Evanger's Nothing But Natural Grain-Free Buffalo Jerky Dog Treats
Will order again.
Love Evanger's products. My jack russell doesn't have any bad reactions from their food/treats. Ordering from Chewy.com was easy. Will be ordering on a regular basis.
October 14, 2013
Best Training Treat ever!
As a canine behavior specialist, I always need a healthy treat that dogs will "work" for. Evanger's Jerky Dog Treats are perfect - easy to break in small pieces, stays moist, unique flavors that keep the dogs interested. I recommend these to all my clients. Here is a picture of my dog - she learned to read with Evanger's Nothing But Natural treats!
October 9, 2014
My dog loves these! I use them as potty treats. Good size for small dogs.
June 1, 2014
My dogs love this treat. My Maltese has a allergy to grain she wants more than l am willing to give her. She would eat the whole bag if I let her.
February 27, 2014
Dogs gobble them up. Love that they are grain free and have NO chicken in them
February 27, 2014
these treats are the perfect size and texture.
I give my dog lots of treats when we're on a walk so I like to use food that is low fat and easy to break into small pieces. Maggie (my dog) enjoys evanger's jerky dog treats ... regardless what size - big or small - I make them!
February 23, 2014
Tails Waggin' !!
I have 2 very picky rescue Chows, as soon as they hear "Buffalo Jerky" they come runnin'. All natural, grain free and yummy, we're hooked.
February 21, 2014
Fig newtons for dogs?
My dog does enjoy these. To me though, they seem less "Jerky" like and more like.. the top layer of a fig newton, the cookie portion. The texture of these, the semi-moist aspect, make these so they sort of tear the same way and less "rippy" than jerky does. They also do not smell like jerky really.
So I will consider them fruit and cake for dogs. :)
They are fairly light, so while the bag is a light back, there is a good number in there. It should last a few weeks if you give one or two every few days to the pet.
How I give them to my pet: because my pet spends much of the time indoors in the Florida heat, I tear them (maybe 1, maybe 2 depending on her activity of the day) into 4-5 pieces and hide them throughout the room under her toys, in places just at her head height, etc. Then I give her one piece and set her on the hunt for the rest. Gets her moving, and the treats are healthy enough to make it worth it (getting a kid running around in a room for 10 minutes looking for a piece of celery kind of thing with a fervor unseen since the gold rush).
All in all, I would say a pretty good purchase. The difference between this and some other light treats this size would be the easy tear part, as it doesn't crumble and leave any sort of mess. The semi-moist aspect makes this game easier than all most unhealthy treats found in grocery stores, which are often easy to tear but are given in small doses because they contain so much fat and calories.
July 4, 2014