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Northern Dog Biscuit Cricket Crunch Recipe


Chirp chirp! Easy on the tummy and environment, this Northern Biscuit recipe is baked with Canadian raised fresh crickets, a sustainable protein rich in nutrients like iron, B12 and all 9 essential amino acids, to provide dogs with a delicious crunchy biscuits that is easily digestible and sustainable. Baked in small batches with limited ingredients and the specially crafted Northern CRUNCH™, Northern biscuits are naturally preserved and packaged in a 100% compostable bag. At only 16 calories per 5g biscuit, these biscuits are perfect for treating, rewarding and bonding with your dog.

Why Crickets?

  • Crickets are high in protein, iron and B12 and contain all 9 essential amino acids. These nutrients are also very bioavailable and easily absorbed.
  • The chitin (exoskeleton) is a great pre-biotic fibre which helps improve gut health.

Fun Facts!

  • Cricket farming requires far less resources than more conventional cattle, pig or chicken farming.
  • Crickets emit fewer greenhouse gases and less ammonia than cattle or pigs, and they require signicantly less
    land and water than cattle rearing.
  • Dogs are natural foragers and will forage for insects to eat.


Barley, Oats, Fresh Frozen Crickets, Brewer's Dried Yeast, Apple Cider Vinegar, Molasses.

 Guaranteed Analysis:

Crude Protein 15.0% Min.
Crude Fat 3.0% Min.
Crude Fiber 3.0% Max.
Moisture 10.0% Max.

Calories (per 5 g biscuit): approx. 16


  • Fresh & High Quality:Easily digestible limited ingredient recipes healthy for all dogs including those with allergies and sensitivities.
  • Low Calorie: Crunch into a guilt-free reward that’s healthy and tasty.
  • Crafted in Canada:  Family-owned and operated supporting Canadian businesses since 1992
  • Naturally Preserved:  With apple cider vinegar, a trusted method to maintain freshness.
  • 100% Compostable Bag:  A sustainable solution featuring Kraft paper and a plant-based liner to reduce your carbon “paw” print.