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CANIDAE Grain-Free PURE Taste Game Bird Recipe Cat Treats

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Description

Give your special cat a special treat with the CANIDAE Grain Free PURE Taste Game Bird Recipe Cat Treats. Made with a limited-ingredient recipe of easy to recognize foods, these treats were created so that you can reward your feline companion with a healthy snack that tastes great. Shaped as a heart to really show the love, these treats also help clean teeth and freshen breath. Spend some quality time with your favorite feline and treat them with goodness without the grains.

Key Benefits
  • Made with fresh duck, turkey meal and quail meal, each treat contains over 30% protein.
  • Low-calorie snack features just 1.5 calories per treat.
  • Crunchy textures helps to clean teeth and freshen your cat’s breath.
  • Plenty to go around with over 250 treats in every bag.
  • Made in the USA by the family-owned company with uncompromising quality.

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  • Item Number
    91497
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Food Form
    Treats
  • Special Diet
    Grain-Free, Gluten Free
Ingredients

Duck, Turkey Meal, Quail Meal, Peas, Potatoes, Canola Oil, Sweet Potatoes, Natural Flavor, Mixed Tocopherols (a Source of Vitamin E).

Caloric Content

3,500 kcal/kg, 99 kcal/oz

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein34.0% min
Crude Fat16.0% min
Crude Fiber2.0% max
Moisture9.0% max
Rating: 3.6 of 5 stars 8 Reviews 8 Reviews 3.6 out of 5 Stars

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Rating: 3.6 of 5 stars 3.6 / 5

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    mehh

    By beabz on Jan 16, 2017 top250Contributor

    I want a healthy treat alternative as my cats are hooked on those commercial treats which are basically junk food. Sadly they don't like these :( will keep looking

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Cats weren't overly enthusiastic

    By Mabel on Sep 15, 2016

    These treats are very healthy but I guess it doesn't have the "addictive" artificial flavors that makes cats go crazy for it. My cats ate a few pieces of these, but walked away. They did finish the rest an hour later though. The treat's texture is small kibble-like.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Both Cats Hate These

    By db3058 on May 25, 2016

    My cats have eaten grain free food for 5 years, but just walk away from these "treats". One cat is a Russian Blue mix and my other is an ordinary black cat. It's the first treat they won't eat.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Even my picky cat loves this treat!

    By Smitty on Apr 28, 2016

    Both of my cats love this stuff. My girl usually turns away from any treats, but she just loves these treats. My boy also loves these too. I'm going to get some of these regular food and see what happens!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Our Cat LOVES this treat!

    By jo14 on Mar 23, 2016

    Edgar Allen Poe, our black almost one year old kity thinks that these treats are the "cat's pajamas". When he sees the bag come out his eyes get huge and he looks at me with such adoration. We think that this is a great "reward" treat also, making nail clipping and giving supplements a lot easier because he knows he will get his pay off with them.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Two out of the three cats liked them

    By Cher3 on Feb 15, 2016

    The treats are a little small to feed them with your fingers. But the two of the cats that liked them don't care;)

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Healthy Treat and Appealing to Cats

    By Magg on Jan 26, 2016 top250Contributor

    I gave this treat 4 stars, instead of 5, because one of my cats will not touch it and the other 3 like it and eat it well enough, but it is not one of their favorites. The ingredients are healthy and respectable. Three types of fowl (duck, turkey and quail), and 3 vegetables (peas, potatoes and sweet potatoes). The nutritional analysis shows Crude Protein (min.): 33.00% and Crude Fat (min.): 16.00%. Calories: 1.5 per treat. Overall very healthy. Things of concern to me: The first ingredient, fresh duck, is 80% water so, when cooked down, it ends up towards the end of the ingredient list in terms of substance and importance. On the other hand, the turkey and quail are meal ingredients, which I gave this treat 4 stars, instead of 5, because one of my cats will not touch it and the other 3 like it and eat it well enough, but it is not one of their favorites. The ingredients are healthy and respectable. Three types of fowl (duck, turkey and quail), and 3 vegetables (peas, potatoes and sweet potatoes). The nutritional analysis shows Crude Protein (min.): 33.00% and Crude Fat (min.): 16.00%. Calories: 1.5 per treat. Overall very healthy. Things of concern to me: The first ingredient, fresh duck, is 80% water so, when cooked down, it ends up towards the end of the ingredient list in terms of substance and importance. On the other hand, the turkey and quail are meal ingredients, which is meat devoid of bone and water. The peas and sweet potatoes boost the protein level, but the regular potatoes add little wholesome value to the mix. Also listed in the ingredients is "natural flavor." I hate to see unspecified ingredients of any kind in a pet food. Finally, the fat content is on the high side for a small treat, if your cat needs a low-fat diet. Not a bad treat by any means but there are better out there, for both Mom and cats. … more

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Solid treats with a reasonable ingredient list

    By kalynn on Dec 18, 2015

    My cats both like these, They don't go mad for them like they do for the cheap treats that are full of fat, salt, and animal digest, but these also don't seem to produce blow-out diarrhea like the cheap ones do. I do wish these only had one protein source, but I'm really glad to have found a treat with no chicken, beef, fish or corn that my cats actually like.

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