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COYA Freeze-Dried Raw Dog Treats, Pork (40g) Hypoallergenic & Grain Free, Made With 90% Meat & 10% Pumpkin | Raw Dog Treats In A Easy Freeze-Dried Solution, Raw Without The Chore Pet Supplies

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About this item RAW MEAT, REAL TREATS… COYA dog treats are made with 90% raw single-protein meat for a tasty & nutritious treat. Your furry friend will go wild for this delicious blend of freeze-dried, hypoallergenic pork and pumpkin! FOR TRAINING, EXPLORING, AND EVERY DAY… We all know the way to your furry friend’s heart is through their stomach. So, whether you’re out and about or relaxing at home, your pup will love our healthy, high-taste dog treats. DELICIOUS FREEZE-DRIED MEAT… Freeze-drying our grain-free dog treats means we seal in all the goodness. We don’t lose precious vitamins & minerals during any cooking process, ensuring that these delicious treats remain as raw as nature intended. HEALTHY & FULL OF GOODNESS… Filled with essential nutrients, so you can say goodbye to choosing between nutrition and taste for your dog. COYA treats are thoughtfully crafted to feature a single protein and single vegetable combination, making them as healthy as they are delicious. TRUST COYA WITH YOUR FURRY FRIEND… We know raw feeding is what’s best for dogs, and so do you. We’ve incorporated years of experience and knowledge in the industry to create these high-taste, nutritionally balanced, dog treats that are perfect for every lifestyle. This is pet food, perfected.
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  2. The Coya Story
  3. The first known use of freeze dried food dates back to ancient Inca Cultures in Peru. The Incas would store crops at high altitude in freezing temperatures in the Andes. This freeze drying process preserved food without changing its nutritional profile.
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  5. The Inca Queen was responsible for the well-being of her people. Her name was Coya.
  6. Bringing ancient food preservation methods into the 21st Century, COYA was born.
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  8. We’ve taken the original Freeze-Drying concept and method, improved it with the use of modern technology and we’ve applied it to pet nutrition.
  9. Raw ingredients, with no cooking or heat application, simply freeze-dried to remove the water.
  10. The result? Raw pet food with no need for freezer space, defrosting or lengthy, messy preparation.

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Product Dimensions

‎3.8 x 12 x 15.8 cm; 40 Grams

Breed Recommendation

‎All Breed Sizes

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‎40.00 g (Pack of 1)

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‎‎Store in a cool, dry place.

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Item Weight

‎40 g



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33 ratings

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Best Sellers Rank

13,892 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies) 623 in Dog Biscuits & Snacks

Date First Available

19 April 2023

32 reviews for COYA Freeze-Dried Raw Dog Treats, Pork (40g) Hypoallergenic & Grain Free, Made With 90% Meat & 10% Pumpkin | Raw Dog Treats In A Easy Freeze-Dried Solution, Raw Without The Chore Pet Supplies

  1. BeHappy

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    tasty snacks, doggy was really enjoying them. small packet, perfect for training, or taking on a walk.

  2. Sammie

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    Not interested

    I was hoping it was just one flavour he wasn’t interested in but he doesn’t seem to like any of them. Normally eats everything, cat ate them

  3. LMG

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Goes down well!

    One of my dogs now goes crazy for these and can’t get enough, the other won’t go near them – I guess you can’t please all the people all of the time! They appear of good quality and they must taste good as my little gannet is on me before I can even get them out the packet! The ingredients seem pure and with no additives so I recommend these to anyone looking to try something raw for their doggo’s diet!

  4. Yvonne

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Tasty treats

    These are small, lightweight treat pellets. The simple ingredients are great but they work out very expensive. OK for a small dog but because they are so soft they disappear very quickly. I think they’d be a bit lost on a big dog. Too expensive for us to buy regularly however the larger bag is much more economical. We’ve tried these in 3 different flavours and the dog seemed to like them all equally.

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  5. Movie Buff

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Raw treats

    These are a nice quality raw freeze dried treat. My dog loves these and they help with training. As these are raw it’s advised to wash hands after handling and if your dog has a sensitive tummy it’s sometimes not best to feed raw but every dog is different.These are nice and meaty and easy to feed, I’d prefer a sealable bag as once open it’s open which is awkward to store, especially with my dog sniffing them out! My dog seems to be a fan, recommended.

  6. emma

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Tasty according to the dog

    Seems to be tasty as they’re scoffed down within seconds and he tries to beg for more.

