What are milk-bone soft & chewy dog treats features?
- Contains (1) 25-ounce containers of milk-bone soft and chewy beef and filet mignon recipe with chuck roast dog treats
- Soft and chewy dog treats made with real chuck roast
- Fortified with 12 vitamins and minerals
- Great for dogs of all sizes
- Loved since 1908
Looking for specific info?
How many treats come in the 25oz?
Are these treats soft enough to break into pieces for training a small dog?
Dogs shouldn’t have candy because sugar is bad for them, so why is sugar is the third ingredient?
Do they come in mini for toy dogs?
Will this work for dogs with no teeth?
Are these really 20.56?? I just bought the 36 oz at bj’s for 7.98.
The package says it is baked in the u.s. Is that sketchy code for a bunch of chinese ingredients? Or is this 100% american?
Could someone explain to me why is the box with the item i chose says it costs $8.98 but the price on the bottom is $11.98??
Is this processed in the usa?
Can my baby use this product a lot?
How big is it send pic
How long can this product be warranted?
Are subsequent shipments of treats the same price?
When is the expiration date?
Is this product really as good as advertised?
Are these small, medium or large?
Are these treats grain free?
The title indicates beef but the picture shows chicken. Which is it?
How many calories per chew?
Where did my order go?
What are our customers saying?
I work at a major appliance/hardware store and we welcome dogs. I just love dogs and all the hugs and kisses i get. I decided to buy treats for them when they come to my department. I usually acknowledge them before acknowledging their humans. I always ask 1st if i may give them a treat. They are soft enough to break little bits off to feed especially the smaller dogs. The dogs just love them. I’ve even had people say…’ she/he is picky and probably won’t eat it.’ to their surprise, they gobble each bite up! I just love doing this. I even have people say, ‘ i wanted to go that way in the store, but they wanted to go this way, to you because they know you have treats’. I have never had a dog refuse my treats. Thank you milk bone…from all my 4 legged shoppers!
They are soft enough for old teeth, and the pups love them. I often break them in two pieces and give half to each dog. 1/2 is plenty for a treat and they last even longer.
My naughty little chihuahua/yorkie mix looooves these treats to the point that he wont eat any others. I have two large jars of treats he liked in the past but now he turns his nose up to them.
I have an older dog that has a hard time with chews. He loves these and easy on his stomach. Both my fur babies love these treats
Puppy dogs approve! They love them. I have an older one with teeth issues and he is able to eat them also. The bonus is the container they come in. Perfect size for a number of other uses once the treats are gone!!
I have a couple of very picky dogs, and one is older and struggles to eat milk bones (which he has always loved). It was nice to find these, they love them and my older dog is able to eat them with little issue.
I took a chance hoping my 15 yr old dog would eat them i new right away when i unscrewed the lid and the beef smell hit me
I have used milk bone soft and chewy treats ever since they became available on the market. My dogs and their friends love them. Great product.
Just the best for all age pups ! Easily size adjustable for training treats or just perfect reward for large to tiny pups!
I have older dogs and they cannot chew the standard milk bones anymore.
They look and smell great. Soft and chewy but my dog won’t eat them for some unknown reason.
I have 2 picky shih-tzu mixes and they love these treats. They are soft enough for senior dogs and can easily be broken into smaller pieces
Be careful. This is a treat. Your dog will love them and want more. But i have small dogs 9lbs and 10lbs and more than one gives them both the runs. They smell horrible (probably one of the reasons the dogs love them so much). Obviously you only smell them for the 2 seconds it takes to get them out of the container. And we always wind up with 1/4the the container drying out making them harder like a regular dog cookie. But they do love them and of all the choices you can make to give your dog a treat, i think this one isn’t so bad.
These are really good for the dogs they love them they’re absolutely fresh and they’re good for small dogs
These stink to high-heaven! It is hard to open the jar to give treat to my puppy! Thing is…i lost my sense of smell and taste back in 2019! These are just horrible smelling!
I liked the product to know it had vitamin every time i gave to her as well as it was a treat
This treat has garlic. I assume some dogs can tolerate garlic, but mine cannot. Both onion and garlic make some dogs quite sick, and i am embarrassed to say how long it took me to figure out that my poor dog is one of them. She liked these treats at first, but when she realized they gave her a noisy and painful tummy, she lost her enthusiasm for them.
If polka & dott like ’em then they must taste pretty darn good! I think we’ve tried every soft (expensive) treat made w/ nat. Ingreds. Out there only for our 10.5 yr old jack-chi’s to sniff ’em and walk away or gobble ’em up only to be miserably sick the next couple of days.
Fingers crossed that our fur-babies finally have a treat that’s easier on their aging teeth as well as their sensitive bellies that they really enjoy. Stay tuned -i’ll keep you posted!
I took a little nibble to show my dog it was edible. It was very tasty. He loves them.
I had to control myself. My dogs loved them.
Beef, Chicken, Soy Grits, Sugar, Corn Starch, Filet Mignon, Dicalcium Phosphate, Salt, Rice Flour, Propylene Glycol, Natural Smoke Flavor, Guar Gum, Lactic Acid, Garlic Powder, Potassium Sorbate (Used as a Preservative), Vitamins (Vitamin E Supplement, Vitamin A Supplement, Niacin Supplement, D-Calcium Pantothenate, Riboflavin Supplement, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Thiamine Mononitrate, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Folic Acid, Biotin, Vitamin B12 Supplement), Minerals (Ferrous Sulfate, Zinc Oxide, Manganous Oxide, Copper Sulfate, Calcium Iodate, Sodium Selenite), Red 40, Sodium Nitrite (for Color Retention), Yellow 5, BHA (Used as a Preservative), Blue 2.
Feed as a snack or treat, as part of a healthy diet. Break into small pieces for small dogs. Always monitor your dog while treating.
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