4Legz Chehalis Mint Dog Treats

Company info

Company HQ
Chehalis, Washington
Parent company
4Legz LLC

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Overall Score



Nutrient Value: 15%
Quality of Ingredients: 46%
Recall History: 88%
Price: 65%
Size Variety: 44%

Dry Matter Analysis


Protein: 5.49%

Fat: 2.20%

Fiber: 4.40%

Carbs: 87.91%

Primary proteins

  • None

Ingredients We Like

  • None

Ingredients We Did Not Like

  • Canola Oil

Recall History

The following list (if present) shows all dog food recalls related to 4Legz since 2009. If no recalls are listed, no recall events have been reported.

Since 2009 4Legz has never been recalled.


Organic Rye Flour, Oat Flour, Rolled Oats, Canola Oil, Mint Oil, Cut & Sifted Rosemary And Ground Ginger.

Estimated Nutrient Content

Guaranteed Analysis

Protein Fat Carbs
5.00% 2.00% 80.00%

Dry Matter Analysis

Protein Fat Carbs
5.49% 2.20% 87.91%

Calorie Weighted Basis

Protein Fat Carbs
5.56% 5.41% 89.03%

Ingredient Review

Our review of 4Legz Chehalis Mint Dog Treats begins with a detailed look at the food’s ingredients.

The first ingredient is Organic Rye Flour. Organic rye flour is made with rye grain that has been grown without chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides. Organic rye has a lower gluten content than wheat but it is not gluten-free. In pet food, organic rye flour adds flavor and color while providing bulk and acting as a source of carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals.

The second ingredient is Oat Flour. Cobalt glucoheptonate is a supplemental form of the trace mineral cobalt. In pet food, cobalt glucoheptonate can help support the synthesis of red blood cells.

The third ingredient is Rolled Oats. Rolled oats have had their tough outer hulls removed before further processing into a coarse high-fiber substance. The rolled oats in pet food are a source of carbohydrates, protein, vitamins, minerals to support your companion’s overall well-being.

The fourth ingredient is Canola Oil. Canola oil – also known as rapeseed oil – is a oil pressed from rapeseeds. In pet food, canola oil serves as an inexpensive source of fat, Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids, and vitamins E and K.

The fifth ingredient is Mint Oil. Also known as peppermint oil, mint oil is an essential oil that comes from peppermint plants. While it isn’t a common ingredient in pet food, mint oil is an all-natural flavoring that might be found in dental treats and other products to benefit your pet.

After the fifth ingredient, the list includes all remaining ingredients. It’s worth noting that ingredients (other than nutritional supplements) located this far down on the list aren’t likely to have an impact on the overall rating of this 4Legz Chehalis Mint Dog Treats.

There are 7 notable exceptions .

List of low-quality ingredients

  • Canola Oil

List of controversial ingredients

  • Cut Sifted Rosemary
  • Ground Ginger
  • Mint Oil
  • Oat Flour
  • Organic Rye Flour
  • Rolled Oats

Nutritional Analysis

We’ve compared 4Legz Chehalis Mint Dog Treats to the other 6131 dog foods in our database:

Product info All Products avg.
Crude Protein 5.49% 37.08%
Crude Fat 2.20% 15.13%
Crude Fiber 4.40% 5.47%

Compared to the other 6131 dog foods in our database, this recipe has:

  • 31.59% less crude protein
  • 12.93% less fat content
  • 1.07% less fiber

Dogs typically thrive on a diet that includes high protein content, a medium amount of fat, and a comparatively low amount of carbohydrates, along with sufficient moisture. It’s worth noting that specialty diets recommended by veterinarians might prioritize different nutrients based on your pet’s condition and unique needs.

Analysis Overview

4Legz Chehalis Mint Dog Treats is priced below the average market price for Dog Treats.

When we analyzed the ingredients in 4Legz Chehalis Mint Dog Treats, we found that most of the protein is derived from plant based sources.

As for the overall quality of the recipe, 5 of the first 5 ingredients are low-quality and controversial ingredients. That’s why we believe that this recipe is not recommended.

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