  7. Dan F

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Healthy training treats

    Great quality ingredients from a trusted brand.The cylindrical treats have been freeze dried so don’t have an overpowering scent. The bag is soft plastic and cannot be resealed or recycled.My dog loves them. Soft enough to be broken down into pieces. Decent shelf life (bought July 2023, use by March 2025).High quality product so expect to pay a little bit more. Represents good value – just a shame the packaging cannot be recycled.I would buy again – my dog loves them. Has improved his recall immensely whilst using these as a reward.

    One person found this helpful

  8. You’re Having a GiraffeYou’re Having a Giraffe

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Expensive but you’re getting 90% pork

    I used these as treats or for training with my dog and he scoffs them down. They have a softness to them and they are pellet-shaped which is different to what he’s used to. They are quite expensive for the amount you get, but you are getting 90% pork which is good quality for dog treats.

    One person found this helpful

  9. AlisonAlison

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Luxury treat

    These are a very good quality treat made with good ingredients.They are pellet shaped and they are quite soft.Our Frenchie loves them (and he is very particular about what he has).The only reason for deducting a star is that they are quite expensive.

  10. J. Dawson

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Very high quality dog treats, beloved by our very fussy dog

    Our fussy dog loves these. He’s very funny about anything with too much filler – basically the closer it is to raw meat, the better he likes it. And these were a hit. At £4.49 (at time of review) for a 40g pack, they don’t come cheap but that’s hardly a surprise since they boast a whopping 90% meat content. They look like dry and unappetising pellets, but they have a soft squishy texture which also means they can easily be broken (or chopped) into smaller bits to make them go further. They are made entirely from pork and pumpkin so very high quality and healthy for dogs, given that and how much the dog likes them, I really don’t have a problem with the price as long as he’s not making a full meal of them!

    One person found this helpful

  11. lee

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Full.of flavours

    All natural ingredients and full of flavours I use these for dog training as they are so strong in scent gets the dogs attention, excellent quality and excellent value for money 5stars

  12. Ocean 🐬

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Firm and meaty.

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     These pork treats are meaty and tasty but don’t smell. Extremely fresh with high end ingredients. Bulk bag is better value for money. My dogs loved them so I’m very happy to recommend ☺️

  13. BananamanBananaman

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Good Quality Food

    My dogs are quite fussy eaters so I was unsure if they were going to like this, however they absolutely love it and because it is of such high quality you end up weighing out less compared to cheaper foods that are filled with Ash and other horrible stuff your dog cannot digest, this is made from all natural quality ingredients, I have noticed a big difference in the shine to my dogs coats after they have been on this food, when you work it out in the long run it is worth buying a quality food like this to avoid those vets bills and to keep your dogs healthy and happy, the food is extremely well packaged and sealed also I can definitely recommend this product and will be buying it from now on

  14. Sam Tyler

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Ice to See You

    Having a Lab means that you have a dog that will eat anything, but even so it is nice to treat them. These ‘COYA Freeze-Dried Raw Dog Treats’ are a decent quality treat made from the type of ingredients you would find in a human snack. We tried four types, but I have the sense that they are similar, the dog likes all of them. You get a mix of a meat with either pumpkin or sweet potato.The chunks are small enough that you can use one as a training aid, or a few as a treat. The dog liked all the flavours; Chicken, Turkey, Beef and Pork. The snacks are just meat super dried out, so they feel more like a biscuit. The veg element is nice as it must add a little sweetness and makes them healthier. They were a little crumbly and shot down my dog’s throat. They may be better with a smaller breed or when you are doing serious training and just need lots of small treats that are not too heavy.

  15. Ben

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    quality treats for training

    These are good training treats. My dog is only a 4.5kg Miniature Pinscher, so he doesn’t need too many and even the small bag does go quite a long way which makes them relatively good value despite their quite high price. If you had a larger dog I’m not so sure they would be that good value though because they do feel quite expensive.The actual quality of the treats is pretty good though. I really liked how soft they are, it’s easy to break them up into smaller sizes so that you can get away with feeding slightly less. My dog was very keen on them and got quite excited when I had them in my hand so that is always a good sign. If you’re conscious of feeding your dog relatively healthy treats with good ingredients, especially when training and you can get through quite a lot then these are a pretty good choice. My only concern would be the price, especially if feeding to a big dog. Perfect for my little dog though and the treats themselves seem very good.

