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Wholesome Pride Pet Treats Pumpkin Slices Dog Treats, 8-oz bag

Wholesome Pride Pet Treats Pumpkin Slices Dog Treats, 8-oz bag

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    Fixed our dog’s gland issues!

    By Katie on Feb 9, 2021

    This freeze dried pumpkin is great—vet recommended that we increase our dog’s fiber intake because she was getting clogged glands. We give our 40 lb dog one piece a day, sometimes half a piece if it’s big. She likes eating it, and I like that it’s simple with only one ingredient. We noticed an almost This freeze dried pumpkin is great—vet recommended that we increase our dog’s fiber intake because she was getting clogged glands. We give our 40 lb dog one piece a day, sometimes half a piece if it’s big. She likes eating it, and I like that it’s simple with only one ingredient. We noticed an almost immediate improvement, and with consistent use she has absolutely no issues with her glands. Depending on how much you give your dog, these could be much more cost effective than the special gland treats. For us it definitely was, especially since we bought a lot of bags when there was a deal. If your dog needs fiber, give it a try! … more

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    Burnt black

    By Gypsymom on Feb 22, 2021

    Bought two bags of these pumpkin slices for the first time recently. Opened the first bag yesterday and they were nothing like what was pictured on the website. Inside the bag was a bunch of blackened burnt shriveled curled pieces. You could hardly tell what it was supposed to be. I highly doubt the Bought two bags of these pumpkin slices for the first time recently. Opened the first bag yesterday and they were nothing like what was pictured on the website. Inside the bag was a bunch of blackened burnt shriveled curled pieces. You could hardly tell what it was supposed to be. I highly doubt the nutritional content of such burnt offerings. Definitely will not be buying these again. … more

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Burnt black

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    Bought two bags of these pumpkin slices for the first time recently. Opened the first bag yesterday and they were nothing like what was pictured on the website. Inside the bag was a bunch of blackened burnt shriveled curled pieces. You could hardly tell what it was supposed to be. I highly doubt the nutritional content of such burnt offerings. Definitely will not be buying these again.

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    They weren’t fans

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    I was shocked when my 70 pound dog, who normally eats anything she sees, wouldn’t touch these. I passed them to my daughter who has a yorkie and then to my sister to try for her poodle. Neither of them would touch them either. Maybe we got a bad package or it could just be that neither of our 3 pups liked their taste. Since they voted unanimously, I’m scoring these treats as a 1 star.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    There is NOTHING they both won't eat

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    I thought this would be as tasty as dried sweet potato, but I was wrong. They both don't like fruit so maybe that's the reason they hate this treat?

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Fixed our dog’s gland issues!

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    This freeze dried pumpkin is great—vet recommended that we increase our dog’s fiber intake because she was getting clogged glands. We give our 40 lb dog one piece a day, sometimes half a piece if it’s big. She likes eating it, and I like that it’s simple with only one ingredient. We noticed an almost immediate improvement, and with consistent use she has absolutely no issues with her glands. Depending on how much you give your dog, these could be much more cost effective than the special gland treats. For us it definitely was, especially since we bought a lot of bags when there was a deal. If your dog needs fiber, give it a try!

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Not a bad product, my dogs didn’t like

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    My dog had been loving a freeze dried pumpkin treat that chewy does not carry. This appeared to be the closest product they carried. She is not picky about her treats and this is the only one I found she would not eat. I’m not sure why, it is like jerky or dried fruit. I don’t think this is a bad product my dogs just didn’t like it.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    The Golden Girls give these treats 5 paws!

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    My Goldens, Molly and Izzy LOVE these treats! This is the first time I purchased them- and the Golden Girls are crazy for them. I love that the only ingredient is pumpkin- and I know they love the yummy taste and how chewy they are!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    limited-diet dog loves these!

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    I've been giving my American Eskimo the dehydrated sweet potato treats for a long time. Kenta is on a no-whole-protein diet for bladder crystals, so is on prescription special hydrolized protein food & has limited treats options. I decided to give the pumpkin ones a try, & they've been a big hit. The sweet potatoes are big enough I have to wrestle them apart, but these pumpkin treats are variety of smaller sizes. and he loves them! (btw, anyone who has a dog on a similar diet: kenta also takes epilepsy meds 3X/day, & when the bladder diagnosis hit, at first I thought losing the pill pockets or peanut butter option was going to be a problem. Then I thought of wrapping his pills in a rectangle I've been giving my American Eskimo the dehydrated sweet potato treats for a long time. Kenta is on a no-whole-protein diet for bladder crystals, so is on prescription special hydrolized protein food & has limited treats options. I decided to give the pumpkin ones a try, & they've been a big hit. The sweet potatoes are big enough I have to wrestle them apart, but these pumpkin treats are variety of smaller sizes. and he loves them! (btw, anyone who has a dog on a similar diet: kenta also takes epilepsy meds 3X/day, & when the bladder diagnosis hit, at first I thought losing the pill pockets or peanut butter option was going to be a problem. Then I thought of wrapping his pills in a rectangle of fruit leather; success! His fave is cherry.) … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Puppy’s favorite

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    Our puppy loves these. It’s nice having a go to treat that is also healthy.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    dogs hated them

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    Dogs would not eat or touch Threw whole bag out Wasted money

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    He loved them

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    I was pleasantly surprised that he liked these pumpkin treats so much.

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