Stewart Chicken Liver Freeze-Dried Raw Dog Treats
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- Freeze dried treats made with 100% chicken liver to support strong muscles and healthy eyes.
- Single ingredient, grain-free treats are paw-fect for pups with allergies, food sensitivities and sensitive stomachs.
- Grain-free, gluten-free and never enhanced with artificial flavoring or fillers.
- Handcrafted with high-quality protein, then gently freeze-dried to lock in nutrients and preserve tasty flavor.
- Easily break them into small pieces for training, packaged in a resealable tub.
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|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||100% Pure Chicken Liver.||100% Pure USA Sourced & Made Human Grade Chicken Breast||Chicken Hearts.||Wild Salmon||100% Pure Beef Liver.|
|Special Diet||Grain-Free, Gluten Free, Raw||High-Protein, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Limited Ingredient Diet...||Limited Ingredient Diet, Grain-Free, Gluten Free...||No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Sensitive Digestion, Gluten Free...||Grain-Free, Gluten Free, Raw|
|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||Large Breeds, Medium Breeds, Small Breeds, All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds|
|Food Flavor||Liver, Chicken, Poultry, Meat||Chicken, Poultry||Chicken, Poultry||Salmon, Seafood & Fish||Liver, Beef, Meat|
|Food Form||Treats||Treats, Freeze-Dried||Treats||Treats, Food Topping||Treats, Freeze-Dried, Food Topping|
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482 Customer Reviews
Ordered this because my furbaby has to have a certain diet for all things she eats. I did the research and found that chicken treats were ok to give her. I bought them and my baby loves them. She always begs for more but I don't give in to her. Got to keep her on a strict diet. I would recommened purchasing them.
Dog Tasty but dusty
My dogs loved the freeze-dried chicken pieces that I could hand-feed them. However, there were a lot of smashed pieces that we called dust and used as extra protein in their dry dog food. Overall a not worth the money.
Dogs love these
My dogs love these and I love them because they are all natural. I use them as an extra special treat when my senior doxie gets his eye drops for a recent eye surgery. They were first introduced to them in our vet's office. I would give them 5 stars, but the fact that they are inconsistent in size is a bit annoying.
Good for the picky dogs too
These are great high value treats for working with my very high w energy girl but also a favorite of my older pup who is very picky when it comes to treats. Can break up to smaller size pieces as needed and even the dust makes a good food topper or add to frozen broth etc for an extra treat.
Senior dog loves it!
I use it as an additive into my senior dog”s food. It has improved her skin and coat and she LOVES broken chunks in her food rehydrated with water. Very long lasting too for a medium sized dog so this is very cost effective.
Great treat for cats too!
This treat is a great treat for cats who are fussy eaters. Just crumble a treat over their food and it usually sparks their interest! My dog friends love them too!
Soft and easy to chew
These treats are loved by my dogs. I think they crumble too easy, leaving crumbs all over, but the dogs love them and that's all that matters.
Here to Spread the TREATFAX (Kinda Like Carfax IYKWIM)
I love these treats. **BUYER BEWARE** they're training treats. Ok? Big. Small. Sometimes slivers. At the very bottom, sprinkle-like and great as an occasional food topper. The big ones are supposed to be broken down even further. Why? Because liver treats in quantities larger than a SMALL HANDFUL per DAY (for a dog around 40-50 lbs) can lead to vitamin A toxicity. Yeah. Don't poison your dog based on the glutinous habits of us humans, my dude. This is a great secondary reward solution during training as well, and can be considered "high value" depending on the individual interest of the dog you are working with. Give the chicken breast treats a try if you're not vibing with this option. I've had a bad batch before - it's not the end of the world, contact Chewy if you run into this. They have fantastic customer service! Stewart is a high quality brand but they're not immune to suboptimal climate and storage methods incurred by the merchant (CHEWY). We've been a Stewart customer for 4 years and counting. I have 0 complaints. The price is... pricey, but well worth it. Seriously, have you SEEN the ingredients lists for other dog treats? I promise you they are longer than 1 ingredient in total, which is more than my dog (and yours) needs. Snack on & love your dog!
Great treat and value, easy to crumble over food to get my dogs to eat!
I got this freeze dried chicken liver for healthy, high-value (in training terms) treats and these fit the bill, but they've been even more useful to get my dogs to eat their regular meals. The chicken liver is a bit more crumbly than the beef liver, so I prefer to cut the beef liver into smaller pieces for training. Since the chicken is easy to crumble, it has solved different eating problems for both of my dogs. The older one lost interest in his food after being sick, but adding this chicken liver helped him get back to gobbling up his food like the old days. My younger dog is kind of afraid of food bowls (she's a bit quirky!) but she decides the bowl isn't so bad if a few pieces of chicken liver are crumbled over her regular food - which is much better than pouring her food onto the floor or a large tray! Now both dogs eat up their meals fairly quickly and it's so much easier to entice them with some healthy chicken liver than anything else I've tried (and I've tried a LOT of things to get them to eat)!
Good but Stinky!!
My dog loves these treats but boy do they stink. May that is why he loves them.