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In for both, thanks!
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6 OZ bags are very small, in case someone was uncertain. This doesn't amount to a huge deal vs other treats, good deal based on regular price though.
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why would they put this in a dog food item?

"maple flavored syrup"
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My pet dog loves it...
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Never bought these before but my Dobie is not picky - picked up both flavors! Thanks OP!
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why would they put this in a dog food item?

"maple flavored syrup"
It's a treat not the main course for your dog, chill. Did you know that a cookie every now and then won't give you diabetes?
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I am chill. I've had a cookie now and then, and I DO HAVE DIABETES (Type 1).
If you have type 1 then you would know that your diet has nothing to do with causing it. This dog treat is completely safe as that a treat. Stop trying to fear monger or shame pet owners over treats.
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If you have type 1 then you would know that your diet has nothing to do with causing it. This dog treat is completely safe as that a treat. Stop trying to fear monger or shame pet owners over treats.
But you do understand there is no need whatsoever or benefit where a dog needs sugar at all and that there are healthy option without sugar at the same price.

I do understand you logic that it is a treat and should be given as such, but there are plenty of options out there without sugar.

can you logically give me a reason how a dog benefits from sugar ?
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But you do understand there is no need whatsoever or benefit where a dog needs sugar at all and that there are healthy option without sugar at the same price.

I do understand you logic that it is a treat and should be given as such, but there are plenty of options out there without sugar.

can you logically give me a reason how a dog benefits from sugar ?
It is a treat, not a dog super food. It is not being sold as a magical cure all for dogs. People do not get a health benefit from a birthday cake so why not treat them to a carrot for their birthday? See where the logic is flawed here? This is a post about a deal on treats and this is indeed a good price making it a deal. Get it? We are on slick deals and this is a deal.. Trying to scare or shame dog owners over a insignificant amount of sugar in a dog treat is ridiculous. If you believe people are buying these dog treats in place of meals for their dogs then I have a bridge to sell you.
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But you do understand there is no need whatsoever or benefit where a dog needs sugar at all and that there are healthy option without sugar at the same price.

I do understand you logic that it is a treat and should be given as such, but there are plenty of options out there without sugar.

can you logically give me a reason how a dog benefits from sugar ?
How about the benefit of enjoying a treat? If the dog likes the taste of the treat and its not abused and used to reinforce good behavior then I would argue that's a good reason to have a small amount of sugar in a treat. What healthier alternatives at this price point that a picky dog would enjoy would you reccomend? I'm here on slick deals for good prices and the way you suggested there are better alternatives I assumed you know a few offhand.
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It is a treat, not a dog super food. It is not being sold as a magical cure all for dogs. People do not get a health benefit from a birthday cake so why not treat them to a carrot for their birthday? See where the logic is flawed here? This is a post about a deal on treats and this is indeed a good price making it a deal. Get it? We are on slick deals and this is a deal.. Trying to scare or shame dog owners over a insignificant amount of sugar in a dog treat is ridiculous. If you believe people are buying these dog treats in place of meals for their dogs then I have a bridge to sell you.
I never said anything about super food , I stated there are treats that are actually worth giving to your pet as a treat that don't have anything that a pet doesn't need .

As far as throwing a human concept in there is off topic and comparing apples to oranges .

Humans have the capacity to know what's good or bad for them where dogs I would say are like you kids all there life and don't know any better and it's your responsibility as a pet owner to make that choice for them.

While it's a good price and a slick deal i guess that's all that matters tho .

It was never my intentions to put scare or fear into anybody's mind or make them feel that way , more or so to let the community know that there are better options at or around the same price and being a better product overall without things that are not needed in a dog's diet .
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