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Chicken Soup for the Soul Savory Snacks Lamb Dog Treats, 6-oz bag

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Chicken Soup for the Soul Savory Snacks Lamb Dog Treats are all-natural dog treats made with real lamb as the first ingredient. Inspired by the stories of special moments between pet parents and their pets, these heart-shaped treats let you bond with your pup over a delicious snack. They’re highly palatable, full-flavor, soft and meaty bites that you can share with every furry friend in your family. Each heartwarming treat is made without corn, wheat, soy or artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. Chicken Soup is proud to support adoption programs and shelters across the country, which is why they feature rescue pets and their owners on every bag.

Key Benefits

  • All-natural dog treats made with real lamb as the first ingredient, so you know your pup is getting the best
  • Heart-shaped treats let you bond with your pup over a delicious snack
  • Full-flavored, soft and meaty bites that you can share with every furry friend in your family
  • Free of any corn, wheat, soy, or by-products
  • No artificial colors, flavors or preservatives

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  • Item Number
    101761
  • Breed Size
    All Breeds, Small, Medium, Large
  • Food Form
    Treats
  • Lifestage
    All Stages, Adult
  • Made in
    United States
  • Special Diet
    No Corn No Wheat No Soy

Nutritional Info

Ingredients

Lamb, Brown Rice, Oat Groats, Cane Molasses, Chicken Meal, Potato Starch, Glycerin, Water Sufficient For Processing, Poultry Fat (Preserved With Mixed Tocopherols), Pork Gelatin, Citric Acid (A Preservative), Natural Flavor, Brewers Dried Yeast, Monoglycerides, Salt, Natural Smoke Flavor, Potassium Sorbate (A Preservative), Caramel Color, Parsley, Mixed Tocopherols (A Preservative), Rosemary Extract.

Caloric Content

2,960 kcal/kg, 8 kcal/treat

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 12.0% min
Crude Fat 7.0% min
Crude Fiber 4.0% max
Moisture 28.0% max

Feeding Instructions

Always supervise your dog when feeding treats. Intended as supplemental feeding only. Treats should not make up more than 10% of your dog’s daily diet. To maintain freshness, reseal after opening.

Frequently Asked Questions

What does the Guaranteed Analysis tell me?

The beauty of the guaranteed analysis is that it gives you a lot of information about what is inside the bag of pet food. Once you understand how to read it, you will be much better equipped to compare different varieties of pet food.??By AAFCO regulations, the guaranteed analysis is only required to list four nutrients: crude protein, crude fat, crude fiber and moisture. However, many pet food companies add additional guarantees not only to provide you with more information about the food, but also as a mark of quality. The more things that are guaranteed, the more things that regulatory agencies can test for and fault a company if they do not meet the level on the label. Because of variances between different types of laboratory equipment, sometimes foods can be faulted even if they truly are not deficient in one of their guarantees. Added guarantees mean that the company is working very hard to manufacture a precise formulation each and every time and you can be reassured that bag to bag, that product will likely be more consistent than a product that only guarantees the four required nutrients.??The first nutrient listed is crude protein. This is a measurement of the guaranteed minimum level of protein in the food. If the food guarantees a minimum of 21% protein, it is not going to contain 32% protein. By AAFCO regulations, a diet that states a guarantee of 21% protein, may have no less than 20.4% protein. There is not a specified maximum, but the protein is typically within 2% of the target. So a 21% protein formula would range from 21% to 23%, but would most often be right at 21% or slightly higher. Your dog will benefit from a food that has protein from animal protein sources. After you check the level of protein, look at the ingredient listing to see where that protein is coming from.??The next listing is crude fat. This is also a minimum guarantee, with a 10% allowed variance. So, if the guaranteed minimum fat content is 15%, the minimum allowed by AAFCO would be 13.5%. Most foods very closely target the fat level, so expect very little variance in this nutrient.??Next comes crude fiber. This is typically pretty low, 2-3%, and is a maximum level. In hairball formulas for cats and weight loss formulas, you will usually see a higher level of fiber, usually 6-8%. Higher fiber formulas will result in larger stools than low fiber formulas, but this is to be expected.??Finally, you will see the moisture guarantee. In dry formulas, this is typically 8-12% maximum and in canned formulas it is typically 75 – 85%.??Protein and fat will show the widest variance between different types of pet foods. Cat foods have higher protein than most dog foods. Formulas specifically designed for athletes, puppies, and low carbohydrate formulas for dogs will have high protein content and often high fat content as well.??

Does the heat of the cooking damage the nutrients in your food?

Yes and no. It is true that some of the nutrients in the food are diminished by the cooking process. Because of this, we make sure to add higher than necessary levels of these particular nutrients so that the finished product provides optimal nutrition and meets our guarantees.??The food must be cooked under certain conditions (including heat of approximately 200 degrees) to guarantee that the starches in the food are gelatinized. This means that the chemical structure of the starches (or carbohydrates) in the food are altered so that they are able to be digested by the animal eating the food. ??While there are some nutritionists who believe that raw foods are the only way to feed ourselves and our pets, we know that you can provide your pet excellent nutrition by feeding a high quality, convenient dry product like ours.

Have you made any recent changes to your ingredient decks?

As part of our commitment to provide the finest products possible, we recently made improvements to our kibble that significantly increased our nutritional levels and palatability. These improvements reflect our dedication to providing a premium, complete and balanced pet food that you can feel confident feeding to your pet. Click on any of the recipes listed below to see the differences in our our current and previous ingredient decks.

Does this food contain ethoxyquin?

