Grreat Choice Puppy Biscuits

Grreat Choice™ Puppy Biscuits Dog Treats $2.50bunk Biscuits Grreat Choice Puppy Biscuits

Black pug puppy with Grreat Choice Biscuits

We have only a love-love relationship with these biscuits! They taste AWESOME and our puppy would die for one. There a couple of different ways in which you can use these treats.

First, they are great for doing the “leave-it” command. These biscuits are big so your puppy or dog can see them and smell them well enough to want them. As you are doing the command, if you see your puppy is not “leaving it” you can easily step on their treats to keep them from getting it without being afraid of having the treat crumble under your foot and onto your carpet.

Secondly, we can use these as the lure-bunk-to-crate biscuit and it works EVERY SINGLE TIME. He can’t resist them! They are over-baked to perfection, beautiful looking and delicious tasting. Whenever Bunk the pug sees us reach into the bag to get one, he starts drooling (yes, more than the usual drool). He runs after us to the crate and when we put it into the crate, he jump in to get it!

Finally, the best part about these treats is their PRICE POINT! You can get a bag full of these for $2.50 online or at PetSmart. We all know how expensive our canine friends can be. You can feed them Grreat Choice biscuits without having to break the bank!

Made for Puppies:

These biscuits were made especially for growing puppies. Great Choice also makes the same thing for Adult Dogs. I am glad that we got the pup ones for Bunk because it has complete and balanced nutrition for growing puppies. The biscuits are specially formulated with DHA to promote healthy brain and eye development. Finally, the treats clean your dog’s teeth and freshen his or her breath.

Ingredients:

Contains wheat flour, dried milk protein, soybean meal, meaand bone meal, wheat mill run, animal fat (preserved with mixed tocopherols), dried plain beet pulp, wheat germ, salt, salmon oil, (source of DHA), malted barley flour, choline chloride, vitamin E supplement, calcium pantothenate, vitamin A supplement, vitamin D3 supplement, niacin supplement, biotin, riboflavin supplement, menadione sodium bisulfate complex, vitamin B12 supplement, thiamine mononitrate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, folic acid, dicalcium phosphate, zinc sulfate, iron sulfate, copper sulfate, manganese sulfate, sodium selenite, calcium iodate, vegetable oil, lecithin, citric acid and rosemary extract

Guaranteed Analysis:

Crude Protein (min) 20.0%, Crude Fat (min) 9.0%, Crude Fiber (max) 4.0%, Moisture (max) 12.0%, Calcium (min) 1.0%, Calcium (max) 2.5%, Docosahexanoic Acid (DHA) (min) 500mg/kg

Duration of Use:

These puppy treats are available in 24-ounce bags. Bunk the pug has hard his bag for about 2 months now. Usually he gets one or two a day. These are pretty big biscuits to do treats with so it you want to use them for tricks or training, I suggest you break them up into little pieces. One biscuit should be broken up into about 3-4 pieces to use while training. If you give your pup one in the crate then he will be able to munch on it for about 2 minutes (unless he is greedy like Bunk the pug and tries to swallow it in 1 sec!).

You can buy these at PetSmart

Comments

  1. Laura says

    Please let us know where the products are actually manufactured?
    USA or where? and exactly where ?Thank you!

  2. says

    Here i am again looking through your blog……..These treats are no better for your dog them McD’s

    soy…wheat..Contains wheat flour, dried milk protein, soybean meal, meat and bone meal, wheat mill run, animal fat (preserved with mixed tocopherols), , wheat germ, salt, salmon oil, (source of DHA), malted barley flour,

    choline chloride………
    niacin supplement……..really????
    hydrochloride… corrosive to steel!!!!

    calcium pantothenate, , biotin, riboflavin supplement, menadione sodium bisulfate complex, vitamin B12 supplement, thiamine mononitrate, pyridoxine folic acid, dicalcium phosphate, zinc sulfate, iron sulfate, copper sulfate, manganese sulfate,

    sodium selenite, this is the 3rd salt listed but at least this one is not chlorinated!
    calcium iodate, vegetable oil, lecithin,

    citric acid

    ok this is good but is it free of GMO’s
    dried plain beet pulp
    what is in the supplement? vitamin E supplement,
    yes I like this one!
    extract & Vitamin A

    of course it does not have real meat in it at $2.50 per box just bi product…..

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