Owner should always supervise their pet when feeding treats. Treats should be no more than 10% of your dog’s daily calorie intake. These treats are not a substitute for your dog’s main meal. They are for intermittent or supplemental feeding only.
I have no doubt about the quality, but theses treats are small and hard, and I am fearful of giving it to my older cat, because of the possibility of breaking a tooth. I think a cat may swallow theses whole, but doesn't, that negate the treat? May be ok for younger cats, but I'm sticking with other freeze dried varieties like Cat-Man-Doo and Pure Bites. These varieties are larger than Bravo, and can be broken up.
Picky cat would not eat
on Apr 19, 2018
My picky 2-year-old Ragdoll would not even try these treats, she just sniffed them and walked away. I’m sure there is nothing wrong with the product, just my girl being picky.
My cats LOVE these
on Oct 16, 2017
Since discovering the freeze dried snacks, my cats have never been more excited for treat time.
Treats make Buffy smile
on Dec 24, 2017
Only one cat of six cares about treats of any kind but he does like the Bravo Turkey a lot.
My NFC loves them
on Feb 15, 2017
My Norwegian Forest Cat loves Bravo treats. I know they have all natural ingredients and they are small enough for her. No digestion problems. Highly recommend.
Bravo! is an excellent name for this product.
on Feb 12, 2016
Due to health issues, our kitties need a 100% turkey product. We are with our first container of Bravo! and our kitties relish it as a special treat. We are all happy campers. Bravissimo for Bravo!
on Dec 6, 2014
When I say the word "treat", both of my kitties come running. This is the first treat that I have purchased that they both love.