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15-Count SmartBones Mini Chicken Wrapped Sticks Dog Treats EXPIRED

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Chewy has 15-Count SmartBones Mini Chicken Wrapped Sticks Dog Treats on sale for $3.81 when you choose Autoship & Save at checkout.
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Amazon [amazon.com] has the 15-Ct SmartBones Mini Chicken Wrapped Sticks Dog Treats on sale for $3.31 when you checkout via subscribe & save (extra $.50 off applied at checkout). Shipping is free - NLA w/ Amazon Prime or on orders $25+.

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Chewy [chewy.com] has the 15-Ct SmartBones Mini Chicken Wrapped Sticks Dog Treats on sale for $3.81 when you opt for autoship & save. Shipping is free on orders $49+.

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Contains sorbitol high on the ingredients list. My dog gets upset stomach from sorbitol. Followed by fructose and preceded by glycerin and corn. These ingredients are junk.

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Contains sorbitol high on the ingredients list. My dog gets upset stomach from sorbitol. Followed by fructose and preceded by glycerin and corn. These ingredients are junk.
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Contains sorbitol high on the ingredients list. My dog gets upset stomach from sorbitol. Followed by fructose and preceded by glycerin and corn. These ingredients are junk.
Agreed, this total garbage even if it was free.
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these are not bad, a bit bland tasting though. i like to bring a bag to work to share with my coworkers
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Wow look at the ingredients. Full of junk I wouldn't eat
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Contains sorbitol high on the ingredients list. My dog gets upset stomach from sorbitol. Followed by fructose and preceded by glycerin and corn. These ingredients are junk.

It amuses me that people fall for this "health food for pets" marketing. It's actually ingenious. Do you really think that dogs care if it has fructose, glycerin and corn? Most healthy dogs don't care what the heck they eat and can digest just about anything. They sniff each other's butts and drink out of toilets. They are disgusting, lovable creatures.
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Wow look at the ingredients. Full of junk I wouldn't eat
Do you drink out of toilet? laugh out loud
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It amuses me that people fall for this "health food for pets" marketing. It's actually ingenious. Do you really think that dogs care if it has fructose, glycerin and corn? Most healthy dogs don't care what the heck they eat and can digest just about anything. They sniff each other's butts and drink out of toilets. They are disgusting, lovable creatures.
My grandma's dogs eats tortillas and meat scrapes as well as veggie scraps and they are healthy as can be. My sisters dog is fed a handmade meat and veggie bowl that cost like $5 a meal and drinks purified water and is a bag of health issues.
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The chicken used in these treats come from China and is toxic. If you want to kill your dog, feed him these treats. I can't believe Chewy is even selling these! 😡 These are rebranded because they were pulled from the market by PetSmart, Target, etc. Our dog died from eating these!
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The chicken used in these treats come from China and is toxic. If you want to kill your dog, feed him these treats. I can't believe Chewy is even selling these! 😡 These are rebranded because they were pulled from the market by PetSmart, Target, etc. Our dog died from eating these!
Do you have any proof to these claims?
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Quote from jmhulet :
It amuses me that people fall for this "health food for pets" marketing. It's actually ingenious. Do you really think that dogs care if it has fructose, glycerin and corn? Most healthy dogs don't care what the heck they eat and can digest just about anything. They sniff each other's butts and drink out of toilets. They are disgusting, lovable creatures.
That is very true. I give my dog all the "good" stuff but she eats all sort of things, toys, wood chips, grass, paper napkins...etc. Eventually she poops it out.
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The Amazon one is dead.
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Do you have any proof to these claims?
Yes, and the FDA has all the information. In China and other Asian countries they receive all of the outdated computer and electronic components and they use a chemical to extract the gold from the circuit boards. The chemical is allowed to run into creeks, streams, and rivers. The chickens drink the polluted water and the chicken is toxic. Our veterinarian verified the toxins in Benji's blood and the information was sent to the FDA in Memphis, TN. Benji had seizures where he would lay sideways on the floor and shake. Before we realized what was causing the seizures he ended up at the animal ER with kidney failure along with other issues and he passed.
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