Tina, our 11 year old Maltese was recently diagnosed as having diabetes. So we had to be careful with her diet. Her kibble was alright, but not her treats. With the vet’s approval, we started her on Hill’s Soft-Baked Treats. She loves them! I cut them up in small pieces, since she is missing some teeth. Voila, she is happy to get treats again. Thank you Chewy for the help you gave us, finding a safe treat for Tina.
My Poodle is on the c/d prescription diet, so he gets these treats and the compatible biscuits. He loves them both, but these are his favorite! They’re easy to cut up for training, too. I cut each one into 10-12 pieces for small training treats. I wish they made a training treat that’s compatible with their prescription diets, but at least these can be cut up.
My sweet fur baby had to start this veterinary diet and I was quite reluctant to change out his favorite treats for the new, strict diet treats. Two weeks into the plan, I am relieved and pleased that he is eating these very different treats from what he has enjoyed for years. He still searches for his favorite treats, which breaks my heart, but these are an okay substitute. I’d really love to see more treat options for babies who have to go on this diet.
Dog doesn't like most treats and we were scared when she was put on prescription food that she wouldn't have any treats at all! Not only does she get prescription treats, but she loves them! And they're soft enough for her elderly teeth
My ShihZhu's eating taste is very finicky so it's taking a while for her but she finally ate her dinner and had one of the prescription treats. I think this food and treats will help her kidney problems because she is already urinating a lot better.
Our kidney diet dog liked these -- at first. I think she eventually stopped eating them because of dental problems. They are fairly large -- 1.5 inches across? -- and easy to break into smaller pieces. I think it's funny (?) that they're OK for ANY veterinary diet.
Wishing all the doggies would love them, but some do, others tolerate them because they're a treat. They're picky snickies. I have one dog with bladder stone issues that's why I tried these so she could join in the treat fun.. she's ok with them.
Charlie’s kidneys are beginning to fail so he is on Hills Prescription k/d food. He loves dog biscuits so I searched for some that he could eat. His vet recommended k/d treats. He loves them and I know I am not hurting his kidneys.
I wanted a treat that I could break into smaller pieces to put into our pup's snuffle ball or in his other treat toys and this is perfect! He was diagnosed with Pancreatitis and this was a treat that his vet approved of since it is very low fat. Best part is - he likes them!
My dog Minnie really enjoys them. She is diagnosed with stage 4 of kidney failure so when I give her the IV Fluid Drips I Reward her with these treats and she enjoys them not to hard to chew on.