Nature's Variety Instinct Grain-Free Biscuits with Rabbit Meal & Apples Dog Treats
apparently tasty product
While Nature's Variety admittedly sources rabbits from China per the website; also per their website, rabbits for dry food products are sourced from France. And, while I really wish they were sourced here, I have found these are the most tasty treats according to my pack. My dogs are fed a raw, rotational diet and are not really picky about much. But, I have one elderly basenji who has developed an allergy to chicken and eggs which makes his meals more of a challenge. I was glad to find these grain free treats and much to my surprise, he will even go out in the rain or cold to do his business for one of these treats!! I have to be careful giving them to him because he doesn't see so well and just starts snapping at the air and it is very possible to be minus a finger giving these to him. Also a favorite flavor for my other dogs. Good treat for allergy dogs.
November 10, 2013
Our schnauzers love these rabbit biscuits! Great snack.
August 10, 2012
Not a Winner
These had such great reviews, but even our dog that eats EVERYTHING wouldn't touch them. We own & operate a pet hotel and I can't get any dog to try them.I would have given them 0 stars if possible, because honestly, I've never seen this dog refuse a treat.
May 20, 2013
Cattle Dog Loves Them
I have my cattle dog mix on Nature's Variety Instinct LID diet - and he has done so well on it, I figured I would buy a box of their treats just to mix up his usual variety of biscuits.
WOW. He definitely loves these - as soon as I opened the box and showed him one he was licking his lips like crazy. He seemed a little more attentive than when I give him his usual biscuits.
I love giving my dog different protein sources like rabbit and venison, so this will be a great addition to the treat rotation :) Love this brand and love the ingredients
February 12, 2014
Great for my dogs with food allergies
I have 2 dogs with (different) food allergies, and it's hard to find treats that work for both. Yes, the hypoallergenic ones are fine, but they are a little on the expensive side. These Nature's Variety treats are safe for both dogs, they really like them, and the price is right. I'll definitely be buying these in the future.
January 20, 2014
My dogs been on the rabbit potato dog food after her stomach had her in ER for 3 days. (Luckily I live near a vet school - we would have lost her).
I swore she would never eat anything but her food forever. But it's Christmas, right? So I decided to give these a try. She loves them and no side effects. I'm sure she would love anything I put in front if her, but these are the only snacks I trust for now.
December 28, 2013
Border collie approved!
These fit perfectly in medium and large kongs and keep my border collies occupied. They love them and they are good for them! Win win in my opinion!
December 29, 2012
Our Shar Pei loves these rabbit snacks. He is fussy about food and snacks but this time he immediately liked the taste. We are going to order the wet rabbit food and see if he also likes it.
August 4, 2012