Fruitables Skinny Minis Grilled Bison Flavor Soft & Chewy Dog Treats, 5-oz bag
Dog/Treats/Soft & Chewy Treats
Open a bag of Fruitables treats and you will immediately smell the difference. At Fruitables, they make treats that taste as good as they smell. The smell of a big thick bison steak grilling over an open flame will get your little carnivore's attention. These Skinny Minis combine that same great taste & aroma in a calorie smart recipe that is perfect for everyday treating. Fresh from their certified organic bakery, Fruitables treats come in different textures and a variety of flavors as broad as the rainbow - go ahead, explore the deliciously healthy world of Fruitables!
The smell of a big thick bison steak grilling over an open flame will get your little carnivore's attention
Same great taste and aroma in a calorie smart format without any gluten, corn, wheat, soy, and artificial colors or flavors
Deliciously healthy option for everyday treating and training
Mini-sized treat is perfect for small breed dogs and puppies
Sweet Potato, Oatmeal, Ground Brown Rice, Tapioca Starch, Vegetable Glycerin, Ground Potatoes, Brown Sugar, Canola Oil, Ground Oats, Gelatin, Bison, Salt, Natural Grilled Bison Flavor, Phosphoric Acid, Sorbic Acid (a Preservative), Mixed Tocopherols (a Preservative), Rosemary Extract.
Intended for supplemental feeding only.
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Fruitables dog treats mix mouthwatering taste combinations and exciting textures for a difference you can smell as soon as you open the bag. Using 100% natural ingredients and select USDA organic superfoods, they deliver snacks and supplements that are as beneficial to your dog's health as they are delicious and irresistible. They're full of guilt-free goodness at just under 9 calories per treat!
All-Natural Baked Biscuits
Imagine the enticing aromas of baked cinnamon apples, fresh-out-of-the-oven pumpkin muffins, crisp bacon strips or sweet potato pie. Fruitables put all these flavors into crunchy, flower-shaped biscuits made with just a few recognizable ingredients, baked to excellence. For yogurt lovers, Fruitables mixes Greek yogurt into a pumpkin granola base and adds real strawberries, coconut or vanilla to tempt your pup's taste buds.
Soft and Chewy Training Treats
If you're looking for the ideal training treat, Fruitables created Skinny Minis, which are full of flavor but not calories. These miniature chewy bites satisfy hungry appetites with everything from sweet watermelon to savory grilled bison, and they're made without gluten, wheat, corn, soy or artificial colors or flavors. At only 3.5 calories or less, you can keep the treats coming!
Premium Cuts of Jerky
Jerky is a canine favorite, and Fruitables does it right with whole cuts of premium meats like roasted chicken, thick-cut bacon, grilled bison or duck, and skin-on salmon filets. The only other ingredient is natural flavor in the Whole Jerky, and the Whole Jerky Bites include fiber-rich apples or sweet potatoes as the third ingredient. This jerky's USA-sourced and made, with no by-products, fillers or nitrates.
Functional BioActive Treats
The natural, bioactive compounds in Fruitables BioActive treats provide the building blocks of healthy bones, joints and coats. These functional treats are also grain- and gluten-free.
FRESH MOUTH: This dental chew has a firm texture designed to scrub the entire tooth. Organic Icelandic sea kelp offers phytonutrients, while decaffeinated green tea and parsley help fight bad doggie breath.
COMPLETE JOINT CARE: Soft chews with salmon oil that provides DHA and EPA omega-3s for inflammation support. Pups get a powerhouse of glucosamine, chondroitin, collagen and calcium for strong bones and healthy connective tissue.
SOFT & GLOSSY COAT: The omega superblend from salmon oil and flaxseed, and the boost of antioxidants from sweet potatoes, blueberries and kale will keep your dog's coat radiant and skin healthy.
