), Drummond also has pre-prepared food for humans on sale at Walmart. All the dishes in her line are $7 or less and include comfort foods like fried chicken, bacon meatloaf and county fried steak. You’ll also find side dishes like mashed potatoes and macaroni and cheese and breakfast bowls.


Do you have a four-legged friend who would love these Pioneer Woman dog treats?

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Kaitlin Gates
Kaitlin is a freelance multimedia journalist with a degree in journalism and psychology. Along with Simplemost, she also writes for Don't Waste Your Money, where she loves finding great deals to help people save money.

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