|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Beef, Chicken, Soy Grits...||Chicken, Soy Grits, Sugar...||Beef, Meat By-products, Soy Grits...||Meat By-products, Soy Grits, Liver...||Beef, Meat By-products, Soy Grits...|
|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, All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds|
|Food Flavor||Meat, Beef||Poultry, Chicken||Meat, Beef, Bacon||Meat, Beef||Meat, Beef|
|Special Diet||Rawhide-Free, Pea-Free||Rawhide-Free, Pea-Free||Rawhide-Free, Pea-Free||Rawhide-Free, Pea-Free||Rawhide-Free, Pea-Free|
|Health Feature||Vitamins & Minerals||Vitamins & Minerals||—||—||—|
We got two of these containers. The first container had soft and chewy bones in there and the dogs love them. The second container looks like they just cleared it off the end of the line with a bunch of pieces and really not very many whole bones. I know that is not chewy fault, but it seems like manufacture should have a little bit better quality on their lines. Would purchase again no problem.
Fed these new treats to my 3 Goldens. 2 were fine, 1 threw up blood. A week later, blood in stool. Got an ultrasound, everything was fine. Vet said maybe he got into something.. Walter is not one to eat random things. Later, I fed this to him again not realizing it could have been the issue and he threw up again. These will be going in the trash.
Seems like it doesn't affect all dogs, my guy has a bit of sensitive stomach, and the hard version of milkbone treats are just fine on him, but these soft treats have him in a bad place. Garlic powder is an ingredient, not sure if it's related. Anyway, he loved them, but the consequences were not fun.
I’m in a situation where I probably shouldn’t have additional mouths to feed. But they deserve a treat because they’re good old dogs and they listen. lol These are softer, so I feel like it’s easier on their teeth, and they seem to like them.
This is the one treat that I don’t want to be without. My mini dachshund has a half in the morning and the other half in the evening every day. He loves them. I’ve bought other treats that he turns his nose up at but this one he never gets tired of.
Unlike the harder bone versions of Milk-Bone, these are far more expensive per bone. The dog enjoys them but honestly enjoys the harder version more with the crunch it provides. In addition, these, while soft, are so small that for larger dogs they are just gone in a second, and being soft is almost pointless. So the value just is not there and I would not recommend them for anyone with medium to larger dogs. Probably good for smaller dogs without a decent bite force though.
I can’t attest to any ingredients or health stats but what I do know is my dog loves them. My senior dog can’t get enough of them, they’re soft on her teeth and easy to break apart for training.
Our rescue dog dont have many teeth and cant chew regular milk bones, but by breaking the soft chews up for her she gets to enjoy these delicious treats too.
My super picky Morkie was really enthusiastic for these soft little treats for about a week then the thrill quickly wore off! We still have quite a bit of the package but it's hit and miss at this point. They are nice and soft for small dog mouths and break easily
We have a 10 month old springer spaniel and we found that the size of these milk chewy treats are just the right size for her. And she really likes them.