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Amazon has 18oz Milo's Kitchen Chicken Meatballs Dog Treats for $4.44 now -> $3.63 when you checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks Tazznum1

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Milo's Kitchen Chicken Meatballs Dog Treats, 18-Ounce

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The duck jerky contains garlic powder and onion extract. Arent these toxic for dogs?
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They had a turkey jerky that killed hundreds of dogs. They imported the ingredients from China. https://www.foxnews.com/health/to...dog-deaths
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Make sure your dog can digest this. Small dogs and bloating dogs are not ideal for this treat. Very difficult to digest due to length of fibers and dried hardness. Cut into small pieces if you are going to serve as treats. Legitimate rescue kennels will accept this, but put into food processors for easy digestion.
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Make sure your dog can digest this. Small dogs and bloating dogs are not ideal for this treat. Very difficult to digest due to length of fibers and dried hardness. Cut into small pieces if you are going to serve as treats. Legitimate rescue kennels will accept this, but put into food processors for easy digestion.
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Make sure your dog can digest this. Small dogs and bloating dogs are not ideal for this treat. Very difficult to digest due to length of fibers and dried hardness. Cut into small pieces if you are going to serve as treats. Legitimate rescue kennels will accept this, but put into food processors for easy digestion.
Both or the meatballs?
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Both or the meatballs?

Meatballs seems fine for bigger dogs, but a choking hazard for sure. Bad idea.


I have been giving my small dogs some Zesty Paws cranberry bladder bites (Does NOT work by the way, reviews have to be fraudulent). They will choke on these. The consistency is literally like moist sand. But they choke on them if I don't smoosh with my fingers. Dogs inhale smaller bites. Sometimes it's the taste that makes them woof down treats.


Some dogs know how to chew. Some loose too many teeth. Some dogs instinctively swallow due to competition with other dogs.
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does petsmart price match? I am hoping I could go tomorrow and price match in store.
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Fakespot F. Probably poison.
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Fakespot F. Probably poison.
These are sold at Walmart, Chewy, Petsmart ... doubt there is anything wrong with this.
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The duck jerky contains garlic powder and onion extract. Arent these toxic for dogs?
Be aware before you purchase.
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The duck jerky contains garlic powder and onion extract. Arent these toxic for dogs?
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I second this.
Petco says : https://www.petco.com/shop/en/pet...dog-treats
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The duck jerky contains garlic powder and onion extract. Arent these toxic for dogs?
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that actually sounds pretty yummy... where is the people version?

by which i mean for people, not made out of them.
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These treats have been on the shelves forever, fine for the pup. But if pup eats human candy, cookies, soda, spills on dirty floors, fast food leftovers, that will cause a pup to have health problems. Stay in the recommended guidelines because these have sugar. Sugar is the most dangerous ingredient, don't let pup eat the entire bag at once. Even if pup ate the entire bag at once it won't poison the dog, but a whole bag every day could make pup diabetic. By pup I mean dog, not puppy
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Milo's is the only treat that doesn't make my Shih's sick.
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They had a turkey jerky that killed hundreds of dogs. They imported the ingredients from China. https://www.foxnews.com/health/to...dog-deaths
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