|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Corn, Chicken, Pork...||Corn, Chicken, Pork...||Cornstarch, Chicken, Glycerin...||Beef (Source of Collagen), Chicken, Rice Flour...||Corn, Chicken, Glycerin...|
|Special Diet||Rawhide-Free||Rawhide-Free||Rawhide-Free||High-Protein, Limited Ingredient Diet, Rawhide-Free, Natural||Rawhide-Free|
|Breed Size||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds|
|Food Flavor||Poultry, Chicken||Meat, Bacon||Poultry, Chicken||Chicken, Beef||Fruits & Vegetables, Sweet Potato|
|Health Feature||—||—||—||Dental & Breath Care, Digestive Health, Hip & Joint Support...||—|
Our dog either smells them and knows where we keep them. When we ask her to show us (using sign language) - her third learned language), she goes and sticks her nose right into the drawer face. Not sure who trained whom here as she gets one if she says hello (gives you her paw). to sum it up, these are great and easy for dispensing to a dog, as well as being a way to train them if broken into pieces. Highly recommend the peanut butter flavor.
We assist in Boston Rescue - our 10 LB Callie has digestive issues that have never been diagnosed- presents like a Liver shunt - 32 diets later we found a couple of solutions to put weight on her and give her a chance to absorb nutrients. This is the ONLY treat she can have and that her body does not have a negative reaction. I am most grateful to give her something she can enjoy.
I don’t know what is in here but our dog who usually eats anything would not eat these. Immediately dropped and did not touch it the rest of day.
Both our dogs adore these treats. If they know they’re getting a treat, they’ll wait by the cupboard door. They grab it and run off to make sure the other one can’t get there’s. They will even play around with them. Throwing it up and catching it before eating it. Thanks
Maddie loves the dreambones. The dreambone is a softer stick than the Dingo sticks. Although the Dingo sticks are more expensive I will continue to buy the Dingo Sticks.
I used to get the Dream Bones that were knotted on the ends, and my dog liked them. I thought I would get some of these for a change, so I could give him one a day... Well, I gave him one, and he ate it, but acted like he was being forced to practically! The second one is still uneaten, and on the floor! Not the same composition as the other bones, and I probably won't buy again! They smell weird too!
He could not decide if he wanted to try it. Then finally he picked it up and ate away! It was funny to watch him decide since he isn't picky over treats. He likes them now!
I got these twists for my dog Lucy and she got so violently sick from them! She threw up and had diarrhea for three days. These are terrible for dogs stomach and I have never encountered any product like this! I would put 0 stars if that was an option! Do NOT give these to your dogs!
My greyhound loves these and they aren't full of calories calories. She begs for these and giving only one makes her quite content.
Digestible and with just enough chew for a 8 month old shih tzu. He loves them