Gone Fishin'

A Salmon and Carrot Treat

Who’s the best partner to take on an adventure? Everybody knows the answer… your furry best friend! Gone Fishin' treats are baked with wild, Alaskan salmon filet, organic carrots and a touch of cream cheese. The perfect cookie concoction to fuel your furry companion!

7 OZ Bag
A Salmon and Carrot Treat

Treat Details

Healthy Ingredients for cooking
A treat made for an Adventure!

It’s a perfect day for you and your best bud to go hiking along the river, taking in all that nature has to offer.  Your pup likes to jump across the big rocks as you make your way down the trailhead investigating the flora and fauna along the way. You come to a shallow bend in the river and all of a sudden your fellow furry adventurer darts off and leaps into the water.  She dunks her head and pops up out of the water with a big salmon in her mouth.  Your little fisher-pup just caught dinner!  “Oven-baked salmon filet will be so delicious alongside some steamed carrots, garbanzo beans and brown rice.  What a meal…packed with omega 3 oils from the salmon, vitamin-A from the carrots for eyes, skin and coat, and fiber and protein from the brown rice and garbanzo beans.”  What better way to reward your little hiking buddy than with some Gone Fishin’ treats… It’s what you eat!


Salmon, Organic Carrots, Cream Cheese, Organic Brown Rice Flour, Organic Garbanzo Bean Flour, Whole Eggs, Molasses, Sea Salt

Nutrition Facts

Crude Protein (Min.)  17.6%

Crude Fat (Min.)           9.7%

Crude Fiber (Max.)       0.3%

Moisture (Max.)             7.4%

Ash                                  2.7%

Calories         360 kcal/100g

                           18 cal/cookie

Wholesome Goodness for your pup:

raw salmon


Salmon is full of omega-3 fatty acids, which help the immune system and promote healthy skin and a shiny coat. Omega-3 fatty acids also help to keep joints lubricated and can reduce inflammation to prevent the development of conditions like arthritis. Salmon is easy to digest and an excellent source of lean protein. It helps promote a healthy heart by relieving inflammation in the arteries and can help lower blood pressure.

a bunch of carrots


Carrots are low in fat and high in phytonutrients. Rich in vitamins A, C, and K, and high in antioxidants, carrots are good for your dog’s eye and heart health. Vitamin A contributes to better coat and skin conditions. Carrots are low in calories and high in fiber and beta-carotene.

cream cheese

Cream Cheese

Cream cheese is a great source of protein, vitamins, and calcium for your pup.

brwon rice and flour

Brown Rice/Brown Rice Flour

Brown rice/brown rice flour is a whole grain that provides an excellent source of fiber. It also contains essential vitamins and minerals that are valuable to your dog’s diet. Brown rice is low in fat, rich in antioxidants, promotes a healthy weight, and helps to stabilize blood sugar levels. You can also feed your dog cooked brown rice for an upset tummy. It provides energy and is easy to digest.

chickpeas and garbanzo bean flour

Garbanzo Beans/Garbanzo Bean Flour

Garbanzo beans/garbanzo bean flour, or chickpeas, are a natural source of fiber and protein. They can aid your dog’s digestion and help bowel movements. Chickpeas are a good source of vitamins A, B, and C.

three eggs in wooden bowl


Eggs are one of nature's perfect foods. Extremely high in protein, eggs have valuable nutrients and contain fatty acids that are good for tissue repair and improving skin and coat vitality and shine.



Molasses is rich in calcium. Just one tablespoon of molasses contains as much calcium as a glass of milk! Did someone say “healthy bones?” It has been proven to be a superfood! Molasses also has arthritis relieving benefits, which can be especially helpful for older dogs. It is also known to be a vitamin-rich, powerful natural remedy that fights anemia in dogs because it is high in iron.


Sea Salt

Sea salt is all-natural and contains minerals like magnesium. It also enhances yumminess. Proper sodium levels keep your dog healthy. While dogs need sodium in their systems to help with normal growth and development, sodium intake should always be kept in moderation to your dog’s size and weight.

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