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Treat your furry and four-legged friends well! Our all-natural treats are made with whole, high-quality ingredients, ensuring that every bite is packed with nutrition and flavor. We never use artificial additives or preservatives, just real ingredients that they will love. Give your horses and hounds the best – because they deserve nothing less!
Top Nosh Tidbits
All natural. Whole ingredients.
No artificial anything.
For your horse
Satisfy your horse’s cravings with our all-natural treats! Made from only the freshest ingredients, our treats are a delicious and healthy snack that your horse will love. No artificial flavors or preservatives, just pure goodness in every bite. Treat your horse to the best, because they deserve it!
For your hound
Reward your furry friend with our all-natural dog treats! Made with love and the highest quality ingredients, our treats are a tasty and nutritious snack that your dog will drool over. No artificial colors or flavors, just pure, wholesome goodness. Give your dog the treat they deserve, because they’re part of the family!
nosh [näsh] noun: a light meal: snack
Top Nosh Tidbits was founded to ensure our furry family was getting the highest quality treats we could provide. Whether you are rewarding good behavior, training your animal or just making them happy, you can feel good about giving our treats!
Homemade with quality ingredients
- Hand-mixed and hand-cut
- All natural
- No preservatives or chemicals
- Made locally in CT
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