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Pet Botanics Training Reward Dog Treats Beef 20oz

Pet Botanics Training Reward Dog Treats Beef 20oz

Item #: 012104751207
Reg: $11.49
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Pet Botanics Training Reward Dog Treats are made with most of the same great natural ingredients you find in Pet Botanic's Dog Food Rolls. Trainers have been using Pet Botanics Dog Food Rolls for training rewards because of its high palatability and aroma. Now your dog can have the same delicious flavor in an easy to use treat! They're made with real pork liver, flax seed meal and brown rice. Perfectly sized for the repetitive rewards required during training. Contains no BHA, BHT, soy, or ethoxyquin. Savory Beef Flavor with vegetables and fruits.
Pet Botanics Training Reward Dog Treats Beef 20oz Guaranteed Analysis:
Crude Protein (min.) 12.0%
Crude Fat (min.) 7.0%
Crude Fiber (max.) 4.0%
Moisture (max.) 30.0%

Pork Liver, Pea Flour, Potatoes, Dried Whole Eggs, Glycerin, Sugar, Brown Rice, Chicken Fat (preserved with Mixed Tocopherols), Barley Flour, Tapioca Flour, Beef, Sweet Potatoes, Natural Smoke Flavor, Sodium Lactate, Lecithin, Salt, Flax Seed, Lactic Acid, Carrageenan, Palm Oil, Phosphoric Acid, Salmon Oil, Molasses, Calcium and Zinc Propionates, Caramel Color, Garlic, Mustard, Added Color (Iron Oxide), Carrots, Natural Bacon Flavor, Bontanifits (Green Tea, Cranberries, Peppermint, Chamomile, Rosemary, Dandelion, Tomato, Blueberries).

* Ingredients listed are for informational purposes only and are subject to change by the manufacturer. Always refer to the manufacturer and actual product label/inserts for current ingredients, recommended dosage, precautions and warnings before use.

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100% Recommend this product (10 of 10 responses)
By Sue H
June 30, 2016
Wonderful reward treat
My dogs get these for a command treat and will do anything for them. They love them. I get the beef ones. Have used for Great Dane, German Shepard, 2 pugs and a Boston. Perfect size for all, intense aroma!
By Sharyn Bushby
Casco, Maine
June 25, 2015
My Golden Retreiver LOVES these treats and they are a terrific training "cookie" :)

ProsThey're small, extremely low in calories, and I've used them to train my dog to come when he is called, one of the hardest things for a puppy to learn.
By Hotelman
Omaha, NE
December 20, 2014
Interactive Treat
All three of my Big Boys love these, I stuff them into a toy & they will walk around for an hour flipping and tossing them to jar the treats loose. Makes them work for the reward.
By Tony Bessette
Cypress Texas
September 20, 2014
Great for Training
Stays together does not fall apart, is perfect size, and easy to throw for training. I also did not see on the label that they come from China. I will not buy pet treats made in China!
By Jacki Holmes
United States
March 9, 2014
Our dogs love them
We've tried many brands and our Standard Poodles all four of them love these!
By Frank
Stuart, Florida
November 11, 2013
Pet Botanics Training Reward Dog Treats - Bacon (and also Beef)
From the first time my dog had been given a couple of these treats he never stops looking for more. However, he only gets them as a reward (dessert)
after he has finished his morning and dinner meal.
ProsThe fact that my dog loves them. Price (especially when it's on sale!) They seem to retain freshness for a long time. Doesn't appear to put on unwanted weight
ConsNothing at this time.
By ellen
Cincinnati, Ohio
November 5, 2011
Great training treat
Great size for big and small dogs
ConsSometimes the treat are mot as soft as other times, yet the expiration date is a year away
By ellen
Cincinnati, Ohio
November 5, 2011
Great soft treat
Both dogs love them. Soft enought to break for smaller dogs. Great motivating agility ytrat before a run for keeping attention.
By bonny Barnes-radkey
nevada u.s.a
August 18, 2011
great treat
i have a whippet and an italian greyhound both are independent like a cat,some times they will retreive the toy if they want,it's just part of there nature. my i.g has fear of long coated or larger dogs because he was caged with them before we got him.a walk in the park was always a strain untell i started carrying the training rewards treats in my pocket.now when i send them out after a toy they bring it back because they know they get a bacon treat if they do.a walk in the park is calm now because my i.g. knows if he dosnt bark or lunge at other dogs he gets a yummy bacon treat.my husband taste testes everything the dogs are fed and he likes the taste.i don't like giving my dogs soft treats so i let them sit out of the package so they are not so mushy.
Prosease of use,scent.
Conssoft texture.
By Mark
Bethany, illinois
June 10, 2011
Very good.
Golden loves them.