We were happy to receive another great product from Primal: their Beef Liver Munchies.
I like using freeze-dried treats for training, because they are easy to break up into smaller bits and they are usually have a very short ingredient list. These treats from Primal fit those qualifications perfectly. In fact, the only ingredient is beef liver.
As an added bonus, the beef is raised in the United States and without antibiotics or added hormones. And the treats have no preservatives or added salt or sugar. Just pure beef.
As you can see, the Kitchen Vultures were very delighted to try them out:
These treats are currently on sale for $4.99 a bag at Chewy.com.
Do you use any treats from Primal? If so, what have you liked?
Disclosure: We were provided with a bag of these treats from Chewy.com in exchange for our honest review.
We’re big fans of limited-ingredient treats over here, and so we were excited to try this offering from Primal: Venison Lung Puffs. (The name makes me laugh a bit. “Lung puffs” sound like what a baby dragon might do when learning how to blow smoke…)
The treats are dehydrated and come in a variety of sizes and chips, but they are easy to break up (without excess dust or crumbs).
I’m not sure if the dogs have had venison before, but they were BIG fans! This is purely anecdotal, too, but they really seem to go crazy for treats that are solo ingredient (i.e., just meat), much more than the ones that have grains or other fillers in them.
Ingredients list? Venison lung and ascorbic acid. You can’t really beat that!
Additionally, these treats offer:
- Venison raised in New Zealand without antibiotics or added hormones
- Single-source protein
- No preservatives
- Grain and gluten free
- No added salt or sugar
These treats are currently on sale for $6.99 a bag at Chewy.com. We will be adding these to our shopping list for future treat purchases!
Do your dogs eat limited-ingredient treats? If you don’t make them yourself, what are some of your favorite sources/brands for these kinds of treats?
Disclosure: We were provided with a bag of these treats by Chewy.com in exchange for our honest review.