Pet Botanics Healthy Omega Treats - Chicken (3 oz.) by. Cardinal Laboratories, Inc.
NEW Cardinal Laboratories Healthy Omega Treats allow your pet to indulge in a five layer treat that is packed with omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids and essential antioxidants to help your pet to look and feel healthier.
Made with real chicken, layered with cod fish & sweet potatoes
Packed with omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids
Has essential antioxidants
Low in fat
Easy digestible proteins
Low calorie treat
Feeding Directions: Serve at room temperature. Depending on your dog's weight and activity level you may feed him anywhere between 3 and 5 treats a day. Always have fresh water available for your pet.
My yorkies love this by ch774 from Texas12/04/2011
Since I have given these to my dogs there coat and energy level has improved. To bad my local pet store does not carry to many or other people think the same and buy many because when I go there is None left. That is why I have decided to buy on line.
Product was ok. by DogTrainer_7 from Chicago, IL04/30/2013
These treats were only ok. Tough and hard to break into smaller pieces. Did not smell particularly tempting - my dogs were only mildly interested in them.
Convenient and quick! by Rick from New Jersey10/22/2012
I found Entirely Pets while looking for an online supplier for our dog's needs. I saw the best prices by far, and the convenience of not having to trudge out to the pet store really makes it worthwhile. I was surprised at how quickly the shipment came, making my choice the right one!
Love this brand! by Bh12/18/2012
This is definitely a quality treat brand. This particular flavor stinks a bit compared to the beef or bacon flavors but nonetheless, the dogs loved them. Would definitely recommend!
Healthy treat by lynn from AZ06/11/2013
My finicky Chihuahua doesn't like any treats except this one, and I am glad because it is also good for her.
dog got very sick on these treats by star4k301/03/2013
when we first got her these treats and used them for a training session, the following day she came down with a fever and her skin was red and hot all over, and she was lethargic. I wondered if it was the treat. About 3 weeks later she came down with the fever, red skin and lethargy again, and sure enough, my daughter had worked with her and had given her many treats the prior day. Throwing away the rest of this large package - and wondering what is in it that triggered this terrible reaction. She is a 1 year old dog.