Never feel guilty about rewarding your dog with a Vital Essentials Rabbit Ears Freeze-Dried Dog Treats. Made with a fresh, single-source USDA animal protein, these treats are packed with nutrients—and it all comes from the 48-hour freeze drying process, which slowly locks in the natural ingredients without ever cooking the meat. That means tasty health benefits for your pooch, with the essential nutrition that they instinctively crave. They’re totally free from grain and gluten, supporting the naturally carnivorous diet of dogs. Plus, the convenient packaging makes it easy to take Vital Treats anywhere your dog wants to go.
Made from a single protein that is USA sourced, made and packaged. Grain, gluten and guilt free!
These ears had a funny pink color and weird odor to them. I’ve purchased other rabbit ears in the past that didn’t look or smell like these. Maybe part of the air dried process? I initially gave them to my dogs and as they started to eat them they turned into something chewy resembling rawhide. I ended up not letting my dogs eat them and threw them away. Going back to my previous brand. The ears don’t look altered and when eaten then break off in to crunchy pieces.
Perfect even for small dogs
on Sep 27, 2018
I have used dried rabbit ears in past, but these freeze dried ears are better suited for small dogs. They have almost no odor ( nice for me ), and they are tender and small enough to be the perfect treat for small dogs. I wish there was a larger size bag.
My poodle loves these
on Sep 12, 2018
My toy poodle is super picky but devours these ears. People are horrified because they are rabbit ears but it’s no different buying food with rabbit as an ingredient...sooo I will continue to buy these for my little princess. Chewy does a great job keeping them in stock and promptly delivering them. Thanks!
My dog didn't like it but neighbor dog Misty loved them!
on Sep 19, 2018
I tried these just to see if Bailey the good pit bull liked them. She didn't! BUT neighbor friend dog Misty LOVED them! And we love Misty so she got the bag of bunny ears!Would have gave them 5 stars if Bailey like them. Try them, your dog may love them like Misty!
My dog loves it!
on Sep 20, 2018
One of our dogs who doesn't have any raw feeding experience and doesn't accept raw food won't accept these ears. But the other one eats raw and she absolutely loves this product. I highly recommend owners who feed raw offer this product as treat.
on Oct 24, 2018
My nine year old dog and two month old pup love these treats. Pup loved scent rolling on it was fun seeing him act goofy.
on Jun 14, 2018
Yes they are rabbit ears. But my dogs love them. I’m surprised that some people gave a negative review. Do your pets not eat any meat at all? Do you not eat meat? Why are these treats worse than pig ears or beef tripe? Something had to be killed to make all our pets food. Dogs and cats can’t be vegan. I was a bit set back when I first saw them. But when my dogs went crazy for them. I got over my intitial response. I feel these are much better than a processed treat. I’ll keep buying them. And I recommend them for others.
I am appalled by these
on Jun 4, 2018
Doesn't deserve even 1*. Someone got these for my dog as a treat...I took one look and gave them right back. I Love All Animals and the thought of killing rabbits for dog/cat food bothers me but I know cats and dogs will eat rabbits if they had to so I accept that even though I Don't like it but then to use their ears as "treats"?? Common! And yes I know cats and dogs would probably eat or chew on their ears if they hunted them/killed them but still must we make treats out of the ears and sell it??...its Sad and Disrespectful to their probably horrible enough death and just seems very Callus to sell them like it's no big deal. I don't like that at all.
Dog loves them
on Nov 13, 2018
My dog goes nuts for this treat. It’s not a treat that’s pretty to look at tho.
One dog LOVED these
on Jun 20, 2018
My Norwegian Elkhound loved these treats! I would give one to him outside and he would jump around the yard with it and play with it before he ate it. My ridgeback seemed to hate the fur on them and refused to eat them which surprised me a little. I will be ordering them again for the Elkhound as soon as they're back in stock.