Made with only three simple ingredients, Blue Ridge Naturals Chicken Breast & Sweet Tater Fillets Dog Treats make healthy snacks with a taste that dogs go crazy over. Blue Ridges combines the natural flavors of premium lean chicken breast and wholesome sweet potatoes with a dash of salt for an enticing fillet. It’s low in calories and delivers quality protein, antioxidants and essential vitamins and minerals. Not only is it completely nutritious, but this treat has a chewy texture your dog will enjoy chomping on to satisfy his chewing instincts.
All natural, premium treats that are easy on the gums and provide a safe alternative to rawhide
Made from real chicken and dehydrated sweet potatoes for an exceptionally healthy and delicious treat for your furry friend
Tasty fillet shape and smoky flavor tempts doggy taste buds. Chewy, jerky texture that will satisfy your dogs natural chewing instincts
Sweet potatoes have the highest percentage of vitamins A & C, folate, iron, copper and calcium of any vegetable for overall health and well-being
Great for dogs of all sizes and ages with no fillers or artificial flavors, just real ingredients
My dogs love these! They are soft enough and can be broken into smaller pieces. Low fat and perfect for dogs with a diet restriction.
Soft and great for training
on May 1, 2020
Our 40 pound fur baby loves them. I like that they are soft so I can break them into smaller pieces which is great for training. I only buy thats made in the USA with the fewest natural ingredients or I make my own. These are good and I will purchase again.
Dogs & cat love them
on Feb 1, 2020
I was happy with these. They are good sized & textured soft enough to tear into smaller pieces for the littler mouths. Our one cat eats them too. Just wish you got more for your money, they are on the pricey side for how fast they gobble them up.
Picky Dog Approved
on Apr 22, 2020
My picky dog loves these treats. I love them because they only have three ingredients.
Not sure yet
on May 16, 2020
My one Greyhound loved them, the other threw up so I’m not sure.
Misleading Nutritional Information
on Oct 23, 2019
Just got a package of these today for the first time. My dog seems to like them, but the lower rating is for the nutritional information, or lack thereof, on the package. First, they don't mention the calorie count at all on the pouch, which Chewy shows as 85.1 kcal/oz. Calories info is important for those of us that want to watch our pet's weight. Also, I would like to know the calories per treat, not the calories per ounce.
Secondly, the protein listed on the package shows as 28%, shown on a paper sticker that covers what used to be there. I peeled it off, and it says 32% underneath, which corresponds to what Chewy lists. If the manufacturer is going to change nutritional info, thenJust got a package of these today for the first time. My dog seems to like them, but the lower rating is for the nutritional information, or lack thereof, on the package. First, they don't mention the calorie count at all on the pouch, which Chewy shows as 85.1 kcal/oz. Calories info is important for those of us that want to watch our pet's weight. Also, I would like to know the calories per treat, not the calories per ounce.
Secondly, the protein listed on the package shows as 28%, shown on a paper sticker that covers what used to be there. I peeled it off, and it says 32% underneath, which corresponds to what Chewy lists. If the manufacturer is going to change nutritional info, then they should contact the big sellers like Chewy so that they can update their web pages.
Also, the package (now different than the one shown on Chewy) has a prominent area that states "Just 3 Ingredients", but nowhere is there an ingredient list. Chewy shows 5 ingredients in their nutritional info.
Most important in my opinion, the package lists the "Recommended number of treats for your dog per day" based on dog's weight. For one thing, what do they mean by "recommended number"? They should be saying "recommended maximum number". For my dog, who weighs 54 pounds, they show 6-8 treats. These are large treats, and that is way too many to give a dog, especially because most dogs get a variety of treats throughout the day.
Finally, I just noticed that the package says "treated by irradiation" on it. What?? Never seen that on ANY package of treats or otherwise. I need to call the manufacturer before my dog gets any more of these.… more
Blue Ridge Naturals
on Dec 27, 2019
Monte the Black Lab, enjoys them. He is on a diet, so he gets a treat twice a week. I don't think the recommendation for a 100 pound should be 7-8 treats. would like to see calorie per strip.
zero for all three
on Nov 4, 2019top1000Contributor
None of my dogs like these unfortunately so we will have to give it 0 stars for us however I took them to the local dog shelter and many of the puppies likes them!
Keona did not like
on Jan 8, 2020top1000Contributor
Again, I donated this to the humane society. Keona sniffed it but refused to eat.
on Dec 16, 2019
My baby loves these. She's been eating them since she was 6 weeks old. If I run out, I'm a bad mama.