**2021 Costco Dog Advent Calendar, Delca & Wet Noses**
Calling all dog lovers out there!!! Costco has this Dog Advent Calendar for sale next to all the pet items. Scroll for photos. I was surprised to see this tucked away in the back of the store, because I know how much people love their pets. I thought this would be a wildly popular item that would warrant moving it to the front of the warehouse. Either way, this is a great gift for your doggo no matter how big or small. If your take a look at the photos you can see the feeding guidelines. They also give you ingredients of each treat and the food contained in them. I know some of you are very particular with the food you feed your dogs, but it’s once a year & I’m sure your dog will love it! Here are a few more details about this Costco Dog Advent Calendar…….
- Manufactured by: Irish Dog Foods
- Treats produced in Ireland, Packed in USA
- Feeding Guidelines on the back
- Treats include: Chicken Jerky Recipe, Duck Jerky Recipe (2), Beef Jerky (2)Recipe, Turkey Jerky Recipe, Chicken Jerky Recipe
- No Artificial Colors, No Artificial Flavors, No Artificial Preservatives, No Added Sugar, Made Without Grain, Wheat or Corn, Made without Soy
Costco Dog Advent Calendar
If you’re someone who enjoys the advent calendar style gifts, you are sure to love this one. What better way to celebrate the holidays than to have your doggo join in with you. If you’re looking for some Christmas themed treats or you can’t find this at Costco, make sure to check out these holiday themed gifts from Amazon…..
- Wüfers Dog Cookie Advent Calendar | Handmade Hand-Decorated Dog Treats | Made with Locally Sourced Ingredients
- GREENIES Pill Pockets Natural Dog Treats, Tablet Size
- DreamBone Holiday Rawhide-Free Chews and Treats for Dogs, Limited Edition Rawhide-Free Treats for All Dogs
Price: $23.99, Item Number: 1470965
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8 thoughts on “Costco Dog Advent Calendar, Irish Dog Foods 100 Treats”
I’ve been stalking for these online for 2021. So far I can’t find anything from Costco as to whether or not they will have these again this year. My dog (and my teenage son) got so excited every day to see what was next. My dog loved the treats and my son loved opening the doors and giving the treats to my dog. This was a really well done dog advent calendar and none of the other options that I’ve found come close. If you have any insider information about 2021, please share. Thank you!
Ditto in our household. I checked the manufacturers website but found no love. Costco has another brand this year but I’m not too keen on it. (Shrugs) If anyone finds something, please let us know.
Ya. I didn’t see the Irish Dogs Food Brands again this year. They have the Delca & Wet Noses dog advent calendar which has 16 treats and 8 toys. Just curious, why are you not to keen on it?
The price is high compared to the Irish Dog Food one. My dog doesn’t play with toys, she’d rather give hugs (best rescue dog ever ) and go on walks. I could pay it forward but then it still doesn’t make sense cost wise.
Makes sense Nicole! It can be frustrating when Costco switches up products that we like. I’m sure the price increase was due to the toys & if you’re dog isn’t a fan of toys, then it doesn’t make sense to buy. If you take a look at the link above…the DreamBone Holiday Rawhide-Free Collection (click here) is about half the price and meant for small dogs. Might just work perfect for your little one. Let me know what you think
Hi Allison. I finally saw the 2021 dog advent calendar at Costco. It is made by Delca & Wet Noses & has 16 treats and 8 toys. Click for post. It is not the same one as last year which was pretty popular. This one looks great though too so check it out. I just posted about it so they should be on sale at most stores. Good luck & hope you find it!
Would love to purchase more advent calendars for dogs. Great product!
Yes! This was such a great item that was hidden in the corner of Costco. I thought if they moved it to the front it would have been sold out. There are plenty of dog lovers out there. Either way, we probably won’t see this until next year. Might not be a bad idea to pick up a few of them. Thanks for the comment