PetKind Grain-Free Green Beef Tripe Dog Treats, 5-oz bag
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PetKind Green Beef Tripe Treats features only 1 ingredient: Green Beef Tripe. This “smelly” dehydrated treat is just what dogs love - extremely palatable and 100% pure!
- Great for picky eaters
- Suitable for all life stages
- Grain free makes it ideal for sensitive stomachs
- Cleaner teeth
- Digestive improvement
- Healthy & nutritious for puppies
- Rejuvenation for older dogs
- Lustrous and healthy skin+coat
- Great for training!
- Intended for mid-large size dogs but is also great for smaller breeds - just cut it into smaller, bite size pieces and let them enjoy!
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Customer Ratings & Reviews
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 15 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by mackenziemom Doggie Crack Cocaine Smells awful to humans; dogs love it! As soon s I open my air-tight container, my dogs comes running from across my apartment. January 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by GermanShepherdMom "SMELLY" for sure Like a moron, I opened the bag and took a big whiff. Why? I don't know.... But I just about gagged. My dogs, however, love this stuff. I mix it in with their food once or twice a week and they gobble the stuff down. It smells horrid, but it's good for the dogs and they get so excited when I pull the bag out of the pantry. August 2, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by white837 Great Training Treat These Green Beef Tripe Treats are like Crack for Dogs, it is very addictive to them. Once they taste it they want more and more and will do anything you ask to get it. My Pit Bull Terrier, Bailey would not Come When Called or Kennel Up when asked to, but now I just have to tell him once and he comes immediately or Kennels Up when asked expecting to get his Green Beef Tripe Treat. It has a strong order that he can smell from far away and this helps a lot in his Long Line Training. Maybe I shouldn't mention this in fear that Chewy will raise there price or have trouble keeping it in stock but Chewy's price was the lowest on the Internet or in any Pet Supply Store that I could find after hours of searching to get the best price. I highly recommend this treat as a Training Treat or just a I Love You Treat October 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by MastiffandGDluv Dogs luv luv luv this treat! We love the Petkind brand and use several of their products and happy with all we've tried. These treat all 4 of mine go nuts for which they are all 4 giant breeds ranging from 150 to almost 200 pounds. These treats are perfect for my big guys for a xtra special treat. October 18, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by JJDH Too hard I previously purchased the green lamb tripe treats, and loved them. They were long, flexible strips that were very easy to break up, and they didn't crumble in your pocket. I don't like the green beef tripe treats at all-or maybe I just got a bad bag. These treats are hard, very difficult to break up into training treat size, and they are greasy. October 20, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by ctgirl This is the smelliest product ever! Although this tripe (jerky like) is awful smelling my dogs loooovvvveeee it! I have never fed tripe before, fresh or other ways. I had no idea that it smelled so awful, gag! So even though my dogs just can't get enough ,for my own health I will pass on these treats. again, Sorry Mr Chewy, this isn't your fault but mine by ordering it! I wonder if fresh tripe is any better smelling? lol. Thanks. Bella, Scarlet, Sykes and Callahan (my very sad pups!) January 23, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by mom2labs Good product My dogs loved these, however one was so big, and I couldn't break or cut it into pieces. It was about 3 " by 4 1/2 ". April 12, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by PiaOnomato Not What I expected I buy the PetKind lamb tripe treats which are soft, breakable strips. I thought that these were the same treats in beef but these are hard, dehydrated 'chips'. My dogs seem to like them fine but I prefer moist training treats that I can break into small bits. October 28, 2014