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Blue Buffalo Basics Limited Ingredient Turkey & Potato Biscuits Dog Treats By Blue Buffalo

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Blue Buffalo Basics Limited Ingredient Turkey & Potato Biscuits Dog Treats

Made from a simple recipe with a limited number of natural ingredients, BLUE Basics Biscuits are the perfect treat for dogs with food sensitivities. Oven-baked for crunchy goodness, Basics Biscuits have Turkey as their first ingredient. Delicious and nutritious, Turkey is not commonly used in dog food or treats which makes it an ideal protein source for dogs with food sensitivities.

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Item Number 50849
Form
  • Treats
Special Diet
  • No Corn No Wheat No Soy
  • Limited Ingredient Diet
Country of Origin
  • United States
Lifestage
  • Adult
  • All Stages

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Blue Buffalo Basics Limited Ingredient Turkey & Potato Biscuits Dog Treats Customer Reviews

Blue Buffalo Basics Limited Ingredient Turkey & Potato Biscuits Dog Treats 4.8 5 6 6
Very nice for our pet The product is grain free, not complicated, nice balance of protein & fat. Chelated & Omega, nice food for our dog. January 9, 2014
Great Food I have a couple boxers with very sensitive stomachs. I have tried several different brands and this one seem to be the best for them and they actually want to eat it. December 16, 2013
Great product This is a real quality dog treat that my dog absolutely loves! December 13, 2013
My dog loves these! My dog has hypothyroidism and these treats are perfect because they do not contain wheat, soy, and corn. My dog loves them! October 26, 2013
Blue Buffalo Turkey and Potato Love this product. The turkey keeps my dogs' tummies happy and the low calories per serving keeps them lean while still satisfying their appetite for a treat. June 14, 2013
Well received. Our three dogs loved these treats. The little one, a Schnauzer named Moses, did not like them quite as much since he is older and they are pretty thick biscuits to chew. But, all in all they went over well. April 4, 2013
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