Grain Free Premium Poultry Treats for Dogs
Yum, yum, yum - that’s what my dog would say, if she could speak.
She loves these grain free, 80% poultry treats, and being particular in what she eats, then that’s high praise indeed!
From a human perspective, very happy with these little treats-good for training, good for topping up treat boredom busters, great as a reward for playing games (for example, scent work) & a healthy choice for the dog.
In case anyone’s wondering whether these small treats are good for large breeds, I’d say yes; my big dog loves them.
Bought these on the recommendation of our puppy trainer. Our 6-month old cocker loves them and they are a good way of weaning her off more high value treats as she settles into her training.
We've been thrilled to bits with these training treats and especially their ingredients. Our new arrival from PPBC Barney came with a packet of them, so we've carried on. They have really helped us in the great strides we're all making. Would definitely reccomend, especially with that first one time only unbelievable offer.
Perfect little treats, I hide 5 in my dog's bed every night, she loves snuffling round finding them before going to sleep!
As above but they are small so go along way. The ingredients look good and the dogs seem to love them, was baking own treats but time consuming, quite expensive when you have 4 large dogs . But then everything is expensive with them
Benji loves these treats and will obey instructions immediately to get themExcellent and free from additives.
My puppy just loved it. It's very good for training as well.
My border loves these so much I have to mix a few in her food :)
These are absolutely brilliant to use as a training aid. Our dog absolutely loves them, and comes running to us when we call her because she knows she will get one as a reward. No nasties in them, and only tiny so I am really happy to use them every day as a training treat.
Highly recommend this product.
My 2 pups love these treats, ideal for training and reinforcing good behavior