4.83 rating based on 6 reviews
MADE IN CHINA!
DO NOT BUY! Dogs are dying and getting ill
The Quackers are a hit
I have 3 dogs and they all love the duck breast. This is a first because one always does not like what the others like
My dog has become allergic to chicken. Luckily he can have duck and Cadet's Duck Breasts are now his favorite treat. They are so good for him that his vet said he can eat them for dinner.
On June 14, 2014, I bought a bag of Cadet Duck Breast Dog Treats from Costco. I'm furious about this product - my 5 year old Shih Tzu had only been eating the treat for less than a week and he already experienced multiple occurrences of seizures and vomiting. I brought him to the vet and performed a blood test and the results exhibited liver failure. My dog is still suffering and hasn't fully recovered yet - I'm very upset.
good portion control
from Des Plaines, IL08/03/2010
It's tiny strip pieces makes it easy for portion control. I don't have to break it apart and make a mess on days that I want my dog to have only a small amount of treats.
Where is it?
I ordered 2 packages of the duck treats on October 19 2010 and was charged over $30 and have not as yet received the order. Today is the 9th of November....still waiting!!!!
Duck from China
Duck and chicken products from China have been proven to cause cancer in your dog, beware!
already ordered before
from Napa, California11/25/2012
My doxie, Ms Daisy, will only eat duck breast treats, no other will do. Although more expensive than most treats, the contents of the product are the best you can give a dog. I am hooked on it for her. My order came the next day and I usually waited over 7 days with other pet stores, will use Entirely Pets from now on
these are DELISH !!!!! She can't wait for snack time..
from Oxnard, Ca.04/02/2013
Prior to my morning wath "LucY, I usually cut up some of Cadet's Duck Breast, then when we encounter my friends dogs, I give each of them a sample, "Cup Cake" an adopted Great Dane, "Jackson" a 90 Lb. bundle of muscle Boxer, then there is "Charlie" and "Riley" mixed breeds, all these dogs can hardly wait for me to show up with their sample of Cadet's Gourmet Oven Roasted Duck Breasts.