Bravo! Bonus Bites Turkey Breast Strips Dry-Roasted Dog & Cat Treats
My Dogs LOVE these!
One of my dogs can only have turkey as his meat protein, so finding treats can be tricky. I bought these and all of my dogs LOVE them. In fact, they like them so much, I used them for bait in the last several dog shows. This is good because they are not oily, they are pretty easy to break into small pieces - easy to carry. I tried making dry roasted turkey myself with no success.
January 22, 2014
I Answered No Because
This would be a wonderful product for dogs, any dog ! It is a healthy,clean appearing, good smelling : ) high quality treat ..but, TOUGH and difficult for cats to ingest.
My large, 18 lb, tough guy gave it a great try, was intrigued by the scent and chew factor but could not derive much satisfaction and walked away. He recently devoured a mouse (ugh) 'tho. His brother showed no interest.
October 2, 2013
Dog loves them
Bravo are excellent all natural treats for your pet and my dog loves all the products i've tried from this company
June 3, 2013
Santa bought these for our cats, Fez and Daisy. They love them, so does our Golden, Fenway!
December 26, 2013
This is an excellent treat. The pieces are large but can be broken into much smaller ones. My dog loves even a scrap of them! They are one ingredient and made in Connecticut.
November 2, 2013
Must have good taste
My 4 cats seem to really like this product. Hope they continue to like because it is a healthy snack for them.
May 10, 2013
Cats love it but have a hard time chewing it
My two cats love these treats but they have a difficult time chewing them. I have to use a knife to break them up into edible pieces, which is the only reason I didn't give it 5 stars. This product is probably better left to dogs.
June 25, 2014
Not for Cats
I always buy the Bravo Freeze Dried Chicken but ordered the Dry Roasted by mistake. My two cats don't like it. Even though I broke it up into small pieces they don't want it..even my one cat that eats EVERYTHING! I think it is too hard, like beef jerky. Seems to be more in a dog's 'wheel house' than a cat.
April 17, 2014