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greenies

i've heard they are great are they or not
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Greenies are good for dogs and cats. As long as you get the size that's appropriate for your dog. A dental test showed that Greenies dental chews once a day resulted in 69% reduction in tarter and a 10.5% reduction in plaque (versus a dog that ate dry food and no Greenies).
I have a toy chihuahua and he loves them. His teeth look really good and they make his breath smell nice too, which is always a plus. I hope this helps.
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Countless owners worldwide have heard and tryed Greenies and were very happy they did =] Greenies come in a bunch of different sizes just to fit your dog. Sizes like Teenie, Petite, Medium, large, & Jumbo. Greenies were proven to clean your dog's teeth, freshen their breath, and fight against diseases that could consume your dog's mouth and gums. I myself recommend Greenies highly!!!
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my dog does too anss shes a very picky eater. I find yogurt treats are a good option.
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They're good. Both my dogs love them.
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My dog LOVES Greenies, and his vet is always commenting on how great his teeth look! They are NOT, however, appropriate for dogs under 6 months of age or under 5 pounds and can make them very sick. (I made that mistake when mine was a couple of months old, even though well above 5 pounds.)
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they are good my dog likes them alot.........
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Greenies are good to help prevent bad breath by helping to clean teeth, but do not make a dog's breath "minty" fresh.
You may have heard negative things about the Dental Treats (the "original" version), but the negative publicity was due to people giving thier dogs inappropriate sizes. If your dog is able to easily swallow the whole treat or bite off a large chunk and then swallow it, you may be better off choosing one of their other products, like the SmartBiscuits.
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I don't like greenies. My little guy will Never eat them.
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Greenies are definately great for your dog. They are offered in several sizes and for different ages including senior dogs. They are also very good for your pet and help them keep up with cleaning their teeth.
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i do not care for them because they stink and don't help your dog's breath. they may be one of the most common breath fresheners for dogs, but i find that Booda brand makes a MUCH better substitute. their pup-rrr-mints completely eliminate any breath odor! they're AMAZING!! i MUCH prefer the pup-rrr-mints.
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my dog is hypersensitive stomach. which treat would be good

My dog throws up easily especially to fat. is there a treat she could eat
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What a treat is to a dog is something special given by hand, thus if your dog has a very sensitive stomach I would recommend one of two suggestions. Either use the treats that are the same brand and formula as your dogs food or my other suggestions that I give a lot of my clients is take some of your dogs own dog food and put it in a container that you would normally keep treats in. As long as the "treat"/"food" is given by hand it is still considered a treat or lastly you may try baby carrots. Many dogs love them and they have no fat in them and are good for the dogs.
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I would suggest the charlie bear line of treats. They have only 3 calories per treat!
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If your dog has a sensitive stomach look at the first two or three ingredients on the treats. Those items are mainly what makes up the treat. Look for lamb, chicken, rice etc. Stay clear of product with the words MEAL or BY-PRODUCT, example would be chicken by-product or corn meal those items are harder for the stomach and intestines to break down
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Try the Bil-Jac line of treats. My dog had a very sensitive stomach and she was fine with the liver treats. Good luck!
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I have the same probelm with my 6 month old Golden Retriever. I have found that Nutro Max Natural Choice crunchy treats have worked really well. All natural and they come in three flavors, Blueberry, Carrot and Apple. This is one treat she doesn't throw up.
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The best that I've seen is called Nutro Natural Choice Sensitive Stomach Adult Dog Biscuits. I've never had a dog with a sensitive stomach before, though, so I've never used them before, but that's all that I was able to find on the website.
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I'm not sure if PETCO carries these or not, but you may want to ask them. Here are a few different kinds of treats that are made for dogs with sensitive stomachs.
*Nutro Natural Choice Sensitive Stomach dog biscuits
*Natural Choice Sensitive Stomach dog treats
*Science Diet Sensitive Stomach biscuits
Hope this helps and good luck.
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Sorry to hear your pup has stomach problems. I have the same trouble with my 50# Keeshond/Chow-Chow mix, and one product he tolerates well is Pedigree’s Breath Buster biscuits for large dogs [also comes for small dogs] with eucalyptus oil and parsley. Parsley is a natural tummy soother and my dog always chooses these over any other snack. I started out only giving him a half biscuit at a time once a day for about a week. When nothing untoward happened [vomiting or diarrhea] I upped it to a whole one. Now he gets two a day and loves it. Also, the ability to digest fats has to do with how well the gall bladder functions. You could check with your vet and ask about adding some doggy digestive enzymes to her food, especially lipace, which specifically digest fats. Digestive enzymes are listed under DOG, DIGESTIVE AIDS on PETCO.com. Hope this helps.
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Nutro Natural for sensitve stomachs
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I need dental bones

