Review: Blue Buffalo Wilderness Trail Treats

This month, we got to try Blue Buffalo’s Wilderness Trail Treats in the turkey biscuit variety. The pups are always excited when they see/smell me breaking into a package from Chewy.

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These are hefty biscuits, and they make for a great occasional, special treat. (They are too sturdy to break up for training purposes, in my opinion.)

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The dogs were very enthusiastic about getting to try these biscuits, and Eden got to be our cute, eager-faced little model this time.

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Turkey is the first-listed ingredient, and the treats also do not contain any corn, wheat, or soy, which is always a great bonus in our book.

A 10-oz. bag of these treats is currently on sale at Chewy.com for $5.99.

Do you keep of a stock of “special occasion” goodies for the dogs? What are some of your favorite products?

Disclosure: We were provided with a bag of these treats in exchange for our honest review. All opinions are our own, and we don’t review products that we wouldn’t endorse to close friends and their pups.

Review: EVO Wild Cravings treats

The girls got to try the EVO Wild Cravings treats (turkey and chicken formula) from Chewy.com. A 20-oz. bag (it’s big!) sells for $8.69 at Chewy.com.

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The ingredients are excellent and very limited. The treats are also grain-free and made in the United States.

EVO Wild Cravings treats (turkey and chicken) ingredients:

Turkey, chicken, turkey meal, chicken meal, potatoes, herring meal, chicken fat, natural flavors, egg, apples, carrots, tomatoes, cottage cheese, dried chicory root, and vitamins and minerals

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In short, the dogs were thrilled about these treats, and we were certainly happy to receive them. The treats have a very high protein content (47%), so we’ve been giving extra treats to Eden to help her gain weight. The treats are a bit larger in size than a US quarter, and they have a rather hard, biscuit-y texture. Due to their high protein content and composition, they probably wouldn’t make great training treats, but they’ve been excellent incentives for our dogs to be happy about crate time — and to use for the occasional, fun, “just-because-we-love-you” treat.

Have you ever tried EVO products before?

Disclosure: We were provided with a bag of these treats in exchange for our honest review.