Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Adult Hydrolyzed Protein Dog Treats, 17.6-oz bagBy Royal Canin Veterinary Diet
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About This Item
- Veterinary-exclusive dog treats formulated with hydrolyzed protein for adult dogs with food sensitivities.
- Helps reduce skin and GI reactions that may be a result of sensitivities to common proteins found in pet foods.
- Reinforces the skin barrier with essential nutrients to support healthy skin in dogs with skin sensitivity and irritation.
- Promotes a urinary environment unfavorable to the development of both struvite and calcium oxalate crystals.
- Perfect treats for dogs with long-term food sensitivities, or during an elimination diet trial.
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Not right for my dog
It's hard to know how to review this product. My Italian Greyhound is on a hydrolyzed diet for gut issues, so I was hoping these treats would be a good option to use while training her. Unfortunately, my dog just doesn't like them. According to RC's guidelines, I shouldn't give my dog more than 5 treats per day, which doesn't go far when you're training a dog. The 1-inch biscuits are hard, which is good for tooth cleaning but not easy to break into smaller pieces. FYI, these treats have a fishy smell (fish oil) that I don't like but I'm guessing most dogs would. If you're wondering how many treats are in the 500gm bag, it's a lot (maybe 3-4 cups). So, not a bad product, just not right for my dog and my purposes.
Hard as a rock
These are the only treats my small dog (3 y/o Shih Tzu) can eat while on an HP trial diet. She eventually eats them with help, however, they’re extremely hard. Because they’re also small, it’s difficult (and painful) to break them in half. Also, my dog will eat practically anything and immediately eats all regular treats prior to this special diet, but takes a while to know what to do with these. When I first gave it to her, she put it in her mouth then spit it out. I had to help convince her it’s not a rock. I do not know if she’s not interested because they don’t taste that good or because they’re hard to chew. I’m grateful that she has someone to enjoy other than her food but wish it was a better product.
He likes it!
My dog has IBD and a lot of food allergies. When his usual prescription treat became what seems to be permanently unavailable we began looking for something else he could have that he would like. He is a very picky eater. He wouldn't eat fruit flavored, berry flavored, peanut butter, pumpkin, sweet potato, or any other meat free treat we tried. I hesitated to try these because they have chicken fat and he is allergic to chicken. We finally tried these and he loves them! After several weeks he has shown no negative reaction. We have finally found his new reward for training and being a good boy.
I ordered these treats as my dogs since both on the Royal Canin Hydrolyzed dry and canned food. They have been on Hills Hypo Treats and they love them -- but they have been out of stock at chewy so I tried the Royal Canin treats. Neither dog will eat them. They literally let them fall out of their mouths, whole, onto the floor. Neither dog has ever had this reaction to any other biscuit, cookie or treat. Plus, they are really small -- the size of a nickel. What a waste of $$$
Super fast delivery on hard to find product
Very happy with Chewy. I used to get these at my vet's office, but in last few months have not been able to find them there or at stores or amazon, etc. I was despret. Even called the manufacturer and couldn't get a tentative date, but they hoped they would be back everywhere by end of year (2022). I guess covid was causing problems with them. Anyway, I was on the vet office list to be called when they got them in and still haven't been contacted so i guess they don't have them still. I checked and all of a sudden Chewy had them again. yay! I ordered at 11pm at night online and when i got home from work the next day, they had already been delivered and were fresh and good. I appreciated that! My dog is on special dog food for stomach issues and she loves these and they are healthy for her and don't upset her stomach. We use them as a reward after she gets eye drops. Thankful they were in stock and the price was reasonable, too, and not jacked up. Thanks!
Poor Substitute for Hill’s Hypo Treats
Hi! I’m a dog mom who does not make any $ off this review. I tried these treats for my Siberian Husky who is on a hydrolyzed protein diet. She LOVED the Hill’s Hypo Treats. However, the back order of those treats made me think she might like a substitute. Wrong! The crumbly nature (after first bite) and apparently the flavor of these treats are unsatisfying for my dog. She tries one and drops it from her mouth and ignores it, when she is only slightly hungry. She will eat them if she’s hungry - such as munching a couple after a meal or lettuce snack. (She loves romaine lettuce.) If you are switching brands due to the back order of the competitor’s treats, maybe start with 1 bag. I bought 5 and am very bummed.
A Godsend for motivation
My pittie has an injured hip and is finding it very difficiult to walk. She is also experiencing an autoimmune condition that is affecting her hair and skin. She has to have hydrolyzed protein food and these treats are the only thing available with her restricted diet. She loves the flavor and will willingly walk a bit for them. It's a win-win for us.
The only Hydrolyzed treats she will eat
Thank the stars these are back in stock. For about a year I've been trying online recipes for low fat and protein dog treats because my little Chorkie has a serious problem digesting fat and protein. I tried the Purina Ha but she just berried them all over the house. With her refusal of every online recipe she went without treats for over a year. They are a little big for her so I break them in half. She Eats these. She loves them.
Her favorite hydrolyzed protein treat
Our almost 6 years-old Welsh Terrier has IBD and is on a hydrolyzed-protein diet. There are very limited choices and this one is by far her favorite treat. It crunches into little bits quite nicely, so can be used to "soup-up" the kibble to make it more interesting.
My dog who is on a prescription food diet loved these treats. The prescription treats he has been getting were out of stock and so I ordered this alternative. He liked them so much that I added them to my auto ship with the original treats. Now I have two different treats my dog can eat.