Canidae Grain-Free PURE Chewy Treats

Brought to you by Baron Henley von Pretzel!

And this guy:

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But this guy wouldn’t eat these treats.

What can I say? Sometimes he’s a treat snob.

This month’s Chewy.com treats are Canidae’s Grain-Free PURE Chewy Treats in Sweet Potato and Duck.

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These little nuggets are made in the United States and have just a short list of ingredients that includes sweet potato and duck (obviously) as well as peas, rosemary extract, and green tea extract.

Canidae offers this treat in a variety of flavors and each treat is just 3 calories so they make a great training treat or treat for a smaller dog.

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You know. Like Henley P.

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While these treats have a great ingredient list and are made in the United States, my one issue with them that I think was also Teton’s issue is that they aren’t really “chewy.”

My sister mentioned the same and said that she had to break them up for Henley but once she did that he was hooked. So, points for flavor!

If you have a dog that loves unique flavors like duck and sweet potato or rabbit and kale and doesn’t have a strong preference for softer, chewier treats, Canidae’s line of Grain-Free PURE Chewy Dog Treats may be a good option for you.

Hope you liked this quick review! Thanks to Chewy.com for another treat this month.

We’ll be back to check in soon!

Happy tails…

DISCLAIMER: HER DOG BLOG WAS SENT THIS PRODUCT IN EXCHANGE FOR OUR HONEST REVIEW AND NO COMPENSATION OTHER THAN THE PRODUCT WAS RECEIVED.
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