Happy Claws Lucky Paws

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Welcome to

Happy Claws
Lucky Paws

Cat Dog

Our Mission

Our commitment to you is to provide your furry family members with the best, most wholesome treats in the universe! That is why we only use sustainably harvested wild seafood from Alaska to produce our treats.

Pet treats


Happy Claws Lucky Paws

We are a family-run small fisheries business that got our start on the production end of things “longlining” for Halibut in the Gulf of Alaska, seining for herring around Kodiak Island and using pots (traps) to catch crab and shrimp in Prince William Sound.

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The Process

Wild Alaska Salmon

Seiner + Skiff

Hand cutting wild Alaska Salmon

Hand Cutting,
into Cubes

Freeze Dried Treats


We purchase fresh salmon directly from fishermen. This is the same salmon destined for supermarkets and restaurants. Some businesses would say this is “human-grade.” We say, “it’s the way it should be.” Some businesses use the frames (skeletons), collars, fins and skin and call it salmon. We use only salmon fillets, nothing else.

Fresh wild salmon cubes

Why Wild Matters – Wild vs Farmed

There are many reasons why wild caught salmon should be preferred over farmed salmon. We believe it is important to be well informed, so please bear with us as the following contains a lot of information.

Salmon Feed

Norwegian salmon farms produce over 50% of farmed salmon sold worldwide.

Sea Lice Treatment

The most prevalent issue for salmon farms is sea lice.

Pharmaceuticals (antibiotics/vaccines)

There are many diseases prevalent in farmed fish due to being reared in a pen.


The natural color of farmed salmon flesh is grey.

Our Products

Freeze-dried Wild Alaskan Salmon

$15.99 - $19.99


Freeze-dried Salmon Sprinkles



Cosmic Crisps




“ I rescued Pedey in 2014. He was a scrappy little guy that likely picked a fight with a coyote in Southern California. And, he had puncture wounds and plenty of scars to prove it when I adopted him. Not quite three years later, Pedey was diagnosed with heart failure (HF) and degenerative mitral valve disease (DMVD).* My little guy now had a cardiologist! She stressed the importance of a low-sodium diet...”


“Happy Claws Lucky Paws salmon treats are my dog Dolly's absolute favorite treat. She loses her mind when I so much as pick up the bag. I'm picky about what I give her and I love that they're healthy for her and that there are no additives or chemicals. Dolly is a finicky eater and I will sometimes crumble a couple treats over her kibble at meal time if I need to entice her to eat. She will always choose Happy Claws Lucky Paws over any other treat and I always make sure to keep stocked up on them so we never run out!”

Happy Dog with Salmon Treats


There are approximately 50 cubes per ounce. The 2.5 oz bag would contain about 125 cubes and the 4.0 oz bag would contain about 200 cubes.

Treats are intended for supplemental feeding only and should not exceed 10% of your pet’s daily food intake. They can also be used as a meal topper, but are not meant to replace your pet’s nutritionally balanced meals.

We make treats out of four species of salmon, each one differing slightly in size, color and texture. It is normal to find some variation in size, color and texture as we do not add any artificial ingredients, color or additives.

These treats are skinless. We found that when the skin was left on, it became very hard and almost sharp. We felt it could be a choking hazard for smaller dogs and cats so we chose to make our treats skinless.

All of our products are proudly caught, processed and packaged in Alaska.

Absolutely! All of the salmon harvested in Alaska is wild. It is illegal to farm salmon in the State of Alaska.

Yes! Salmon is a good source of omega-3 fatty acids, which support the immune system and may decrease inflammation. It is also good for your pets’ skin and coat. Salmon is commonly found in high-quality pet foods as a source of protein. It is a good alternative protein if a dog or cat is allergic to other common protein sources, such as chicken.