for every order we receive,

we will plant a tree!

visit Denzel's forrest

The Plastic Problem

Most dog treats come in single-use plastic, tipping millions of tonnes of waste into landfill, whilst our planet faces catastrophic climate change issues.

We won't stand for that, it's time for change.

Denzel's packs are plastic free!

All of our dog treat packaging is 100% plastic-free, biodegradable & compostable. Made from wood-pulp and paper sourced from sustainably grown forests.

So you can simply pop our packs in the regular bin and they will break down in 30 weeks in landfill (not 300 years like most plastic dog treat packs).

Buy one, get one tree

For EVERY order placed through our website, we will plant a tree to replace the paper packaging we have used, remove carbon from the atmosphere, fund climate projects around the world with our partner Ecologi and fight global warming. 

"The restoration of trees remains among the most effective strategies for climate change mitigation" - Science Magazine

buy one, get one tree

How does it work?


1

Place ANY order through our website, don't worry there is no minimum order and always FREE DEL.

2

Denzel will plant a tree for you, with the help of our non-profit partner: Ecologi

3

You will help fight climate change and offset your dog treats packaging whilst removing carbon pollution from the atmosphere.

4

Why not subscribe and save 20%? We will continue to plant a tree for EVERY ORDER ongoing. Healthy treats, healthy planet.

Visit Denzel's Forest

Who is ecologi?

Ecologi are a non-profit organisation that plant trees & fund the world’s best climate crisis solutions.

They are on a mission to plant 1 BILLION trees! Denzel's are proud to help do our bit to help them achieve this, you can help too!

More info & FAQs

  • How do I know a tree has been planted?
  • Where is my tree being planted?
  • How much carbon does a tree sequester?
  • Is my footprint offset by newly-planted trees?
  • Who is checking on my tree, and whether it grew up?
  • Are the trees being planted varied and native species?
  • How do we ensure the indigenous are protected?
  • Are the workers being cared for and paid fairly?