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11 reviews | 4.6 out of 5
I was looking for small super-yummy tidbits for clicker-training and I ran across these at my local Wal-Mart after ordering a much more expensive bag of training bits online.
They are a bit large for rapid-reward training, but I cut them in eighths and they are fantastic. Two to four bits are sufficient for one session (depending on the trick we're working on). Used whole, they are a bit large and chewy for a quick succession of commands, but our Aussie gets excited when she smells me cutting them up. She'll even ignore the cats when she's expecting one of these!
My dog loves these. I give him 5 at bed time. He Knows if I dont give him the 5 he stares at you until he gets the 5 and if you give him extra he just eats them as to say you cant count tonight Thank you. Now they have taken them off the shelf here in Covington Va. and they were a good seller all had to buy extra cause they were out alot. I only have one carton left. HELP PLEASE Obi wants his liver treats
We have 2 dogs. A Choc. Lab and a Toy Poodle. They LOVE these treats and will "perform" and be good girls knowing a Liver Treat is forth coming :) I wish they were sold online.
My dog loves these liver treats. He is an old dog and I am careful what I give him, but these are great.
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Propylene GlycolCAS ID #: 57-55-6
Affected Organ Systems: Dermal (Skin), Renal (Urinary System or Kidneys), Respiratory (From the Nose to the Lungs) ANYTHING CONTAINING PROPYLENE GLYCOL
If your pet has eaten tainted treats, symptoms may include:
Increased water consumption
We have been using these for at least 10 years - 4 standard poodles and an 18 year old cat love them! We use them after traumatic events such as grooming and baths. A great training aid for puppies, too! This is the ONLY soft treat we use and we buy quantities when they are available. How can you lose when the main ingredient is chicken liver? AND, the price is definitely right!
I LOVE this . I am training my 3 1/2 month old puppy and I brake it in 3-4 pieces (only because she swallows things whole) and have already trained her to sit, lay down, roll over, and now she learning solider crawl,sit pretty, and shaking hands. I have only been doing this for 1-2 weeks. By the way shes a pit-bull so if she can yours will!!!
I have a Chihuahua and she loves these treats. First you can't beat the price and second they are awesome for training. My Chihuahua will do a flip whenever I open up the box. I think anyones dog will love these.
My dog acts like these treats are the best and all others fail in comparison. Unfrortunately our local Walmart has stopped stocking them.
My dogs love these, even my cats love these. They are small and great to use for training. However my local store as well as several others that I regularely shop have stopped carrying these.
I do not understand why, they literally fly off the shelf.I now have to travel to another store which is less convenient so I can stock up. Put these back in my store please!!!!!
This product has been updated with better ingredients and they are now made in the US. They don't contain nearly as much salt and fillers as most dog treats do, and my dogs strongly prefer these over other more expensive treats I have purchased in the past.
They run for $1 per box at my local Walmart, being exceptionally cheap for what they are. These treats are bite sized for any dog. Firm, but soft enough to break up with your hands for training. I'll be picking up hoards of these reasonably sized boxes soon since the chow hounds have demolished them.