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Loving Pets Products Dog Treats: It's Purely Natural Dog Treat, 4-Ounce - Chicken Tenders $1.80 & More FS w/ Prime

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Amazing price!! Nice job OP!!

I have no idea why they put garlic in this, though. Google "Garlic dog" and the first link is an AKC article from 2018, with the first paragraph:

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The smell of roasting garlic is one of those scents that immediately makes most of us hungry. It's featured in cuisines around the globe and is found in many of our favorite foods. Scientific evidence even suggests that garlic has medicinal benefits for humans, so it's perfectly natural for you to wonder: Can dogs eat garlic?
The answer, emphatically, is no.
Source: https://www.akc.org/expert-advice...at-garlic/

Later in the article they say you need several cloves of garlic for toxicity to occur but why include it in a dog treat at all? It's not only in this treat, either.
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Amazon [amazon.com] has the Loving Pets Totally Grainless for Dogs, 6 oz for $1.77 + free shipping with Prime

* In stock on October 15, 2019.
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Dead.. All of them are 3rd party sellers now
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