What makes FiveW Pet treats better? We look at our treats five
different ways. We consider the 5 W’s: Who, What, Where, When, and Why. Learn more about how these 5 words shape our company culture and mission to provide your pet with unquestionably good treats

WHO our treats are for.

Our treats are for your best four-legged friend and we know how important they are to you. We also know how well you care for them which is why we work hard to provide you with a treat you can feel good about giving them. Healthy, locally sourced ingredients, grain free, sustainable packaging, community partnerships are just some of the ways FiveW Pets is your go to treat.

WHAT our treats are made of (and just as important, what they’re not made of).

Your pets are also important to us which is why we source only the finest locally made ingredients when making our treats. For example, we use homemade peanut butter and dough without grain to create a tasty and healthy treat.

WHEN you receive them, because freshness matters even in the treat world.

FiveW Pet treats are baked fresh right before shipment to ensure you get the best quality treat without sacrificing convenience. Our treats are natural and will hold at room temperature for a year. They are not meant to spend years in a cupboard filled with unnatural preservatives which is the level of quality your pet deserves.

WHERE we can be even more thoughtful and intentional about the products we make.

As we mentioned above, we care about your pet, but we also care about our community and the planet. Keith Remelts, owner of FiveW is an active volunteer for local nonprofits including Gilda’s Club which helps support women and their families who are facing cancer treatment.

And finally WHY we exist—to make the world a more sustainable place, one package at a time.

Our packaging was thoughtfully designed to be the leading sustainable pet treat company. Our cloth bags are meant to be washed and reused again and again. The plastic used to keep our treats fresh is not oil-based but plant-based and can be composted. You can learn more about our sustainability efforts by clicking here.