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Hill's Prescription Diet Soft Baked Dog Treats

Hill's Prescription Diet Soft Baked Dog Treats

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    2 Paws Up!

    By CharlieB on Jan 12, 2021

    My finicky boy turns his nose up at most treats but these are a keeper. A little on the pricy side but I only give him 1 treat a day (due to size) so they’ll last a bit. He loves the flavor and they don’t upset his stomach. Also want to give a shout out to CHEWY’s Customer Service!!! They really do My finicky boy turns his nose up at most treats but these are a keeper. A little on the pricy side but I only give him 1 treat a day (due to size) so they’ll last a bit. He loves the flavor and they don’t upset his stomach. Also want to give a shout out to CHEWY’s Customer Service!!! They really do stand behind their products and want the best for our companions. Thank you! … more

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    NOT Soft Baked

    By Abby on Jan 13, 2021

    Our 13 year old pup was recently diagnosed with early stage kidney disease. We have her on the Hill's dry and wet food and she seems to enjoy those relatively well. We wanted to branch out to try treats. She's had several dental procedures, being older, and has missing or very sensitive teeth and gums Our 13 year old pup was recently diagnosed with early stage kidney disease. We have her on the Hill's dry and wet food and she seems to enjoy those relatively well. We wanted to branch out to try treats. She's had several dental procedures, being older, and has missing or very sensitive teeth and gums. So we only give her soft baked treats. Was really excited to see these in her diet plan. VERY disappointed when we received them. In NO way are these soft baked and easy on older teeth and gums. We even tried cutting them into smaller pieces to see if they'd be easier for her to eat and we truly struggles to even cut them in half with a kitchen knife. Needless to say, this will not work at all for our pup. … more

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