With a soft texture and formula that supports digestion, Plato Real Strips Turkey & Pumpkin Dog Treats are a paw-sitive grain-free addition to your dog’s diet. The treats contain no fillers, by-products or poultry meal, and they’re made with real meat so you know just what you’re feeding to your dog. Turkey and pumpkin are the first and second ingredients. While these treats are easy to chew as-is, they’re also soft enough to be broken down into smaller pieces for training or portion control, making them a paw-some and versatile treat to have around.
Soft texture is easy to chew and can be broken down into smaller pieces.
Contain real meat—turkey and pumpkin are the first and second ingredients.
These treats are great! Ingredients are healthy and my dogs are always excited to get one! They are perfect for kongs and bark box toys
on Aug 25, 2020
Not only is my dog a senior and very picky about what he eats, but he has very few teeth from dental extractions. I gambled and won! He likes the taste, can chew easily, and I like that I can break them in half. A real winner!
My god, what have I done?!
on Oct 8, 2019
My Malamute, who has never been of questionable state of mind, or faltered in her senses for any reason, has morphed into an insane asylum with a tail after eating these treats. She loses all ladylike decorum and societal propriety when she hears and sees this particular treat bag. With saucer wolf eyes she comes at me needing her fix. Afterward, she’s a frenzy of wanting “just one more”. I am left in bafflement, no longer recognizing my sweet, goodest girl. It is only once her high has worn off that my love regains her composure, leaving the frenzied addict for the next time. I’m afraid to not buy these over and over again, lest her darker self overtake me in the night.
on Sep 26, 2019
My dog has at least 50 severe allergies, including food allergies, his medications give him an upset stomach, these treats are the only thing that helps his tummy. We keep several bags on hand at all times & do not go anywhere without them. Also he is on a very restricted diet & is extremely limited on what he can eat, because of the limited ingredients & healthy ingredients, he can have these. He loves them! If you're looking for a good healthy treat, I recommend this!
on Sep 25, 2019
I was shopping for soft/chewy treats that my dog wouldn't be allergic to. These met the ingredient requirements, but I overlooked the fact that they are crunchy treats. I assumed from the description of "real strips" it would be something different. The dogs seem to like them, just not what I was looking for. Not a good training treat.
Max loves these
on Jan 3, 2020
My dog loves these treats and it appears their not available. I hope it’s temporary :(
A Favorite Treat!
on Sep 30, 2019
Plato's Turkey with Pumpkin (and Turkey with Sweet Potato) is of our dog's favorite treats. It's the one she'll eat even when her tummy is feeling not quite right, and even when she refuses most everything else.
Leaping for Joy
on Sep 1, 2019
My german shepherd has perianal fistula which means I have to be completely selective of what he eats. Unfortunately my husky golden retriever has to suffer with the selection. Both of my dogs knock me over as soon as they hear the bag open. I will be buying these going forward!
treats for treats
on Jul 21, 2019
I purchased these because they were soft treats and that's what I use to train my dogs. Because the treats go in my pocket I really like it when they don't crumble. These are larger than I would use as a training treat and do crumble when you break them. They are soft enough that you can break them into pieces. But I don't want crumbs in my pocket so these are reserved for manicure day. LOL
THEY ARE GOOD TREATS
on Jul 12, 2019
These are everything we should be looking for in a treat for our dogs; great ingredients, produced by a compassionate company, and dogs love them! But be careful when you see great sales. I just took advantage of an almost half off sale, but at least the first bag is really dry and stale. That's probably the reason for the markdown. Fortunately my dogs still love them.