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16oz Zuke's Mini Naturals Training Dog Treats (Pork Recipe) EXPIRED

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Zuke's Mini Naturals Training Dog Treats, pork recipe, 16oz. bag for $6.21 plus free Prime shipping or free shipping with $25 order. $5.90 or less with S&S.

This is the lowest price since 2016 and significantly lower than the average price of about $11.

I bought the 16oz. bag of rabbit flavoured treats a couple weeks ago and the hounds seem to like them well enough. No issues with digestion, etc. The rabbit ones are super stinky though!


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Where do they source their pork from?
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Where do they source their pork from?
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YMMV, but Amazon also had an additional save 40% on first Subscribe and Save coupon as well for me
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Where do they source their pork from?
Although the pig comment was funny, this is a concern. I would hope all the culled foreign pigs do not end up in dog treats. The description says "Crafted in the USA using the Earth's best ingredients"
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YMMV, but Amazon also had an additional save 40% on first Subscribe and Save coupon as well for me
That is a single use coupon that applies to anything pet food related. Most maxed the coupon out on dog food
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Where do they source their pork from?
If their website is to believed, pork is sourced from the US.
https://www.zukes.com/ingredients/
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If their website is to believed, pork is sourced from the US.
https://www.zukes.com/ingredients/
Not 100% relevant because this is for the Pork treats and not the Rabbit, but I recently read that New Zealand imports lots of meat products from China and resells them as New Zealand. China is worlds biggest producer of rabbit meat, so might want to think twice before ordering the Rabbit ones.
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Unfortunately my dog is Jewish
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All kidding aside, when a product doesn't list the souce it is very disturbing. Not only for dog treats, but look at all the FP deals for Jack Links jerky! One of my clients is a direct importer of beef and poultry products from China and Australia for distribution to restaurants in South FL. No wonder so many are looking for meat substitutes these days!
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These things are really smelly. but my dog likes them though she likes any treat.
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