Would you e-mail me some information on this?
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I would not suggest bones that are hard but are meant to be eaten because pieces can chip off and get stuck in their throat. I would suggest the Kong Dental Bone with peanut butter in it.
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I'd use Greenes!!!!!!!!
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you should use greenies or hartz chews so the the teeth will smell fresher or cleaner!
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I have used Greenies for all my dogs - even my 14 year old who was not eating well still enjoyed his Greenies. He NEVER had to have his teeth cleaned by the vet and never lost a tooth.
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i do not like greenies because they smell and don't really help with bad breath. i prefer Booda brand pup-rrr-mints. they COMPLETELY eliminate all breath odor. also, if you cut the petite sized sticks in half, they can last for MONTHS!
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I really like greenies. My friends dog had the worst breath I'd ever smelt on a dog, and I bought her a greenie and brought it over. The dog not only loved the taste and ate it all (there was nothing left behind to clean up), but it made her breath smell better than ever. Her breath did start to stink again about an hour later though, but at least we had an hour of relief, and now my friend buys greenies for her all the time!!
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I refuse to give my pets greenies becasue they are so hard they tend to splinter and can get caught in their throats. My vet has also said to avoid rawhide treats for this reason. I will highly recommed busy bones (purina) or jumbones (pedigree).
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I give my dogs greenies to chew on for breath and dental issues.
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What brand of dry dog food has the smallest sized kibble?

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I would recommend Blue Buffalo Small Breed because it has very small size kibble that is shaped in a unique triangular shape to help plaque and tarter build up. It is all natural and hollistic with no artificial ingredients or preservatives unlike many other brands such as iams and pro plan. We feed this to our dogs and have been very happy with it.
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try solid gold JUST A WEE BIT for the small breed dog. its all natural not wheat no corn no soy no by products. it contains bison and salmon and my little min pin loves it and it has really tiny kibble.
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I found that Eukanuba has the smallest kibble that I could find.
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There are plenty of brands that have the "small bits" on the from label...depending on the breed of your dog you should consider one of the best premium foods, for example Royal Canin comes in puppy and even baby bits, and they are super soft. They have a variety amogst breeds.
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A lot of dog food brands have different types of dog food for varieties of dogs. Science Diet and other brands have Small Bite Adult or Small Bite Puppy, however if you are looking for something a bit more specific you can always try looking for your breed of dog in Royal Canin's dog food. Royal Canin dog food is fit for certain breeds and is popular and well known. Also, Petco stores have pictures of the sizes of kibble next to the packaging on the shelves if you need more help.
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Usually each brand has different styles of food - some even have "small bites". I'd recommend that you choose a type of food based on nutritional and life stage needs for your dog and then look for a small bite.
If you search on Petco's website under Dog, then Food Center and Dry Food, there is an option under Special Needs for Small Bite. In all, there are 8 options, but you could narrow that down based on age (Puppy, Adult, Senior), if you need a Lite diet or not, and then what you want the main ingredient(s) to be. Petco carries Science Diet, Nutro, Eukanuba and AvoDerm brands in small bites.
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A lot of them are very similiar. Most brands have an option that says for small bites. If you have a very small dog such as a dachsund or pomeranian, they make food specifically for certain breeds that fit their size and mouths very well.
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What treat do I know is best for my dog?

