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3.25oz Blue Buffalo Wilderness Grain Free Jerky Dog Treats (Turkey) EXPIRED

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Amazon has 3.25oz Blue Buffalo Wilderness Trail Treats Grain Free Jerky Dog Treats (Turkey) on sale for $2.48 -> now $2.61. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+ orders. Thanks Totspurs

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... and are on the verge of going rancid? Jerky shouldn't need refrigerated. That's the whole point of drying/curing meats. And FWIW, Fakespot F.

Personally I buy chicken jerky [costco.com] from Costco (48oz bags) and duck jerky [walmart.com] from Walmart (32oz bags). Dog is still alive and is like a crack addict for them. Compared to these, this deal should be under $2/pack to be worth the effort.
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Please note: I have never seen this on a dog treat before, but the packaging says to refrigerate after opening. I guess that means there are real meat ingredients in this… Applause
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Damn this is pricier than people jerkey.
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without s/s
Lowest$2.44
Current$2.83
Average 3 months$4.21
Average 6 months$4.52
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Please note: I have never seen this on a dog treat before, but the packaging says to refrigerate after opening. I guess that means there are real meat ingredients in this… Applause
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Please note: I have never seen this on a dog treat before, but the packaging says to refrigerate after opening. I guess that means there are real meat ingredients in this… Applause
... and are on the verge of going rancid? Jerky shouldn't need refrigerated. That's the whole point of drying/curing meats. And FWIW, Fakespot F.

Personally I buy chicken jerky [costco.com] from Costco (48oz bags) and duck jerky [walmart.com] from Walmart (32oz bags). Dog is still alive and is like a crack addict for them. Compared to these, this deal should be under $2/pack to be worth the effort.
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Personally I buy chicken jerky [costco.com] from Costco (48oz bags) and duck jerky [walmart.com] from Walmart (32oz bags). Dog is still alive and is like a crack addict for them. Compared to these, this deal should be under $2/pack to be worth the effort.
Do you remember the price on the costco treats, doesn't show on the website
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Damn this is pricier than people jerkey.
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do you remember the price on the costco treats, doesn't show on the website
$22.59
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Huh. I didn't know turkeys like dog jerky
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A little chewy but I like the flavor.
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Grrrr,
I always get excited thinking it is a jerky deal for myself. Your dogs probably eat better than I do.
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With all the recalls they have, I wouldn't give to my dog
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Funny. I'l buy human food all day long from Amazon but avoid dog food. Not sure why.
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Someone in our neighborhood group on Facebook just had their dog vomit blood and go into emergency surgery due to these. No thanks
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