|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Chicken, Soy Grits, Beef...||Chicken, Soy Grits, Beef...||Beef, Soy Grits, Sugar...||Beef, Wheat Flour, Propylene Glycol...||Chicken, Glycerin, Soy Flour...|
|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||Poultry, Chicken||Poultry, Chicken||Meat, Beef||Meat, Beef||Poultry, Chicken|
|Special Diet||Rawhide-Free, Pea-Free||Rawhide-Free, Pea-Free||Rawhide-Free, Pea-Free, Chicken-Free||Rawhide-Free, Pea-Free, Chicken-Free||Rawhide-Free|
All my dogs got diarrhea. It was so bad they couldn't even get up before they were going. This was the only new thing they had. After I threw it out it still took days for them to be back to normal. It never happened again but I never bought this junk again. The vet said don't feed this to any pets. I had to take all my dogs to the vet. Onions really? You know never to feed any animals onions. Before you sale read the ingredients. Buyer if you can't read the ingredients because it's not listed don't buy. I had to shell out over 500 for my dogs at the vet
These contain known carcinogen BHA, sugar, garlic and onion. So many ingredients a dog should not eat. So be careful feeding these. However I had to resort to these to hide pills. I tried numerous other treats, pill pockets, even hot dogs and other meat from the grocery store, but these were the only treat soft enough that I could stick a pill in and dog would not spit it back out. So these are useful, but I would not feed them on regular basis, so matter how much dog likes them.
I use these to give my dog any medication, pills or liquid. They are soft and moist enough to be able to form them around a pill. I also crumble them in a dish and put a dropper of my dog's calming cbd oil over it. He eats it right up. I also use it to give him a liquid pain medication that tastes terrible. It is after he had dental extractions, the first ones of his 8 years of life. He gobbled it up. Works like a charm.
Highly recommend this treat especially if you have an older dog with missing or bad teeth. Our dog (Johnny "Smalls" Cash) is a rescue and has a hard time eating anything hard or really crunchy. I ordered these and they have been a big hit! He really likes them. They are soft and easy to break up into pieces. Will definitely order more of these!
Won't be the last. But, if your dogs are like ours, you should break apart the "meatball", as our Boys try to swallow them WHOLE! LOL! Yep, they are apparently THAT GOOD! Just take caution, so no pup chokes on the "wolfing down" factor.
I had these in my bag for my dog when I was visiting home from college and my family’s 15 year old dog (who is not very interested in food anymore) sniffed them out and was obsessed with them! It made me so happy to see her enjoying a treat so much.
I have used these forever for my dogs for their morning treat and they love them. They are hard to find in pet the stores stores anymore because the stores have switched to more branf=ds that they think appease the environmental nut job generation. My dogs refuse to eat any of those new tasteless treats
They are perfect size. I have a 14 yr old lab with oral melanoma in the hospice mode unfortunately, and eating is a challenge for her. I am able to break up the meatball treats and she can eat out of my hand. She loves them. Her sister also enjoys them. I love the ingredients. If you want a soft treat, these are perfect.
My dog loves these chicken balls. I didn’t want to buy all meat treats for him so I went extra this chicken ball. He gets this treat on “meaty meatball Monday” and he gets so excited to get to eat these.
My dog loves these little meatballs!! It is the only treat that she will literally run into her crate for, and I've tried many varieties. Her favorite treat by far!