Delicious Food Supplements
Give your dog all-around support with Fruitables flavorful supplements. Their digestive, weight loss and food transition supplements are canned purées that are fortified with fiber from fruits and veggies, and most are available in an Easy Pour option. To slow down fast eaters and increase hydration, try mixing slow-simmered Broth Bowls into kibble, wet, dehydrated or even raw food.
Fruitables are produced by Vetscience, a company that is committed to research on animal health that leads to innovations in pet nutrition. Their treats and pet food supplements are USA sourced and made with natural and organic ingredients that are healthy and low in calories. These limited ingredient recipes are full of flavors your dog will go crazy for, not extra fillers.
My 3 dogs are Precious, 5.5 pound twelve year old Poodle, Chopper, 12 pound Shi - Poo and Branson, my Jack Russell/Chihuahua mix is 26 pounds/12 years. This brand of treats is a favorite in our house. We recently received this flavor as a gift. They are small, each dog gets 2 or 3, they are soft enough for my seniors. They eat these up quickly and completely. Some of the other reviews on here are gross and I probably won't buy this flavor again, just in case. I wasn't thrilled with the idea of them eating bison to begin with though. We will stick to the Apple/Bacon ones.
Smelly but delicious
on Dec 25, 2017
These smell bad but my dog absolutely loves them. When I'm training using these as a reward I have his attention 100% of the time even with distractions. Based on his behavior I assume these bison treats are delicious and your dog will probably like them too.
Love them plus low fat %
on Jan 18, 2018
My dog loves these. We use them for training and I rip them in half but they're small enough for most dogs to use whole for training. Toby has to have low calorie treats to keep him from getting pancreatitis again and these are perfect.
on Dec 5, 2017
These treats are a perfect size to take on a walk with Remy. They’re tiny and dry and easily fit in a jacket pocket or training pouch and don’t crumble or get messy. She loves these little morsels.
Favorite Dog Treats
on Jan 16, 2018
Fruitables ade mine and my dogs favorite brand of dog treats! I love them because they are natural and they don’t smell like most dog treats! They actually smell like food and they’re ingredients.
on Aug 19, 2017
Second time buying this product. First time was fine. So I saw they were on sale so I bought more....
Bought two bags for the low price! First bag was okay. Left them in my treat tossing pet cam for too long and had maggots!!! Gross!!!! I thought it was my fault because they're "soft treats" the maggots came from the air or something...
Second bag, brand new, had webbing and eggs inside!! I attached photos of the second bag. Emailed customer support and they're sending me new ones. But I hope this isn't the case for all the batches. I hope the manufacturer knows what's going on...
Am I the only one experiencing this?
Fruitables Grilled Bison Flavor Treats
on Dec 10, 2017
Our Maltese likes these but they seem to have more of a fruit to them. She really likes bison flavor. But I would recommend these for treats.
Bison Flavor, Not Real Bison
on Nov 11, 2017
My dog loves the Real Bison Grilled Strips. He will not touch these Grilled Bison Flavor skinny minis. The key word apparently is Flavor. Enough said.
My service dog loved them, but they didn't last long. ;)
on Oct 4, 2017
My service dog Nikki loved these, she gobbled them up, this lasted for about 3-4 days with our training (believe me, I go through a TON of treats every day training). She seemed to enjoy the flavor, and would do her chracteristic ear perk "Did I just hear the word TREAT?!" lol, My dog loves these treats, 2 paws up. :) Just wish it was in a bigger bag.
on Jul 30, 2017
We're not as certain about these as we are about a few of the fruity flavors. I now purchase Friutables for my little one since she is allergic to chicken and it's a pain to find yummy treats made w/o the stuff. Generally, these fit the bill. When my dog sees the packet she starts her jig; however, with the Bison flavor, she smelled the air around the packet and backed away. After some coaxing she finally scurried away with one. I eventually found it under a not so favorite toy. She took it again, but picked at it for a bit while glaring at me. Perhaps bison is too refined for my her. We'll pass on these next time.