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American Journey Lamb Recipe Grain-Free Oven Baked Crunchy Biscuit Dog Treats

American Journey Lamb Recipe Grain-Free Oven Baked Crunchy Biscuit Dog Treats

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    Prefect Nighttime Snack

    By Spec on Dec 6, 2020

    All my pets get a snack around 9:00p and these threats work well for Lilianna, a mid size dog. Lily gets excited for snack time and enjoys these crunchy treats - poof, they are gone. Healthy, affordable and easy to portion. I appreciate the different flavors - and so does Lily. These treats will definitely All my pets get a snack around 9:00p and these threats work well for Lilianna, a mid size dog. Lily gets excited for snack time and enjoys these crunchy treats - poof, they are gone. Healthy, affordable and easy to portion. I appreciate the different flavors - and so does Lily. These treats will definitely be on our snack list. … more

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    Not for picky chewers

    By Pickymom4pickydog on Nov 27, 2020

    I have a small 13-pound Pekingese, his name is Shadow and he's 5. He is very much as picky as they come. He really only likes the "begin' bacon strips", but after realizing how many harmful ingredients they contain I stopped giving them to him. But I decided to try something cleaner for a change. Unfortunately I have a small 13-pound Pekingese, his name is Shadow and he's 5. He is very much as picky as they come. He really only likes the "begin' bacon strips", but after realizing how many harmful ingredients they contain I stopped giving them to him. But I decided to try something cleaner for a change. Unfortunately, I quickly discovered that he will only gnaw on these until they're soggy and he'll leave them laying around. He will only eat them if I break them up into really, really, really tiny pieces, and even then that doesn't work. To be fair they are pretty freakin hard, it is a struggle to break them off by hand considering they are about the size of a quarter. Definitely do not recommend if your pupper is like mine. … more

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