Whole Life Just One Ingredient Pure Salmon Fillet Freeze-Dried Dog Treats, 2-oz bag

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  • Made with real salmon freeze-dried in small fresh batches to retain all nutrients and flavor so your pup can enjoy a treat that is both nutritious and delicious.
  • Salmon provides a great source of protein, omega 3’s, B-vitamins and selenium to help your pal feel his best.
  • Single-ingredient gluten-free and grain-free recipe makes this food especially perfect for doggos with food allergies and on limited ingredient diets.
  • 100% free from any chemicals, additives and preservatives because your furry friend only deserves the best-quality natural ingredients.
  • Whole Life Farm-to-Friend guarantee ensures 100% traceable and verified ingredients sourced, produced and packaged in the USA.
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Top Ingredients100% Pure Wild Alaskan Salmon.USDA Approved White Breast Meat Chicken. Meat Sourced In the USA.100% Pure Turkey Breast.Wild SalmonFreeze Dried Salmon
Special DietHuman-Grade, Limited Ingredient Diet, Grain-FreeGrain-Free, Limited Ingredient Diet, Human-GradeHuman-Grade, Limited Ingredient Diet, Grain-FreeNo Corn No Wheat No Soy, Sensitive Digestion, Gluten Free...Raw, Natural, High-Protein, Gluten Free, Grain-Free
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Food FlavorSalmon, Seafood & FishChicken, PoultryTurkey, PoultrySalmon, Seafood & FishSalmon
Food FormTreats, Freeze-Dried, Food ToppingFreeze-Dried, Treats, Food ToppingTreats, Freeze-Dried, Food ToppingTreats, Food ToppingFreeze-Dried, Treats, Food Topping
Health FeatureVitamins & MineralsVitamins & MineralsVitamins & MineralsVitamins & MineralsAppetite Stimulation, Muscle Care, Brain Health, Heart Care

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3 Customer Questions


Anyway to find out what the sodium count is if any in these? it is not listed in the ingredients, but that doesn't necessarily mean there isn't salt, particularly in a pretreatment of freeze drying or perhaps natural to the salmon itself
Answer by ChewySep 23, 2019
This formula has zero additives and zero added sodium. However there is sodium that is naturally occurring. A 2 ounce bag of Whole Life Just One Ingredient Pure Salmon Fillet Freeze-Dried Dog Treats is made from 10 ounces of raw salmon and contains approximately 168 grams of naturally occurring sodium.

Is the salmon wild? Or farm-raised? Thanks.
Answer by ChewyDec 19, 2019
These treats are made from 100% Pure Wild Alaskan Salmon.

How are these different than the Whole Life Just One salmon cat treats? I prefer these because they’re a bigger bag, but what’s the difference?
Answer by ChewyJul 19, 2019
This bag features larger pieces more suitable for dogs.

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39 Customer Reviews



Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Cocoa on Apr 18, 2022

Whole Life vs Tylees

I'm unsure about the salmon content. Product has no salmon smell (no fish smell whatsoever) and fur baby knows this product isn't the same as her tylees freeze dried salmon. Baby realy didn't want this and she loves salmon, ill be very happy when tylees is back in stock,,


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Meli on Oct 15, 2021

Best on the market

These treats are large pieces, which I love. Having one full grown dog who takes it whole while my 2 puppies need it cut up. Best training treats I've ever used. Down side for humans - They Stink. Up side for dogs - They Stink. Its fish, all fish Stinks. I keep them in a covered glass candy dish, all I need to do is make a little bit of noise by moving the cover & the dogs come RUNNING! That says it all for me.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Debbie on Apr 19, 2021

A real favorite

Both my cats go crazy over these. My Rudy takes medication that's in a chewable tablet and I crumble one of these on top of it and he gobbles it up. They can be a bit messy-they crumble easily, but worth the mess.


Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Doggies on Jan 31, 2021

Salmon treat

My dog loves freeze dried salmon treats I usually get Tylee’s. Rand but it’s out of stock tried this one it’s good and dog likes it but pricey for amount you get better deal with Tylee’s brand


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Nkr1 on Feb 1, 2021
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Stunk so bad

Soft, crumbles easily. My dogs backed away and left the room. My dogs eat everything, too.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Kate on Aug 28, 2020

Not just for dogs

Same as the one labeled for cats only bigger. I pull the treat apart and put it on my cat's food. She absolutely loves them and follows me to the pantry every time I get her one. I love that there is only one ingredient, salmon, nothing else. My cat can't have chicken and most cat food and treats have chicken or chicken byproducts in them so it's hard to find something for her that she will like. This she loves!!!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Minniedog3 on Apr 26, 2020

Great snack

They ran out of the salmon treats for cats so I bought this version. Same thing. My cat squeaks with joy when she sees these treats. It is the only food I can get her to sit on command for.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By SH1191 on Mar 14, 2020

Great training treat!

My GSD loves these and considers them a “special” treat. They don’t smell and I can put them in my hoodie pocket if I don’t want to use my training pouch on walks.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Sunshine on Mar 24, 2020

Truly just cod

I have bought this several times now and it is truly just dried cod fish. My dog loves it and I know I'm giving her something very healthy.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By corpho on Nov 8, 2019

Top quality; no skins or bones

My cats will eat most treats, but the Whole Life salmon treats are always a winner, and so that's all I've been buying for a while now. There are no leathery skins or sharp, bony particles like you'll find in most cheaper salmon treats, so I don't have to worry about my cats having difficulty chewing or swallowing these. I'm just a little baffled by the pricing of the different sizes of bags. Yes, the pieces in the 2 oz. bag are larger than in the 1 oz. bag, but it's pretty easy to break them apart for cats. I do it over a container where any salmon "dust" can be saved as a food topper. The 2 oz. bag seems to be the most economical since the price is only slightly higher than the 1 oz. bag, and it's still cheaper to buy five of the 2 oz. bags (for a total of 10 oz.) than it is to buy one 8 oz. bag, but then you're consuming more plastic when buying multiple bags. It seems like the 8 oz. bag should yield the most savings, but that's not the case, at least not currently.