Rated 5 out of 5 by Anne Great Stuff
Three pups like it well. We rotate in this kibble plus canned tripe or other high quality canned and TruDog Beef. Wish this stuff cost less!!
September 24, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by SanJoseGirl Hard Crisp Chew
This is an excellent HARD CRISP chew. It is not soft due to the product. It's not delicious or appetizing for people, it's for dogs....it stinks and is slightly oily....so my dogs love it! I can give it to my young whippet as a crate treat. it takes him a couple of minutes to get through a couple of large pieces (vs. soft chews) EXCELLENT product, just don't expect something you can break pieces off of or Jerky.
July 27, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by JoPoe Good product if you can afford it.
They seemed to help. I'm trying to keep my dog from eating grass.
Unfortunately there too expensive for me. I didn't realize when I made my first purchase. I thought they would last longer.
July 24, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Padraig A Favorite Treat
These tripe treats have been our dogs' (springer spaniels) favorites for years. I'm convinced of the many benefits of green tripe in its various forms.
These treats plus PetKind Tripett Green Beef Tripe have kept our dogs' teeth clean and healthy. Our vet was amazed by the condition of the teeth in our 15 y.o. Our first dog had a lot of plaque before the introduction of tripe to her diet.
Be sure to give appropriate sized pieces for the size of your dog, and his chewing style. I do break these in half to make them a smaller special treat, but not so small that he can swallow without chewing.
Just to know what to expect, they are random shapes and sizes, hard and somewhat brittle, and a little smelly (some would say very smelly, but that's part of the appeal).
I strongly recommend them.
January 22, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by white837 Great Training Treat
These Green Beef Tripe Treats are like Crack for Dogs, it is very addictive to them. Once they taste it they want more and more and will do anything you ask to get it. My Pit Bull Terrier, Bailey would not Come When Called or Kennel Up when asked to, but now I just have to tell him once and he comes immediately or Kennels Up when asked expecting to get his Green Beef Tripe Treat. It has a strong order that he can smell from far away and this helps a lot in his Long Line Training. Maybe I shouldn't mention this in fear that Chewy will raise there price or have trouble keeping it in stock but Chewy's price was the lowest on the Internet or in any Pet Supply Store that I could find after hours of searching to get the best price. I highly recommend this treat as a Training Treat or just a I Love You Treat
October 30, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by beachedsiren This is smelly but dogs love it
I found the smell a little over powering and regularly feed raw tripe to my dogs so I'm not a sensitive nose person. But of course the smellier the better to the dog mind. I also found the pieces too large and hard to break into smaller pieces. If you do try to break into smaller, more manageable pieces then the brittleness of the pieces causes some "fall out" dust. I have no question as to the high quality of this product - it is extremely high quality. It just isn't one that I will personally buy again as the pieces are just too large for treats IMO. I just don't wish to give my large dogs these big slabs of treats. I prefer the dehydrated Vital tripe Nibblets. The size is better for training.
June 11, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lynn Great Treats!
My dog loves these treats. I wish the quantity was more in a bag for the price.
December 16, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by ctgirl This is the smelliest product ever!
Although this tripe (jerky like) is awful smelling my dogs loooovvvveeee it! I have never fed tripe before, fresh or other ways. I had no idea that it smelled so awful, gag! So even though my dogs just can't get enough ,for my own health I will pass on these treats. again, Sorry Mr Chewy, this isn't your fault but mine by ordering it! I wonder if fresh tripe is any better smelling? lol. Thanks. Bella, Scarlet, Sykes and Callahan (my very sad pups!)
January 23, 2013