Bravo! Bonus Bites Venison Liver Dry-Roasted Dog & Cat Treats
not what I expected
I expected soft little bites of freeze dried beef and got something more like really dried out beef jerky. One dog will eat it, one won't.
October 11, 2013
Good for dogs, not cats
I was intrigued by the claims on this package. Dry roasted venison liver? Strange and neat! For cats and dogs you say? Sure I'll give it a go! Well this would probably be an excellent treat for dogs but not so much for cats, of which I have two. The treats themselves are nice looking and smell quite "good" really. However they are just really big and very hard livers and as such very hard to feed to a cat unless you own a mountain lion perhaps. You can break them apart easily enough but they are still too hard and my cats would try to eat them then just walk away. They seemed interested in the smell and taste and would lick at the little bits but in the end abandoned trying to actually eat them. I have a friend who owns a dog who I will be giving these too and hope he has better luck.
May 23, 2014
My dog won't eat anything, 'til I take these out
Hello! Happy Holidays. My dog goes crazy for these. He won't eat other treats or his food, 'til after he's had his liver snacks. He loves both, but I like these better. Crunchy and smells great. And Miss, who wanted softer, you need the "freeze dried." That's the softer, square "little bites." This is the great liver piece that's hard and flat (and apparently quite yummy!)
December 22, 2013
Bravo is BRAVO
Bravo small snacks are awesome. As much as I am not a Venison person, my pug loves liver snaps. She flips them around on the floor before eating them. Don't worry the pieces do not look like anything, they almost look like shiny dark plastic pieces.
If do positive training, like I do, these are great super rewards for dog learning a new trick.
You can't go wrong with BRAVO. Try the Chicken bites
December 19, 2013
Not for cats
Although this product says it is also for cats, my cats won't touch them. First, the pieces are too big for a cat so you have to break them up. But second, my two cats showed no interest in them what so ever. However, my dog loves them. So not a total waste, but I did buy them with my cats in mind because I have one kitty who needs to be on a single protein diet.
September 21, 2013
Healthy, convenient and easy to break into pieces!
These are pricey treats, but the fact that they can be broken up into teeny teeny pieces or any size you want, makes them a real hit with both me and my dogs. They slide into pockets easily, leaving no crumbs behind. Grain-free and very healthy to boot. I make sure I never run out of these.
July 17, 2013