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Nice find! My dog loves these treats.
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Thanks OP! Nothing but good things to say about this brand. It's never cheaper to order online compared to in store at PetSmart so this is even more of a deal.
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Regarding the 3-pack Wellbites: I normally get the single packs of WellBites from Amazon when the price drops periodically to around $6 or less per bag. Many of the individual bags are also S&S eligible, which makes the total amount closer to $5 per bag, sometimes a little less. $16 is an OK price for three, but the original price of the 3-pack is often more expensive than buying 3 individual bags separately. Currently the single packs cost $8.49 which gives the impression that the 3-pack is a better deal than it is.
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Over a dollar an ounce.

But I guess if your dog only accepts organic, gluten free treats.

I prefer to get my dogs the ones that they like best...You know, the ones that the companies spend millions on perfecting. Pretty sure my lab, in it's 15 year life span, appreciates taste a little more than whether it's organic or not.

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Over a dollar an ounce.

But I guess if your dog only accepts organic, gluten free treats.

I prefer to get my dogs the ones that they like best...You know, the ones that the companies spend millions on perfecting. Pretty sure my lab, in it's 15 year life span, appreciates taste a little more than whether it's organic or not.

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You're lucky to have a lab that old, great friends they are. Retrievers are the best.
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You're lucky to have a lab that old, great friends they are. Retrievers are the best.
Thanks...very lucky. Her younger sister, who had to get FHO surgery on both hips at 9 months, is going strong at 12, but with her will to live she'll make it to 18!

Actually, she didn't have to get that surgery, but, for quality of life, FYI: the earlier the surgery, the better if you have a dog with dysplasia.
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Thanks...very lucky. Her younger sister, who had to get FHO surgery on both hips at 9 months, is going strong at 12, but with her will to live she'll make it to 18!

Actually, she didn't have to get that surgery, but, for quality of life, FYI: the earlier the surgery, the better if you have a dog with dysplasia.
Yes I have a 10 year old Golden that's not doing so well right now, but his zest for life is amazing, his best dog friend is a beautiful 2 year old black lab)
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Yes I have a 10 year old Golden that's not doing so well right now, but his zest for life is amazing, his best dog friend is a beautiful 2 year old black lab)
try golden paste tumeric. they have a facebook page with the recipe. great results for many animals evcen humans. I had a golden myself and she was precious. good luck.
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try golden paste tumeric. they have a facebook page with the recipe. great results for many animals evcen humans. I had a golden myself and she was precious. good luck.
Thanks for that, I'm going to try it, looks like I can make it easily at home, just trying to find the turmeric.. thanks again
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My dogs love the old mother hubbard bones. We give them a few of the minis as a treat every day when we call them back in from pottying. Five dogs 40-80 pounds means we buy the 20# boxes. Subscribe and Save is $2.50 a pound, which is a great price.
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Can anybody recommend a good plaque removing treat or item for my 15 pound terrier mix?
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Damn I just bought the single bag (Chicken + Venison) for $8.49 yesterday on Amazon...
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