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Three Dog Bakery Beg-als Peanut Butter Dog Treats

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    Three Dog Bakery Beg-als Peanut Butter Dog Treat Features and Benefits:
    • All Natural.
    • No Added Salt.
    • No Artificial Flavors, Colors, or Preservatives.
    • Made in the USA.
    Leave your dog begging for more with Three Dog Bakery Oven Baked Beg-als All Natural Dog Treats. Theyre a great treat for your deserving pet containing no artificial fillers such as flavors, colors or preservatives. Oven baked with natural peanut butter, Three Dog Bakery Oven Baked Beg-als All Natural Dog Treats are great for rewarding your pet when theyre obedient or just because theyre an awesome pet!
    SKU: 16744

    Ingredients

    Wheat flour, peanut flour, peanut butter (peanuts), canola oil, molasses, whole egg, and a natural preservative (citric acid and natural tocopherols) to maintain freshness

    Analysis:

    12.0% Crude Protein 5.0% Crude Fat (min) 2.0% Crude Fiber 9.0% Moisture

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    like cardboard-no taste at all

    By Patty

    from Montross, VA

    About Me Long-time Pet Owner

    Pros

    • none

    Cons

    • Tastes Like Cardboard

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    Comments about Three Dog Bakery Beg-als Peanut Butter Dog Treats:

    My dog turned his nose up at this. They are very hard. Have a faint smell of peanut butter, but absolutely no taste at all.

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