|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Potato Starch, Corn Starch, Vegetable Glycerin...||Carob & Peanut Butter Flavor: Enriched Wheat Flour, Sugar, Canola Oil...||Potato Starch, Corn Starch, Vegetable Glycerin...||Wheat Flour, Peanut Flour, Peanut Butter...||Whole Wheat, Wheat Flour, Rolled Oats...|
|Breed Size||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds|
|Food Flavor||Chicken||—||Bacon||Peanut Butter||Meat, Fruits & Vegetables, Beef, Bacon|
|Special Diet||Rawhide-Free, Sensitive Digestion||Rawhide-Free, Flax-Free, Pea-Free, Chicken-Free||Rawhide-Free, Sensitive Digestion||Rawhide-Free, Flax-Free, Chicken-Free||Rawhide-Free|
|Health Feature||Dental & Breath Care, Digestive Health||—||Dental & Breath Care, Digestive Health||—||—|
My Beagle LOVES to chew, so though these don't last long with him, they do take him a bit longer to eat than a small Milk Bone, so we alternate.
My dogs love them. However they seem to have loose stools after eating them. The beef ones do not do this. I’m guessing it is the cheese?? In them.
My dog is very picky and he is not fond of these treats he will take a small bite of these milkbone treats and then let the rest of it untouched
Originally purchased on Smuckers website, a little pricey there, found on Chewy, a winner for pet parents! Easy for them to chew and swallow!
My dog is an old dog, and it is hard to teach her new tricks. She is VERY picky when it comes to eating her kernels and treats. Surprisingly her grandma bought her these for Christmas, and she LOVES them. They are one of three treats that she eats faithfully. We also love the steak and bacon flavor.
Nice little treat that’s not harsh on the tummy.
I received these treats for free on exchange for my honest opinion. My dog seems to absolutely love these treats! She’s a ~45 pound Border Collie mix and she devours these in about two minutes, so they’re definitely more of a treat than a chew for her! For a smaller dog, they would probably be more of a chew. Unfortunately, my smaller dog is a senior with bad teeth and these were just a bit too much for his teeth, but I think they would be great for a younger smaller dog!
Syd will go outside because she knows when she comes in she will get one !
These chewy treats are the perfect little snack to keep your pup busy! My dog loved the cheesy chicken variety and loved chewing on these. She's a senior dog, so sometimes she turns her nose at new treats or buries them instead of eating them, but she ate a whole bag of these over the course of a few weeks. I loved the price and she loves the taste.
We have the Abbott and Costello of dogs. Both are tawny tan, with expressive eyes and sweet dispositions typical of beagle mutts. Zee, however, is about 12 years old. He's about 45lbs of solid dog stuffed into a very sturdy sausage shape, propelled by a tiny stub nubbin of a tail. Kona is a puppy, not yet 2 years old, and weighs about the same as Zee. But his pounds are stretched out into a lanky, dopey, puppy form. He's shaped more like those squeaky balloon dogs. Both of them are typically Milk-Bone fiends. When I open a bag of treats, one comes thundering down the stairs while the other lopes along with the confidence of a youngest sibling. Both of my dogs were curious about these flavor twists, and I'm sure they enjoyed them given how quickly they were demolished, but I think these treats might be better suited for smaller dogs. With my dogs, they lasted about 2.37 seconds, providing near instant gratification, but zero chew satisfaction. We're definitely stocking up on other treats in this release (the Stuffed and Stacked treats were huge wins in our house), but will likely pass on these, simply because they were quite...small.