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Q: Low Salt/Fat Dog Treats?

February 19, 2010 | By Zacharyy | 6 answers | Expired: 1700 days ago

Zacharyy

Can anyone give me a suggestion on a good natural dog treat that has little to no added salt, and low fat content?

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Josiesue02
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Feb 19, 2010

Cloud Star Buddy Biscuit Dog Treats
Made from Natural, healthy wholesome ingredients
Contains no corn, wheat, salt, surgar, soy, dairy, egg, or artificial flavors

I have an aunt who herself eats only natural foods and she came over one time and brought these for my dog. My dog loves them. They have all different flavors.

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Idaviruma
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Feb 19, 2010

I use sittin'pretty dried chicken jerky since theyre not from china, they also have beef sticks and fish sticks.
I recently bought 40 bags of these treats, even though theyre expired, this is more for freshness purposes and is still fine after 7 months past expiration date. My dog loves them and and since we go through tons of training treats, it comes in handy:
www.kingwholesale.com/shopping/ProductInfo.cfm?Item=24587

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Jillian
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Feb 19, 2010

boneless, skinless baked chicken. this is the absolute best treat i can think of. it's healthy, it gives them additional protein, and they absolutely love it. though throwing a piece of chicken into the oven takes a little more effort than snapping open a bag, it's still pretty simple and well worth the extra "work". no seasoning needed, dogs love their chicken.
you can throw half a chicken breast in every 3 or 4 days {b/c it shouldn't sit longer than that} and you won't break the bank doing it. in my experience, it's also been one of the cheapest treats.
you can also poach it to bulk it up, but it will taste better over baked.

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