  16. ⭐Bubs & Puds⭐⭐Bubs & Puds⭐

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Good premium dog treats

    Got doggies? Want some meaty treats?These are the Coya Pork Flavoured Freeze Dried Raw Dog Treats 40g, 90% Pork And 10% Pumpkin.The dog biscuits are small pellet shaped, made from meats, crude fat, crude ash and crude fibre. The treats are a moist crumbly meaty type texture.The pellets are very moist, but they are treats and not a meal. Milo, Bear ‘n Pig seem to enjoy them, Milo chews once and gone. That is Springers for you, he loves treats! The Frugs take a bit longer with their smaller mouths. Bonus made in the UK.Overall I’d recommend these, as they are a premium treat at a premium price filled with the good stuff and not grains.

  17. Ryan

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Doesnt smell like meat.

    This pack states its 40g which gives you around 65 ish treats alot of them are half sized.They dont really smell of anything familiar but thats probably because of the freeze-dried process.The consistency/texture is like ground up meat compressed but without the moisture while still being quite soft.Time for a taste test…At first my dog was very unsure, he even spat it out to check what he had, but then he tried it again and i think he breathed in the rest i was holding because they was gone so fast.The ingredients are 90% pork and 10% pumpkinDog seems to approve and i approve of a healthy treat for him so this is likely something i would buy again.

  18. Alessi Lover

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    COYA Freeze Dried Raw Dog Treats – Pork – Ok Let Me Have Them Mum

    One Boston thought his birthday had come whilst trying theses pork flavoured treats.Looking almost like animal layer pellets and containing lots of healthy flavoursome ingredients which doesn’t make them feel greasy to the touch or bits left on your hands whilst taking them out of their bag.Now that’s the thing a resealable bag would be a good idea to keep them fresh once opened. Maybe plastic and trying to avoid that… or they just know that they are so so tasty that they will soon be devoured. Think it’s the latter in our house with our boy.Four stars as a tasty treat but expensive so for special occasions like birthdays. Or just when you feel like treating your dog to a healthy tasty freeze dried snack when he or she has been extra well behaved wonderful.Our boy thinks he’s been well behaved everyday now with these and the chicken flavoured ones in the range.

  19. Family on the coast

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Pup in training works hard for these treats

    These are treats that my dog will work hard for. She is a ten month old Lab puppy and I do training with her everyday. I need treats to help her walk to heel on the lead and I’ve had many that I keep in my hand to keep her close by but she looses interest in them, I put that down to how enticing they are. These are different, she will work hard at walking g to heel for a prolonged time. So they must be really tasty and worth the wait for her.In terms of quality I found these to be rather soft which is unusual for training treats. They can crumble slightly in the hand or could be squashed. So keep them loose in a pocket or pouch and they’ll be fine. All the pellets are varying sizes. Some bigger than others and these can be easily snapped in half to split.I’ve tried the others in this range with my puppy, the beef and the chicken and they have the same results and very similar in everything but taste ( I assume taste because they all smell different to me). They are very meaty smelling, they smell like good quality.

  20. keefo!

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Dog ate the lot

    I tried these Pork and pumpkin treats out with the family whippet, there were no complaints from him he quite willingly ate them every time I presented him with them, I find the inclusion of 10% pumpkin a bit of an odd addition considering the other versions have sweet potato in them, however there have been no digestive complaints that I can see. as a recall treat these are really good, small and light enough to be given in a large quantity if required.

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  21. Sophie

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Loved by the dog

    Freeze dried pork with pumpkin treats. Product is made in the UK and boasts 90% pork and 10% pumpkin. As soon as i showed our collie the treat packet she was impatient for it to be opened. Looks wise the treats don’t look too appetising, however they were very quickly demolished! At £4.99 for 40g it’s marketed as a premium product.

  22. Julie D

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Raw made easy – dogs love these…

    Finding dog treats that are healthy and not over-processed can be difficult. This 40g pack of Coya pork dog treats is full to the brim of freeze-dried raw pellets. They’re made up of 90% protein – in this case pork – and 10% vegetable, which here is pumpkin. It is, as Coya says, ‘Raw without the chore’.All this may sound virtuous – but how do these treats go down with dogs? I’m happy to say that, unlike a lot of healthy food targeted at humans, dogs seem to love these tasty titbits. These are intended as treats – not as a dog’s main nutrition – so in my view, given the quality, these Coya Pork Treats with Pumpkin are good value.

