|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Wheat Flour, Glycerin, Rice Syrup...||Wheat Flour, Glycerin, Rice Syrup...||Corn, Chicken, Glycerin...||Corn, Chicken, Glycerin...||Corn, Chicken, Glycerin...|
|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||Large Breeds, Giant Breeds|
|Food Flavor||Chicken, Poultry||Beef, Meat||Chicken, Poultry||Chicken, Poultry||Chicken, Poultry|
After losing 2 senior Golden Retrievers mid year last year, I rescued a 22 month old Golden early December who is an ardent chewer. I purchased a few packages of the chicken and beef. She definitely prefers the chicken flavor; obviously, she is not a beef flavor fan. I've not timed to the minute, however, it seems to last her about 15 minutes. She really loves them. The beef flavor bags are being kept in zip lock bags, in an air tight storage tote: will see if her taste buds change as she gets older, otherwise I'll donate them to the golden retriever rescue group.
My Charlie Brown, 4 y-o Lab/German Shepard/Greyhound, loves these so very much. It helps me to even bribe him into a bath. I love that these treats help train me to earn his trust for a dreaded activity to end up with his soup bone!
Not a fan of these for small dogs. My new adopted chahuahua/daschsund mix is very food responsive and she wolfed down an entire bone in about a minute. I had cut up a previous bone into several "coins" which she also snarfed down quickly, but I had hoped the whole bond would keep her busy for at least an hour...not so! Based on the directions on the back of the packages, I'm hesitant to give her any more of them without cutting them into slices. Do you have any suggestions? Could I return the unopened bag for another type of cookie treats? I would suggest having more information on the order site to give customers more guidance .
Our picky girl continues to love these treats. We slice up a "bone" in different thicknesses and store them in an airtight container for long-lasting rewards.
My 15 pound dog chewed it up in less then 2 minutes and it says long lasting. Where’s the long lasting part of it
When I got these they were soft but then they dried out. I gave my big pittie a hard soup bone and she devoured it and next day is in serious distress- crying and in pain. then I read the package small print and it says "do not let your dog gulp large pieces" ??? I can't control how my dog eats something. why would they even sell this? or at least put the warning obvious in big print on front and back of package. This could be serious $$$ at the vet and my dog is in pain.
All three of my dogs got sick by vomiting and having diarrhea after eating one treat and two of them did not eat food for two days due to not feeling well
My dog loves these. I do have to slice them up for him, he has few teeth and they are a little big, but it's worth it because he seems to enjoy them so much.
My dogs did enjoy these but they barely lasted 2 minutes with my yorkie. I did buy them specifically because they were labels long lasting, they are fine for a soft chew but definitely not long lasting. I don’t think I’ll buy them which is a shame because I do like Rachel ray brand.
My dog loves them and they last him a little longer than most treats.