Snausages Paw Prints for Dogs: Product Review

My dog, Dusty, loves dog treats. He expects to get one every time he comes in from outside. Dusty will sit, lay down, or “shake” his paw just to get one. I received a coupon for a free package of Snausages Paw Prints Dog Treats in the mail. Dusty was out of treats so I went to the store and used my coupon. The Snausages Paw Prints Dog Treats come in a 10-ounce package. The suggested retail price is $2.99 but they were on sale for only $2. I purchased the dog treats and brought them home.

The Snausages Paw Prints Dog Treats come in a chicken flavor. They are in a limited edition package with Guinness World Records printed on each treat. There are no two packages alike and there are over 400 facts. That’s really cool. On the package, it states that 8 out of 10 pet owners read to their dogs. That’s an interesting fact. I’ve never read to Dusty. The Snausages Paw Prints package also listed the other dog treats in the Snausages line. They include the Snausages Breakfast Bites, Party Sack, Footballs, Snausages In a Blanket, and ShawSomes. The only other one that I’ve bought before is the Snausages In a Blanket. Dusty really liked those.

I opened the Snausages Paw Prints Dog Treats up and read some of the Guinness World Records printed on them. The facts were pretty interesting but I don’t know about reading them to your dog. The dog treats are big, so you might have to break them in half. I gave one to Dusty and he didn’t know whether he wanted to eat it or not. He carried it off in another room. A minute later, he came back in the kitchen wagging his tail. I gave him another one and he gobbled it down. Dusty liked them and gave his approval. I will definitely buy Snausages Paw Prints Dog Treats for him again. If your dog likes treats, buy some and see what you think.

The ingredients in the Snausages Paw Prints Dog Treats consist of soy flour, wheat flour, corn syrup, corn starch, chicken, water, propylene glycol, animal digest, calcium sulfate, bacon, soy protein concentrate, animal fat, dried cheese product, sugar, salt, potassium chloride, titanium dioxide, sorbic acid, phosphoric acid, natural smoke flavor, garlic powder, yellow 5, BHA, citric acid, red 40, yellow 6, and blue 2. The analysis of the dog treats are: crude protein 12.5 %, crude fat 7 %, crude fiber 3 %, and moisture 31 %.

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