Bocce's Bakery Local Batch The Big Apple Pie Recipe Dog Treats, 8-oz bag

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Description

There’s nothing quite like Grandma’s apple pie—until your best buddy takes his first bite of Bocce's Bakery Local Batch The Big Apple Pie Recipe Dog Treats. These scrumptious morsels are baked in small, 50-pound batches with mostly organic and local ingredients. Featuring only real ingredients and zero by-product meals or fillers, they’re a paw-some way for your pup to savor his piece of the pie.

Key Benefits
  • Crafted only with real ingredients—vegetarian!
  • All-natural, wheat-free recipe.
  • Free of by-product meals and fillers.
  • Big Apple Pie treats are like a delicious dessert for your fruit-loving BFF.
  • Lovingly made in small, 50-pound batches in the USA.

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  • Item Number
    201965
  • Weight
    8 ounces
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Breed Size
    Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds
  • Food Form
    Treats
Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Organic Barley Flour, Apples, Honey, Cinnamon

Caloric Content

21 kcal/treat

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 9.9% min
Crude Fat 1% min
Crude Fiber 1% max
Moisture 5.6% max
Feeding Instructions

Feed as a snack or treat as part of a healthy diet

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Too hard and dry

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    First time purchasing these for my dog. The reason is because very few ingredients and the ingredients were healthy. The company needs to add sunflower oil so these biscuits will be softer for dogs to chew. In order for my dog to eat these, I have to break them up in a baggie using a meat mallet to crush so he can eat them. I would strongly suggest all other companies that make dog treats use only sunflower oil and never bad and unhealthy oils like palm oil, coconut oil, cottonseed oil, lard, or canola oil. All clog humans arteries, and cause heart attacks or strokes. Palm oil was banned since the 1980's, and then when time had passed, was put back into human foods, and now in pet food. First time purchasing these for my dog. The reason is because very few ingredients and the ingredients were healthy. The company needs to add sunflower oil so these biscuits will be softer for dogs to chew. In order for my dog to eat these, I have to break them up in a baggie using a meat mallet to crush so he can eat them. I would strongly suggest all other companies that make dog treats use only sunflower oil and never bad and unhealthy oils like palm oil, coconut oil, cottonseed oil, lard, or canola oil. All clog humans arteries, and cause heart attacks or strokes. Palm oil was banned since the 1980's, and then when time had passed, was put back into human foods, and now in pet food. Canola oil comes from a toxic weed (rapseed) grown profusely in Canada, hence, the CAN in CANola oil. All companies that make human and pet food and treats, please be considerate of human and animal health and well being. Thank you for listening. … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Apple lover

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    Our schnoodle loves apples and theee treats fill that need. The treats smell great. I always give them the sniff test and Dak gobbles them up.

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