Chicken Soup for the Soul sources all protein meals (chicken meal, fish meal, etc) from vendors that do not use ethoxyquin. As always, only natural preservatives are used in our manufacturing process to preserve the foods.

Is Chicken Soup for the Soul irradiated?

Food irradiation is a process in which foods are exposed to radiant energy, including gamma rays, electron beams, and x-rays to eliminate foodborne pathogens.

We do not irradiate Chicken Soup for the Soul for a number of reasons, the most important of which is that it is not guaranteed to kill 100% of pathogens present. Irradiation also has the possibility to accelerate the oxidation of the fat in the food and make it spoil faster. If misapplied, irradiation has proven to be hostile toward vitamins, especially B1 (thiamin), activity. A thiamin deficiency in cats can cause numerous health concerns, including neurological disorders.

Are your meats hormone and antibiotic free?

Yes. All of our meats are purchased from food grade suppliers and are certified hormone and antibiotic free.

Do you use any chemical preservatives?

Chemicals are not used to preserve any of our formulas. We use mixed tocopherols (vitamin E) to preserve the chicken fat in our pet foods. Added ascorbic acid (vitamin C) and rosemary extract in some of the formulas also have preservative effects.

Why do you put salt in your diets?

The answer to this question is simple! Dogs and cats require it in their diet. Sodium and chloride are important minerals for dogs and cats, especially for young puppies and kittens. Dietary sodium must be at a minimum of 0.3% on a dry matter basis for growth and reproduction for dogs and 0.2% on a dry matter basis for cats. If we didn't add salt, we would not meet these minimum requirements. For adults, the minimum required is much lower. However, there is some research that supports higher “recommended” amounts. For adult to middle aged dogs, that amount is 0.2-0.4% on a dry matter basis. For cats in the same life-stage, it is 0.2-0.6%. As dogs reach senior status, the recommended amount drops slightly to 0.15-0.35%. As cats reach senior status, the recommended amount drops to 0.2-0.5%. Although our diets are not “salt restricted” like some prescription formulations, they are certainly not high in salt.

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Mealtime provides us with special moments to connect with our pets. Chicken Soup for the Soul lets you do just that with slow-cooked, flavorful foods that show your dog how much you care. And knowing that your pet is getting all of the vitamins and minerals he needs will give you that same sense of comfort. With the variety of different life stage formulas, appealing selection of real-meat proteins, and options for dietary restrictions, Chicken Soup for the Soul has your pet's well-being as their top priority.

Holistic Nutrition and Home-Cooked Taste
Made With Love and Slow Cooked to Perfection

Made With Love and Slow Cooked to Perfection

The ingredients in Chicken Soup for the Soul are slow cooked for wholesomeness. Low-temperature cooking for a longer period of time helps lock in nutrients and preserve natural flavors. The real meats, fruits and legumes retain all of their amino acids, vitamins and minerals to enhance your dog's overall health.

A Special Meal for Your Special Dog

Whether you're looking for grain-free options or making the decision between wet and dry dog food, you will find that superior ingredients are included in all of Chicken Soup for the Soul's pet food. With no added corn, wheat or soy or artificial coloring, flavoring or preservatives, and formulas available for sensitive digestion, Chicken Soup for the Soul has a food to fit any pet's diet. The real chicken, turkey, duck or salmon and wholesome veggies, fruits and herbs support overall health and vigor.

A Special Meal for Your Special Dog
Real Meat, Served With Love

Real Meat, Served With Love

Serving your dog the highest quality meats will satisfy his cravings and keep him healthy and happy. Chicken Soup for the Soul uses multiple protein sources for a more balanced protein intake and development of optimum muscle tone. Quality proteins like real beef, chicken, duck, salmon and turkey provide the ideal range of amino acids for overall good health.

Wholesome, Heartwarming Ingredients

Chicken Soup for the Soul foods never have added corn, wheat or soy or artificial coloring, flavoring or preservatives. Here are a few beneficial ingredients you'll find in some of the recipes:

Flaxseed

Flaxseed

Offers omega-3 and 6 fatty acids to maintain healthy skin and shiny coat while providing energy.

Cranberries

Cranberries

A good source of antioxidants to support and maintain your pet's urinary tract and immune system.

Apples

Apples

Support overall well-being with antioxidants and vitamins A and C, and also offer a good source of fiber.

Carrots

Carrots

Provide fiber, vitamins, antioxidants like beta-carotene, and minerals, and help promote healthy eyes.

About Chicken Soup for the Soul

Chicken Soup for the Soul combines the warmth and comfort of food with the highest quality ingredients, served with love. With a dedication to all animals, regardless of where they come from, Chicken Soup for the Soul is proud to support animal shelters and rescues by featuring adopted pets on all of their food bags. By pet lovers, for pet lovers and family owned and operated for more than 10 years, Chicken Soup for the Soul makes all-natural, premium diets for your furry four-legged family members and their own pets too.

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    When one has a deaf cocker and a blind/deaf cocker life is busy. They have become fussy eaters. The Chicken Soup has been a hit plus I can finger split the treat giving a little less each time. I also add a couple crumbs to the blind dog's dish so she can find it faster. Soft is good when some teeth are gone.

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    My girl is some what fussy about her treats, especially ones that are good for her. She absolutely loves these! She will look at the package and bark until she gets them! She will take the package if I try to ignore her. She can't get enough!

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    I would definitely recommend this treat for dogs because I have a very picky puppy, and he absolutely adores these. They're nice and soft which makes it easy to break them into smaller pieces for him. Definitely lasts him a while to go through just one bag haha

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