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I would suggest something that is healthy for them or somehting that is all natural. Try a few small packages of treats to see which one your dog likes best. I would suggest the bil-jac line of treats and the cloud star buddy biscuits.
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I personally would go with a treat that is healthy and tasty. Like, treats from Nutri Dent.
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treats with glucosamine in it is good
they also now makes dog food with glucosamine, my dog like all soft chewy treats ,the puppy size dog biscuits are easier for her to chew,
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There is no easy answer for this unless you can provide more details about your dog. Things to consider are: ingredients, size, type and flavor. If your dog has any allergies, you'll want to read the ingredients of treats before trying them. Also, there are many natural treats available that are healthier. Size is another consideration - you want a treat that is appropriate for your dog and the reason you're giving it (i.e., small training treats while working on training). There are soft and hard treats - soft treats might be more appealing to your dog, but hard treats have the benefit of helping remove tartar. Flavor is a consideration if you have a picky eater or if you have a sensitive nose yourself.
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What kind of dog do you have? You could always bring your dog into PETCO (because they are allowed in the store), and ask them. That way they would be able to see the dog and help to recommend the best treat for him/her. Hope this helps, good luck.
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what would be good brand of puppy milk?

our pit bull puppy was weaned early from his mom because she would not feed i need to know a good puppy milk to give him he is 5 weeks
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I would suggest the Just Born Milk Replacer For Puppies.
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because your dog is 5 weeks you need the milk that is called second step. its for dogs that are being weaned away from their mothers.
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The best replacement milk for puppies is "Esbilac Puppy Milk". It is the best milk replacer for nursing or orphan puppies. It is carefully formulated to match the nutrition and taste of mother's milk. I hope this helps.
Good luck.
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As the pup is now 6 weeks old, puppy milk is not the only food she should be eating. If you're looking for a puppy milk to mix with other food to make mush, Petco carries Esbilac, which is a well-known and widely used milk. Check with your vet regarding proper nutrition at this stage of your puppy's milk as over the next few weeks her needs will continue to change.
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I would suggest using Goats Milk Esbilac as a milk replacement for now and Eukanuba Puppy Weaning Diet Formula Dog Food in the next few weeks. This food is ok to use at 1 month old to begin getting your puppy on a solid diet. It has the proper nutrients in it as well.
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I am looking for a dental chew ? Don't know how many are in the package can you help?

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I woul;d suggest the line of nylabone dental chews. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes, and the amount in a package differs depending on the product.
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If you have a puppy or small dog try the Jumbone mini's -they come 10 to a pack.
My dog loves them!
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"Pedigree Dentabones": Large & Medium come in packs of 2 and the small size comes in packs of 3.
"Greenies Lite Dental Treats" (teenie size): Come in packs of either 43 or packs of 100.
"Greenies-Senior": Come in packs of 12 or packs of 40.
"3M Pet Care": Come in packs of 3 or packs of 14.
If you look under dental treats for dogs and click on the individual treats and go towards the bottom of the page, where it says the prices and stuff it will say how many come in each pack and for how much.
I hope this helps and good luck.
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there is one chew that petco has classified as a dental chew, the busy bone chew. but there are many other chews (greenies, 3m treats, etc.) that freshn breath and help clean teeth. here is the link to the chews. http://www.petco.com/Shop/petco_ProductList_PC_productlist_Nav_191_N_22+91+30+5038.aspx
the busy bone chews come in packs of 2. the treats should say how many come in a pkg on the product page. hope this helps!
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Do you carry the Bacon Flavored Beggin Strips in either the 25 oz or 32 oz bags?

If so, please advise me of the quotes.
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No, I am very sorry here are some of the closest ones to what you wanted:

36 ounce for $25.17
40 ouce for $26.97
17 ounce for $9.34
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No the only ones that I have seen are the big 10' ones.
SORRY!!!!!
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The biggest I was able to find was 17oz which is labeled "The Great Big Bag". I don't see anything larger.
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looks like the largest size carried is 170z. here is the link to all the beggin strips http://www.petco.com/Shop/SearchResults.aspx?Nav=1&N=0&Ntt=beggin+strips
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Can you order the treats from the "Snack Bar" online?