  23. James

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    The dogs love them but they’re pricey

    I’ve recently been giving my two Welsh Sheepdogs the COYA Freeze-Dried Raw Dog Treats, pork flavour. These treats are quite a find – they’re freeze-dried pellets, just the right size for training. The only hiccup is when I break them for smaller rewards, they tend to crumble a bit, but the dogs don’t seem to mind.What I really appreciate is the quality of the ingredients. They’re made with 90% raw pork and 10% pumpkin, and nothing else, which is great for their diet. Plus, knowing they’re produced here in the UK gives me peace of mind about their quality.They are on the pricey side, at £4.49 for a small 40g bag. There’s a larger bag which is more economical, but it’s still an investment.The packaging could be better, though. It’s not resealable, so I have to store them in a different container to keep them fresh. Despite this, seeing how much my dogs enjoy them, especially during training, makes these treats worth the extra cost and effort.

    One person found this helpful

  24. Divya Gupta

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great quality

    My dog loves this treat. However, it would be great if the packaging comes with zip lock to keep the product fresh or even a resealable package

    One person found this helpful

  25. AttomicAttomic

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Brilliant, high-value dehydrated raw dog treats, but a bit crumbly.

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     These treats from Coya are excellent. I have tried a few of the flavours and they are all super palatable to even my fussy Boxer. This variety is the Pork and it comes as freeze-dried pellets which are good sized training treats. If you feed them whole they are great, but as I have a puppy, I like to break them in half to use for training which is possible but with this variety, they do tend to crumble and leave a lot of dust in the bag (you can use this on their food though). The chicken variety is much more robust and doesn’t do this.As for the ingredients, they are top class! The treats are made from 90% freeze-dried raw pork and 10% pumpkin, and nothing else, which is excellent. They are manufactured by COYA Pet Ltd in the UK too.These are the highest value treats I’ve ever come across for my dogs who aren’t naturally foodie. The only downside is that they’re not cheap at £4.49 for the 40g bag (£112.25 per gram), but they are better value if you opt for the 480g bag which is £29.98 and works out at £62.25 per gram. Amazing product though and you get what you pay for, so I highly recommend it, but I find the chicken variety better overall.

  26. Mr T-Woo ✅

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Dog treats

    Well the dog loved them nice good side to hide in treat toy that rolls around and treats drop out, the bag of the treats does not reseal but I put them in a dog treat tin so that didn’t bother me to much but could be awkward of yoh don’t do that.

  27. Lewis & Keziah

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    1st time ordering

    Seemed a hit with my pet, may order these again in the future

  28. Lauren

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    My dogs enjoyed them

    I ordered the COYA Freeze-Dried Raw Dog Treats, Pork (40g) Hypoallergenic & Grain Free, Made With 90% Meat & 10% Pumpkin | Raw Dog Treats In A Easy Freeze-Dried Solution, Raw Without The Chore.This is a 40g bag so very small but my dogs enjoyed the treats. They are raw feed so I aim to get treat that compliment their diet.At the time of reviewing this product was priced at £4.49.I would recommend this item.

  29. MartaMarta

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    my dog loves it

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     My dog absolutely loves this delicious raw pork flavour grain free dog treat with pumpkin. It is safe for all breads. They are tasty and nutritious, one of my chihuahua’s favourites. This product makes a wonderful treat for your pooch. These are also perfect for training. My dog gobbles it up in a few seconds as you can see on the attached video, and cannot wait to have some more. This item is doggy approved!

  30. RYRY

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    My dogs approve

    I have had a pork, chicken and beef versions of these treats from the same brand and my dogs approve of them all, great for a high reward treat when training due to the premium price

  31. Pamela JeanPamela Jean

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Our Dog Really Likes These Treats

    These treats were a huge hit with our dog; he absolutely loves them. These treats are high quality, and must taste incredible judging by how much our dog likes them. They are fabulous training treats. So, these dog treats are a big hit in our house; our dog loves them because of the flavor, and we like them because they are all natural and made with quality ingredients. 🙂

  32. Chapel’s DadChapel’s Dad

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Freeze dried so no loss of goodness

    I’ve not given my dog raw dog treats before but I thought that I’d give these a try, to see how he gets on with them.   I managed to get three different flavours to review, these being pork, beef and turkey – I’m happy to report that my dog loves them all, I use them as a high value treat for when he’s ‘off-lead’ or when he’s at training sessions.The treats are made up of 90% single meat protein and 10% pumpkin – they are freeze dried so none of the goodness is lost through a cooking process.   The pumpkin is tasty, full of fibre and it’s great for a dogs digestive system.    The treat pellets are very light in weight which means that you get a lot of individual pieces for the weight, which is helpful when you take the weight of treats out of a dogs daily food allowance.   The pellets are all different sizes, anything from about 5mm to 15mm long.The 40g bags are currently £4.49 which is quite pricey, however you can get a 480g bag for £29.88 which works out to be 80-90% cheaper – which is much better value.

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