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Etta Says! Freeze-dried Lamb Liver Treats
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Etta Says! Freeze-Dried Lamb Liver Treats deliver a flavorful protein snack.
October 25, 2011 7:47 pm | By Zootoo Editor Mary T.
Etta Says! Freeze-Dried Lamb Liver Treats are small, square pieces of lamb. In fact, that’s all they are, and that’s all your dog needs to know. Why? Because dogs love lamb, more than peanut butter or scrambled eggs or butter or any of the other things that canines supposedly can’t do without. Trust me, lamb is a big deal, at least for our tester pooch.
One of the drawbacks of lamb-based treats is that the meat is expensive — not just in human foods but in dog foods as well, and that’s where the Etta Says! Freeze-Dried Lamb Liver Treats pulls off an impressive coup. At a retail price of $8.99, a bag of Etta Says! Freeze-Dried Lamb Liver Treats is the cheapest lamb-based dog treat I’ve ever found.
Another good piece of news about Etta Says! Freeze-Dried Lamb Liver Treats is that unlike other lamb products, such as wet food that requires care when washing up afterwards, the easy-to-dispense, convenient treats can reward your dog with a protein-packed treat anytime.
A final bonus of the Etta Says! treats are their freeze-dried packaging, which really locks in the flavor while at the same time reducing the scent that’s released. This also means that as soon as your dog’s saliva touches the snack, it will soften quickly, making for easy chewing and digestion. My only issue with the Etta Says! treats is that I couldn’t find information on where the lamb comes from on their site or packaging. But this is a small drawback to an otherwise ideal treat that makes an excellent reward for a day out at the park or walking along the street practicing heeling.
Pros: Easy to chew, dogs love the lamb flavor.
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