My dog LOVES the "chocolate chip cookies" and the "creme filled sandwich cookies" that taste just like people cookies. I always try them before i buy them and if they dont taste like something i would eat, he doesnt get them. The closest Petco is almost an hour away. Or can i buy them prepackaged?
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YES! I believe these are new to their online product list...and right now they don't have the Chocolate Chip Cookies, but they do have the Sandwich Cookies. You buy a large box in bulk. They have 7 of the different treats available as of today (6/10/08)
Search for this -
PETCO Treat Bar Dog Treats
Another option would be to ask your local store next time you are there if you can buy a large box since they are available online. Of course, that is how they get them!
Good luck! OH, and my Kids love those C.C.Cookies, too! They smell just like Chips Ahoy!! HA!
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At this time the Pet Bar snacks are only available in stores only. Sorry for the inconvenience. Try stocking up so you don't have to go quite so often, though.
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Unfortunately, the cookies and treats available at the bar are only available in stores. I'll be happy to forward your suggestion to our buyers for consideration.
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Do you carry hypoallergenic treats? What would be good for my large dog?

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It depends on what your dog is allergic too, but if you are looking for an all around healthy treat I would suggest the Bil-Jac line of treats.
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first of all find out what your dog is allergic to. natural ballence sells dog food and treats for the special dogs with allergies. they have perfect sized treats for any size dog. the come in potatoe and duck sweet potatoe and fish turkey, lamb and things like that. try going into petco and let them know what your dog is allergic to and ask them about the natural ballance dog treats
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There really is no such thing as a "hypoallergenic" treat since any individual could potentially be allergic to anything. However, if your dog has a specific allergy and your vet has advised you to avoid a specific ingredient, Petco has a great selection of treats that have limited ingredients. For example, Buddy Biscuits come in several varieties and some are wheat and corn free.
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I've found "Yummy Chummies" Wild Alaska Salmon Dog Treat; Dick Van Patten's Natural Balance Dog Treat Rolls; Chicken Buddies Natural Chicken Strips; Dingo Bones; Blue Dog Bakery Premium All Natural Low Fat Dog Biscuits, and there are many more. All I did was search: Hypoalergenic Dog Treats on Petco's website search box.
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I'm looking for the duck wrapped around banana treat by petco. I have been to several store and they are always out of them.

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I don't think Petco carries them anymore.
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I am quite sure these were discontinued by the entire chain as they were on clearance at my store about 3 months ago - I cleared them out at $1 a bag - and I asked the manager to find more for me and this is what he told me. Any stores that did have them only had their current stock and were more than likely putting them on clearance around the same time.
There is a company called Veggie Life that makes some, and they also make many different types of dog treats...Petco has carried some of these at one time I am pretty sure!!!
Some other options are the Chicken Breast Treats - made with pure chicken breast and available in different sizes, shapes, etc. I don't see many of them online but they have lots of different options in your local Petco stores.
There are also the Solid Gold treats (they are Jerky types), the Wellness treats (again, Jerky type) or there are the Bully Sticks in all different shapes, etc.
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I know that the Petco's in my area discontinued them. I'm really upset too because my dogs go CRAZY for them!
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Try having the manager look up other stores inventory in your area and see if there are any available before running around with no luck. Also, if they aren't sold in stores, you may need to get them online only.
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Looking for Bakery Delights

Looking for Bakery Delights
Cutting Board Select Bits
20 oz package
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No, I am very sorry but Petco does not carry these treats anymore.
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petco carries a great blue dog bakery treat that is just as good or better than cutting board select bits. give it a try, it's even cheaper.
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You might ask the store manager of your local PETCO if he/she will order them for you or try them as a new product. I know some grocery stores offer this service.
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no they do not carry those treats
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can you buy the corn or carrot pegetables without the celery?

My dog does not like the celery at all & I end up giving it away. Usually there is more of the celery than the other veggies.
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No, I am sorry but they only carry the multipack.
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No, I am sorry but they only carry the multiflavor packs right now.
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Yes you can.
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Currently Petco only carries the Pegetables Mixed Flavor Chew Treats.
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do you have the duck and sweet potatoe snack for dogs?

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Yes, my dogs go crazy for them.
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The other person answered your question, but I thought I should mention that my dog (a labradoodle) recently tried the sweet potato & venison treats (slightly different) by the same brand (Natural Balance) that we found at Petco and she LOVES them. She holds them between her paws as though she is cherishing them.
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yes, petco has them. they are made by natural balance. here is the link: http://www.petco.com/product/10046/Natural-Balance-Potato-and-Duck-Formula-Treats.aspx
the 8oz bag is actually on sale right now, too!
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My dog is alergic to wheat - what is a good treat for her? She's a shih tzu.

