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Power Bones®: Natural Treats for Active Dogs. Power Bones are like an energy bar for people, but for dogs. Designed for dogs who need a power boost during strenuous activity. The perfect dog treat for use during dog agility, canine flyball or while running, hiking or swimming with your dog. Simple and complex carbs for quick and sustained energy. Free of wheat, corn and soy. Made in the USA.
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Zuke's Power Bones are naturally flavored energy treats.

October 25, 2011 8:13 pm | By Zootoo Editor Flinn D.

Zuke’s Power Bones are bite-sized squares made with healthy and hearty ingredients that are meant to make your dog beg for more. Whether he will or not, of course, depends on how he feels about a Peanut Butter Formula (the formula that our tester dog was meant to try, although the treats also come in Chicken and Beef Formulas).

Since our reviewer pooch will turn up his snout (or lack thereof, since he’s a Frenchie) at peanut butter, I found an alternate tester who loves peanut butter, making him the perfect guinea pig (guinea dog?) to try out the flavor of these treats. I subsequently watched him scarf down the Zuke’s Power Bones heartily. Success? I think so.

Zuke’s Power Bones are designed to act as an “energy bar” for dogs, giving canines a boost of energy during an active afternoon at the dog run or a particularly lively training session. And a preliminary scan of its list of natural ingredients shows why. The treats feature ground oats and ground rice — in addition to malted barley to round out the grain department. For fruits and vegetables, Zuke’s Power Bones include apples, beets, potatoes, and carrots. No wheat, corn, or soy is on the menu — a good thing, because those ingredients are often unnecessary fillers for dogs. Brewers’ yeast, salt, and garlic powder fill out the list, and make this treat a bona fide smorgasbord of goodness for your pooch.

Pros: Natural ingredients; dogs love the taste.

Cons: None.

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Paradisedog
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Rating: 5

Great on the trail

posted 5 years ago

These power bones are great on the trail. When the humans stop to munch some trail mix or a granola bar, it's nice for the canines to have a little energy snack, too. We bring a bag along hiking, backpacking, and on all camping trips.

The resealable bag helps keep these treats fresh and easy to bring along. Nice ingredients and good flavor.

Pros: Yummy energy

Cons: Can be expensive

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Vivian L.
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Rating: 5

Healthy

posted 6 years ago

Nice that they come in different sizes. Good that they is a treat that is both tasty and nutrious.

Pros: nutrious

Cons: none known

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