Stewart Beef Liver Freeze Dried (4 oz)formerly Gimborn
were developed over 30 years ago under the Redi brand name as a tool for training pure bred dogs for show; and as an obedience tool for dogs in the ring. Freeze dried liver was the first product developed, primarily to replace raw liver, which was commonly used by breeders and trainers.
Key Benefits of Our Freeze Dried Treats
The Original Freeze Dried Training Treat and the preferred choice of trainers for over 30 years
High in protein
Liver treats contain no preservatives or additives
Retains the aroma, full flavor and nutritional value of raw liver, chicken liver or beef
No refrigeration required
Made with 100% pure beef liver, real liver and beef
The perfect pocket treat and ideas size for pockets or hands
"the most highly reccomended training treat for dogs"
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5.00 rating based on 3 reviews
AWESOME by Katieb1123 from rockville MD11/06/2012
a warning... if you keep some of these in your pocket, you will smell and only be attractive to the canine species...lesson learned the hard way!
these were great i put them in the kong with pb and froze it and they were entertained for hrs!!!!
Great Pure Product by Sandraelaine from Upstate NY (Adirondacks)12/14/2012
I own a Pet Care business and my client's dogs LOVE these treats. A few of the dogs I care for are allergic to treats and many dog foods. These treats have no fillers. They are pure beef. Excellent product. Dogs LOVE them.
Best treat Ever! by Pam from Vermont08/14/2013
I keep a supply of this on hand, usually in the bathroom. Whenever I trim nails, clean ears or give the dogs a bath, they get freeze-dried liver as their reward. They still don't like their "spa days" but they come running into the bathroom every time, in anticipation of their doggie crack!