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Robbie Dawg Organic Roasted Chicken and Vegetable Dog Treats
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my dog (a shihtzu mix) also has a wheat allergy, and the natural balance treats work well for him - and he loves them!
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PETCO has a few different treats that don't have wheat, wheat gluten, etc in them.
*Natural Choice Crunchy Berry treats
*Natural Choice Crunchy Carrot treats
*Sniffers All Natural Lifestages Semi Moist Treats
*Natural Choice Crunchy Apple treats
I have bought the fruit treats and you wouldn't think that dogs like them, but they really do.
I hope this helps and good luck,
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Do you sell the small IAMs bones in a 20lb package. If so, how bones come per box.

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The biggest one I could find in the small size is an 8 pound bag.
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No, I didn't see any on the website. Sorry.
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PETCO has Iams Original Formula Small Biscuits for Dogs. A 24 oz. box is about $5.00 A 4 lb. box is about $10.00. I'm not sure how many are in the boxes. There are quite a few though. I hope this helps you, good luck.
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Why did Petco stop selling this treat?

About a month ago you stopped carrying the Nylabones that I have been buying at Petco for years. They are Peanut Butter flavored chews and there are seven in a package. I can't find them anywhere but Petco and now they aren't sold there anymore either. Why is that?
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It is most likely because of unpopularity, but they still sell all of the other nylabone products. They have tons of other flavors such as bacon, roast beef, and chicken. I would recommend trying a value pack to see which one your dog likes best.
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If anything, I would contact the manufacture directly to make sure that they didn't stop making that product all together, that might save you some time, good luck!
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Petco still offers Nylabones! If they don't offer them in that flavor, it could be due to them being unpopular in general. Maybe you could consider a different flavor.
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whats the best food to a pitbull

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I would recommend Blue Buffalo Dog Food. It is all natural and hollistic and doesn't have artificial flavors or preservatives like many of the popular brands such as royal canin and pro plan do. We feed it to our large dogs and have been very happy with it.
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I adopted a pitbull terrier and have consulted several veterinarians about what is the best food to feed her. They nearly all suggested Eukanuba or Royal Canin.
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It depends on what price range you're looking for and whether you want dry or canned food. I would suggest a food for active dogs, medium or large dogs depending on their weight (it will usually say on the bag). If you get canned food, I would suggest feeding it with dry food as more of a treat rather than the whole nutrional supplement. I would suggest Eukanuba or Pro Plan. Both of those brands have several varieties and are pretty well known brands.
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We need Dental Bones!

I have a Yorkie and a Pomeranian. Their vet said to get some dental bones that I could give them daily to get rid of their tartar. Please suggest something not too big.
O, and please keep the suggestions coming!!!
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There are lots of options for this, and most of them come in a mini version. Here they are:
Busy Bone Dental
Booda Bone
Nylabone Healthy Edibles
Dingo Dental Bone

Also, just giving them one or two dog biscuits daily would help tartar. I would recommend my personal favorite, old mother hubbard dog biscuits.
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Check out Savvy Snax Chewy Dental Nibs...they have green tea, a natural antimicrobial, to reduce bacteria that can lead to tartar. Also breath freshening.
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You could try the Nylabone Original Durable Dog Chew, as small as 4.5 inches (SKU: 21903).
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Have you stopped carrying Freeze Dried Ice Cream for dogs?

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Yes, they still have it!
Pooch Passions Freeze Dried Vanilla Ice Cream Treats for Dogs
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No, you are in luck, they still carry it. They might not have it at your local store because it wasn't on high demand but they still have in online. On the home page in the search box, type in Pooch Passions Freeze Dried Vanilla Ice Cream Treats For Dogs. Good Luck!!
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I'm not sure if this is what you're looking for...I found it by searching Ice Cream on the petco site, you can try to find it. Pooch Passions Freeze Dried Vanilla Ice Cream Treats for Dogs.
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