American journey lamb recipe grain-free oven baked biscuit dog treats, 8-oz – chewy.com electricity water analogy animation

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I give these to my small adult girl with severe allergies and she loves them. I give her one every night when I give my other dog her medications so that she doesn’t feel left out. They are hard so my other dog with bad teeth definitly can’t eat them but she has her own treats. It’s very hard for me to find treats that are free of all the yucky ingredients like corn and vegetable oil which my girl can’t have so I get excited when I find something that works. I buy the lamb recipe and she looks forward to her treat every night.

Hi! I’m a huge fan a Rachael Ray products because of the ingredients and the care taken to put into them. With that said, I usually don’t deter away from their products. I did get this on a deal and was surprised on the list of ingredients being this natural and healthy, so we gave it a shot. Now my dogs aren’t really into biscuits and with the pumpkin in here one of my dogs tends to shy away from the flavor in general. However, these were fantastic! They get excited when they see this bag come out of the cupboard. I’m shocked, but at the same time very happy to see them this excited for a treat. I recommend and my doggies tails recommend too. These seem very natural and healthy, but also leave Hi! I’m a huge fan a Rachael Ray products because of the ingredients and the care taken to put into them. With that said, I usually don’t deter away from their products. I did get this on a deal and was surprised on the list of ingredients being this natural and healthy, so we gave it a shot. Now my dogs aren’t really into biscuits and with the pumpkin in here one of my dogs tends to shy away from the flavor in general. However, these were fantastic! They get excited when they see this bag come out of the cupboard. I’m shocked, but at the same time very happy to see them this excited for a treat. I recommend and my doggies tails recommend too. These seem very natural and healthy, but also leave them excited and wanting more. Thanks for putting a smile on my face. … more 1 You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report

I was excited to try this treat out, but when I presented it to my shih tzu, she walked away from it. The treats smelled good enough to me, so I broke one in half (they were bigger than I expected) and gave it to her then. She took it in her mouth, but dropped it shortly after. Granted, she’s not that big of a fan for biscuit treats, but I thought these might be different. Oh well, I’ll donate these since I’m sure they’re not terrible treats…just not for my particular little mongrel 🙂 1 You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report

We would prefer that they were smaller so we could use them as training treats; we have a rare and wonderful girl dog who really does chew 100 times, so by the time she’s finished her treat, the lesson becomes too prolonged for everyone else. They are pretty much impossible to break into pieces so we use chewy treats for training. Aside from that they’re great and good value for the packet size too. 1 You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report

I have 5 rescue dogs of varying breeds/mixes. Ranging from 10 lbs to 30 lbs.I was looking for some more nutritional treats & was impressed by the ingredients of these. They are about the size of a quarter, look like a cookie, & are quite crunchy. I have not found them to be too hard. All my dogs really like them & I have one picky eater who usually wants only jerky. My 10 lb Chi wants them but he came with a formerly broken, unrepaired jaw & has a little more trouble breaking them down. I can see why some reviews don’t recommend them for really small dogs. My furbabies & I are really pleased with them; good price & great quality. 1 You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report

Just started giving this treat to our dogs about a week ago. One would not eat it at all, one ate it reluctantly and our "chow hound" that will eat anything ate it up. However, a week later, I offered it to dog #2 and he spit it on the floor and the chow hound sniffed it and did not make it disappear. Maybe the "grain free" is too hard to digest for them, I don’t know, but I will not buy this again. 0 You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report

These are by far our pup’s favorite treats, right up there next to fruits and veggies. We first tried these when a friend gave us the rest of bag (her dog wasn’t a fan of the taste). Whenever our pup hears the bag even rustle, he comes tearing through the house to sit and wait for one of these bad boys. We love that they’re grain free, and the price can’t be beat, especially the 2 for one special! We will definitely continue to order these! 2 You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report

Your dog will need strong jaws to crunch these treats! They definitely are not for use as training treats, as my 70lb dog took a single treat back to his bed to try to aporoach it like he would a bone. I ended up chopping each treat into 4 pieces–although doing so wasn’t easy– using a sharp knife and cutting board, as I didn’t want to just throw the bag of treats away. Once pared down to something my dog could actually crunch in his mouth like a treat, he seemed to like them. But, I won’t buy them again. It is ridiculous to have to cut each up just so the dog can consume them. I don’t know if I received an overbaked batch or the hard-as-a-rock consistency is from the ingredients or is intentional Your dog will need strong jaws to crunch these treats! They definitely are not for use as training treats, as my 70lb dog took a single treat back to his bed to try to aporoach it like he would a bone. I ended up chopping each treat into 4 pieces–although doing so wasn’t easy– using a sharp knife and cutting board, as I didn’t want to just throw the bag of treats away. Once pared down to something my dog could actually crunch in his mouth like a treat, he seemed to like them. But, I won’t buy them again. It is ridiculous to have to cut each up just so the dog can consume them. I don’t know if I received an overbaked batch or the hard-as-a-rock consistency is from the ingredients or is intentional. But, nothing in these treats suggests moist or meaty lamb inside . They strike me as being more like way overbaked mini cookies– the type that a person could easily break a tooth on. … more 6 You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report

My bulldog likes these treats, and I feel better about giving them to her because they are made from nutritious ingredients that are actually good for her. It’s like giving my kids fruit instead of candy. But my 3 little Lhasa Apsos don’t care for them, which is okay, being grain-free I bought them mainly for my Bulldog, and she enjoys them. 0 You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report

I have a small dachshund, he likes these but would prefer something softer. They are also a little large for him too. They don’t really have any odd to them at all either, which I liked. However, he still takes them when offered, he just doesn’t get as excited as he does with his favorite bag of treats. They were buy one get one free, so you can’t go wrong there and they are grain free treats which I like because I’ve seen a big difference in his coat, eyes and energy since switching him to a grain free diet. 2 You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report