Fromm Four-Star Nutritionals Cranberry Liver Low Fat Dog Treats
Fresh Wisconsin cranberries and liver with a touch of garlic.
- One calorie per treat
- Wisconsin cranberries
- 100% USDA-inspected ingredients
- Made in Wisconsin in a USDA-plant
|Country of Origin||
Wheat flour, Wisconsin cranberries, chicken liver, salt, garlic powder.
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Fromm Four-Star Nutritionals Cranberry Liver Low Fat Dog Treats Customer Reviews
Fromm Four-Star Nutritionals Cranberry Liver Low Fat Dog Treats 8 8
Small but tasty treat This treats size is the only thing my pups don't like. I have three medium size dogs and they love these treats but they hardly taste them as they swallow they are so small (like dime size). So good for training but not as a snack for kenneling. July 29, 2012
dogs didn't like them my dogs simply didn't like the flavor, some refused them. May 17, 2013
good product The treat is a good size and it does meet the nutritional requirements of my dog My dog is on a special diet so finding a treat that is good for her is a big plus for us. May 8, 2013
Dogs love this! Great healthy treat without all the fillers and byproducts of the grocery treats! February 3, 2013
My 5 dogs love these treats!! Liver dog treats contain good ingredients. I like the small size so my dogs can eat them and I don't worry about them gaining weight. I use them for recall, I say treats and they come running.. December 29, 2012
calories At one cal. per piece i can use them for training without worrying about weight gain. My cat and pig love them! November 4, 2013
Dog likes them I was worried my dog wouldn't like them but he does! They are not dense treats but since we're going for low fat, that's perfect. Great for training! November 22, 2013
Wesley wants more! Just received these treats two days ago, and they have already become one of my miniature poodle's favorites. At one calorie a piece I don't feel bad about giving him multiple treats at a time, like during training. However these treats are VERY crunchy and so do not break into smaller pieces super easily, so if you have a smaller dog they may not be as good for training as a softer, easier to break apart/chew treat. January 15, 2014
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