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Beneful Snackin' Slices wrap healthy ingredients in an appealing package.
October 20, 2010 5:21 pm | By Zootoo Editor Flinn D.
Beneful Snackin’ Slices by Purina are a tasty, oven-baked treat with a soft, savory center that your pet can enjoy guilt-free. Why no guilt? The treats are loaded with healthy ingredients. Made of protein-filled chicken meal, beef and corn meal, and deliciously flavored with cheese and peanut butter, the treats are a fun way to reward your pet.
Several qualities set Beneful Snackin’ Slices apart from other treat products for pets. Of these, the most striking are the fun shapes and interesting textures the treats have. When I first handed a treat to my dog, he thought it was a toy and played with it for a good five minutes before scarfing it down. The combination of the hard-baked outside and the soft, chewy center made it apparently delicious and satisfying.
Beneful Snackin’ Slices are also perfect for a weekend outing or a day trip. I use them as a way to coax my dog into the back seat of our car when he’s reluctant to leave the beach, or to reward him for obeying a command. The treats aren’t too filling, so my dog always has an appetite for his regular kibble after I let him indulge in one or two. And most importantly, the treats don’t wreak havoc on his digestive system like other, heavier snacks have done in the past.
With treats, in general, owners should remember not to give them to dogs too often unless feeding amounts are specified on the package. That same wisdom should be used when handing out Snackin’ Slices – I typically don’t give my dog more than two a day. Also, make sure your dog's water bowl is full to the brim so that he can wash down the hearty ingredients.
Pros: Dogs savor the delicious flavors and fun exterior; you can indulge him guilt-free because of the healthy ingredients.
Cons: The treat’s heartiness may be overwhelming to dogs at first. Make sure to have plenty of water on hand.
Reader's Reviews (13)
posted 4 years ago
My dog loves these and I am happy to give them to her. If I even get the bag out of the cabinet she goes nuts and will do anything I say. They don't smell overly meaty like some treats and actually seem to be good for her. Reasonable price and well loved, definately recommend these. The only drawback is the moist filling inside the shapes makes them hard to break into smaller pieces to use for extensive training, however, after tasting one of these my dog was nowhere near being stubborn.
Pros: Fun Shapes, High Demand
Cons: Hard to break into smaller pieces
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Great new treat in fun shapes & tastes
posted 5 years ago
When Petsmart had a grand opening these treats were on a very good sale so I bought a package to try. My Rat Terrier went really nuts over them and instead of giving her 2 or 3 little treats as I usually do, I could give her just one and it took her a little while to crunch it down and enjoy the chewy fillings.
The treats are shaped like the fillings, carrot or pea or apple for those filled with that treat and cheese and peanut butter flavor is in some.
I think they are a bit large for a training tidbit for small dogs, but larger ones would love it. These treats come in a re-sealable pack and do stay fresh. I returned to the store and bought 2 more bags.
Pros: nice texture, good size for large or small dogs
Cons: rather expensive for 11 oz
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