Snausages Dog Treats

 No recalls.

Snausages brand dog treats originally were part of Del Monte and later were produced under Big Heart Pet Brands. The J.M. Smucker Company acquired Big Heart Pet Foods in 2015. The name “Snausages” appears to be a mashup of the words “snack” and “sausages.”


“Snack time should be fun,” the brand says. “Like a party — with awesome party food! That’s why we bring the flavors your furry friend will go nuts for.”

However, these treats, like similar pet treats, have been criticized by some veterinary professionals for being loaded with sugar. “When you have popular treats such as Snausages SnawSomes that list sugars as 3 of the first 4 ingredients, you know there’s a problem,” writes veterinarian Dr. Ernie Ward, founder of the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, in a 2010 article titled “Kibble Crack.” Dr. Ward continued: “I think if more pet owners were aware of this, they may choose their treats more carefully.”

Snausages Quick Facts

Brand line includes: Snausages Apple & Peanut Butter Flavor, Snausages Snaw Somes! Beef & Cheese Flavor, Snausages In a Blanket
Cost: $
Company: Big Heart Pet Inc. (a subsidiary of J.M. Smucker Company)
Headquarters: One Maritime Plaza, San Francisco, CA 94111
Contact info: 1-800-252-7022, email, website

Have Snausages Ever Been Recalled?

No. These treats have never been recalled, according to our research.

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