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Pet Botanics Training Rewards Treats for Dogs, Made with Real Pork Liver, Focuses, Motivates, Rewards, Speeds Up Learning Curve, No BHA, BHT, Ethoxyquin, Bacon, 20 oz (1 pack) Regular Bacon 1.25 Pound (Pack of 1)

(6 customer reviews)

Perfect Size For Repetitive Rewards; Approximately 500 Treats Per Bag
Easy To Carry In Your Pocket
Made With Real Pork Liver; Healthy And Nutritional
Low Calorie Treat
Made In The Usa

$24.12

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Pet Botanics Training Reward Bacon Flavor Dog Treats are made with real pork liver and feature a soft, moist consistency and aroma that dogs love. The small size is ideal for repetitive rewards required during training. Meat is the #1 ingredient and real bacon is added for the flavor that makes your canine companions tail wag. A natural preservative system is used; no BHA, BHT, soy or ethoxyquin, so you can enjoy peace of mind that your pet’s treat is healthy and nutritious. These treats, the original meaty training reward, are sure to motivate your dog to learn and help shorten the learning curve!

Specification: Pet Botanics Training Rewards Treats for Dogs, Made with Real Pork Liver, Focuses, Motivates, Rewards, Speeds Up Learning Curve, No BHA, BHT, Ethoxyquin, Bacon, 20 oz (1 pack) Regular Bacon 1.25 Pound (Pack of 1)

Dimensions 3.5 × 7 × 11.51 in

6 reviews for Pet Botanics Training Rewards Treats for Dogs, Made with Real Pork Liver, Focuses, Motivates, Rewards, Speeds Up Learning Curve, No BHA, BHT, Ethoxyquin, Bacon, 20 oz (1 pack) Regular Bacon 1.25 Pound (Pack of 1)

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  1. Samantha Miller

    I just read through the reviews of Pet Botanics treats to see a lot of comments claiming these treats contain garlic. Spoiler alert: They DO NOT. I use all of the varying flavors and not a single one of them contain garlic as an ingredient. That being said, I have used these treats with client dogs and personal dogs for roughly 4 years now. I found them through Chewy originally and normally hit Petsmart to buy them, but they’re actually cheaper through Amazon and come right to my door. These treats have helped me train numerous dogs who were said to be “non-food motivated” and dogs who have been said to be “completely untrainable” – Including my own dog who’s previous owner couldn’t handle her (Shown I’m attached photos). I have never once had a problem convincing even the pickiest eaters to accept these treats, nor have I ever had a problem with bloody stools or vet visits. Those reviews blaming the treats likely didn’t think to check for recalls on their kibble, or their dog might have even had some underlying condition that was not in any way shape or form related to the treats – or they might even be reviewing the wrong product considering these treats do not contain garlic. All in all, these are fantastic treats. Do not let the negative reviews scare you away from an ingredient that isn’t even present.Read more

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  2. Anya Nicholson

    I ordered these for my 4 month old mini labradoodle- they are POISON. To anyone reading this that has a puppy it will save you a scary experience of finding blood in your puppy’s stool and an expensive trip to the vet. I started giving them to him during training for two days- both days he had diarrhea in the morning and during the day. The second day he had blood in his stool. Biopsy from the vet is still waiting results but he was in a month ago to the vet and 100% healthy with no bacterial/viral (parasite) in his stool and has had all his shots etc. so that slime down the chance of it being anything else- vets assume it’s from the treats and I wouldn’t buy these EVER again. Do yourself and your fluffy one a favor and avoid purchase.Read more

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  3. SharonB

    I first purchased these treats for potty training rewards for my 1lb 10oz 7 week old Papillon puppy at Petsmart and she loved them so much I found them to be a better price on Amazon. Then at 14 weeks and still a tiny dog weighing 2lbs 7oz she started pooping bright red bloody diarrhea. I took her to the vet along with a bag of everything I have been feeding her. The vet read the ingredients in these treats and told me she was absolutely shocked that these are being sold on the market because they contain GARLIC in the ingredients which is POISONOUS to dogs. Garlic causes red blood cells to burst in their bodies and can cause bloody stools, diarrhea, and lead to DEATH. Poor little girl, very lucky I got her to the vet in time. NEVER AGAIN, these should be recalled….Beware.Read more

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  4. Raquel Ruiz

    These should BE TAKEN OFF OF AMAZON There is GARLIC IN THESE AND DOGS Aren’t suppose to have garlic as if you look it up online It states IT IS POISONOUS TO THEM copied from google- Since garlic is more concentrated than an onion, an even smaller ingested amount could lead to toxicosis-Toxic doses of garlic can cause damage to the red blood cells (making them more likely to rupture) leading to anemia. I noticed blood in my pups stool, and also diarrhea but she seemed to be ok after a few days Of stopping treats, but this wasn’t the case for my other pup we just got back from a very scary & expensive trip to the vet, I’m not sure if because he is only 4 pounds this effected him differently but I’m going to state exactly what the vet told me because there is so much different information out there who knows what is accurate and what isn’t but mind you I’ve been told by another vet to stay away from garlic all together because as stated above it is poisonous so now hearing this new information I have no idea what is accurate and will leave my first hand experience for you to decide. When I first purchased these I went off ratings because so many people seemed to have liked them and my dogs loved them leading me to purchase several times and I actually felt these were a 5 star item and were excellent for training purposes but always wondered why they were so inexpensive because every dog treat I purchase for my pups are pretty pricey, anyhow I decided as I was investigating further into the different food and treats I was giving to my pups the week of the diarrhea incident to try and find out what could have caused her issue and that’s when I found out garlic was in these and like I said I’ve heard 2 different things now about garlic but based on the 2 responses of my dogs getting very sick for them it’s better just to stay away from it all together, now I do want to be 100 honest and say for my second pup who got really sick and we had to rush him to the vet there may have been something else contributing to what caused him to get sick but there is no way to know for sure and I thought it was only right to share our experience here and leave it for you to decide what best for you & your pet. Also given all this I will be honest and say if garlic isn’t harmful in any way shape or form and in fact is the opposite as some people claim it to be and adding the love that my pups had for these treats before our really scary situation I would have left a full 5 stars but after everything we’ve been through and reading about garlic for dogs and having 1 vet tell me the same I truly feel this shouldn’t be made with garlic and can’t leave anything more than 1 star.Read more

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  5. C. Leonard

    good price for the quantity and the dogs love’em. went from 5 stars to NO stars. we purchased the large bag and opened it on a Sunday for game day. Game day is where 3 of my friends come to play games and bring their dogs. We meet every other week. Well, the dogs loved them and so I saved them for the next game day 2 weeks later and they had mold on them. I’m old and didn’t see it and when another player reached in the bag she said, “OMG, mold!” We stopped feeding them the treats of course. I did not throw away and by the 3rd week the treats were where I could easily see the mold. Buy small bags, I guess and really watch for the first sign of mold. I won’t buy again though.Read more

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    Pet Botanics Training Rewards Treats for Dogs, Made with Real Pork Liver, Focuses, Motivates, Rewards, Speeds Up Learning Curve, No BHA, BHT, Ethoxyquin, Bacon, 20 oz (1 pack) Regular Bacon 1.25 Pound (Pack of 1)
    Pet Botanics Training Rewards Treats for Dogs, Made with Real Pork Liver, Focuses, Motivates, Rewards, Speeds Up Learning Curve, No BHA, BHT, Ethoxyquin, Bacon, 20 oz (1 pack) Regular Bacon 1.25 Pound (Pack of 1)

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